• Nov 03 2016

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    National Pet Diabetes Month

    November is National Pet Diabetes Month. Diabetes is a condition that affects both cats and dogs, as well as humans.  Diabetes in animals is very similar to diabetes in humans. However, when it comes…

  • Oct 27 2016

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    Halloween Safety for Pets

    Halloween is celebrated in various countries around the world on October 31st. It is usually a night to dress up in costumes, where children go door to door “Trick or Treating” for candy. It is…

  • Oct 20 2016

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    National Veterinary Technician Week

    This week is National Vet Tech Week. Veterinary technicians, also referred to as veterinary nurses in the UK and Australia, play an integral role in veterinary hospitals and animal care.  Without…

  • Oct 13 2016

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    October is Adopt-A-Dog Month

    The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has been in existence for almost two hundred years now and is known universally as an organization devoted to helping animals worldwide. A large…

  • Oct 06 2016

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    Pet Obesity Awareness

    October is Pet Obesity Awareness Month. Overweight and obese pets have become a large issue in the veterinary industry over the past years and continue to be a growing concern all over the world. The…

  • Sep 29 2016

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    Natural Disaster Preparedness Month

    We see them on the news frequently: tornados, earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, fires, blizzards, and more. They might even have affected your life in a scary and meaningful way.  Natural disasters…

  • Sep 22 2016

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    World Rabies Day

    September 28th 2016 is World Rabies Day. It was launched in 2007 to raise awareness about the impact of the disease on human and animal health. Rabies is probably a disease that you’re familiar…