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 The effects of the novel coronavirus are all around us - social distance, self-quarantine, shelter-in-place - are all impacting daily life. There are some important things to know about pet care in this difficult time. COVID 19 has been shown to be highly infectious in people....

Cats as you know, are relatively quiet animals. Unlike your dog that may be overexcited and getting into everyone’s business, you’re less likely to worry about what your cat get’s into. But accidents do happen. Being prepared for any sudden illness and/or injury is half...

Like humans, cats don’t sneeze continuously without a reason. Most of the time it isn’t anything to worry about but if it persists, there might be an underlying health condition. Contact your veterinarian if symptoms are prolonged or worsening. For now, we are here...

The recent dog influenza epidemic has dog owners concerned everywhere. A chat with a vet will tell you what signs to look out for and any next steps. According to recent reports, dog influenza is spreading in the US. Experts have confirmed the flu is real,...