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Ask a Vet: How Often Do I Need to Take My Cat to the Veterinarian?

Veterinarian Catherine Lenox talks about why it's important to make regular visits to your cat's veterinarian. 

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Sticking To It: Why Treats Aren’t Good for Pets on Special Diets

If your pet is on a special diet, they need special treats too. Here’s why…

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The Rottweiler: A Watchful Guardian

Rottweilers may seem like they're all brawn, but they've got a lot of brains too. Learn more...

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Ask a Vet: Does My Pet Have Allergies?

Our pets can allergies just like us humans. Read on to learn the different signs and types of allergies. 

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Ask a Vet: Why Does My Puppy Have Diarrhea?

A new puppy can be challenging, especially when they develop diarrhea. Here's what causes it and some ways you can stop it.

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Ask a Vet: I Think My Dog Is Constipated—What Should I Do?

When your dog first becomes constipated it’s unclear how serious it is. Learn how you can help.

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Heartworm Prevention—Why Is It Important?

Is your pet on heartworm prevention medication? Catherine Lenox, DVM, CVA, DACVN, talks about why they should be. 

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Easing the Back to School Transition for Your Pet

Let’s face it. Changes to our routines are simply at odds with our pets’ preferences.

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The American Shorthair – Hunter-Cuddler Extraordinaire

These easygoing cats make great family companions. Read on to learn more...

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Hairballs in Cats

Ever wonder how to spot and minimize hairballs. Catherine Lenox, DVM, CVA, DACVN, will tell you how.

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The French Bulldog – The Loyal People Pleaser

What's the difference between a French Bulldog and an English Bulldog? It's not as obvious as you think...

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Holiday Weekend Hints: Enjoying Fourth of July with Your Pets

Having a barbecue this Independence Day? Here are some tips to help make it easier for your pets.

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