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Grooming Tips for Your Cat

Grooming Tips for Your Cat                Cats are relatively self-sufficient pets and they keep themselves pretty clean, but cats do require some grooming from time Read More

Kidney Disease in Cats

Kidney Disease in Cats                Kidney disease is one of the more common illnesses we see in cats, especially as they age. In fact, roughly Read More

Chew This, Not That: Safe Chew Toys for Dogs

Chew This, Not That: Safe Chew Toys for Dogs                Chewing is a natural and healthy instinct for dogs. But some items are not safe Read More

Water Safety for Pets

Pool and Water Safety for Your Pet                Hot weather has arrived in York County and that means pools will soon be opening and people Read More

Mosquito Myths: Five Myths About Mosquitos and Heartworm Disease in Pets

Mosquito Myths: Five Myths About Mosquitos and Heartworm Disease in Pets                Warm, humid weather has arrived and so soon will those annoying mosquitos.  Mosquitos Read More

Diarrhea: When Does Your Pet Need to See the Vet?

Diarrhea: When Does Your Pet Need to See the Vet?                Diarrhea is one of the most common reasons that pets visit the vet.  Diarrhea Read More

What to Do if You Find a Rabbit's Nest

What to Do if you Find a Rabbit’s Nest Spring means bunnies are everywhere!  The Eastern Cottontail is the main species in Pennsylvania.  Wild rabbits begin nesting mid-March through August or Read More

May is Lyme Disease Prevention Month

May is Lyme Disease Prevention Month The arrival of spring and warmer weather means ticks are more active. York county has an extremely high prevalence of Lyme in both people and Read More

Safety Tips for Traveling with Pets

Safety Tips for Traveling with Pets With travel restrictions lifted and warmer weather on the horizon, many of us are starting to travel again.  While many people leave their pets at Read More

National Pet ID Week

National Pet ID Week             This week marks National Pet ID Week. Nearly ten million pets go missing in the United States each year and more Read More

Is Heartworm Disease a Threat to my Pet?

Is Heartworm Disease Really a Threat to My Pet?                Heartworm disease is a potentially deadly disease which is spread by mosquitoes. Dogs are the Read More

Resistant Hookworm Infection in Dogs

Resistant Hookworm Infection in Dogs                Hookworms are common parasites in the intestinal tract of dogs and cats. Hookworms attach to the lining of the Read More

Pet Poison Prevention Week

Help! My Pet Ate Something Toxic!                March 20-26 is National Pet Poison Prevention Week. Swallowing a toxic substance is one of the most common Read More

Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis                Leptospirosis is a serious disease caused by several serovars (strains or variations) of spirochete bacteria.  Leptospirosis cases have been increasing in the United Read More

Emergency Preparedness Plans for Pets

Emergency Preparedness Plans for Pets                Due to the Russian war against Ukraine, we have received a few questions from clients about keeping pets safe Read More

Do Coyotes, Fox or Birds of Prey Pose a Risk to Pets?

Do Coyotes, Fox or Birds of Prey Pose a Risk to Pets?                We’ve all heard horror stories of small pets being carried off by Read More

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