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A Healthier Pet

A Healthier Pet, a Stronger Bond, and More Money in Your Pocket: The Benefits of Preventive Medicine The average person will have vaccines as a

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Quills

There are many myths regarding the best way to remove porcupine quills from dogs. Here are some facts. MYTH: It is best to cut the

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Dog Flu

We have received several calls recently from worried clients who are concerned about the current outbreak of Canine Influenza (dog flu) in the Midwest. We

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Pet First Aid

Emergency First Aid Information We get a lot of owners asking what they should have on hand in case of an emergency. Here are some

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Microchips Work!

Why did I microchip my pets? One of the worst feelings in the world is realizing that one of your four legged family members is

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Troubled by Ticks

Of all the pet parasites, ticks are the one that seems to bother people the most. Tick populations are rising, and the number of diseases

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Nutrition

My name is Marisa. I am an LVT and have been for more than 6 years. Nutrition was never something I thought I would gravitate to

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How is Cancer Treated?

Comprehensive cancer treatments can involve staging of the cancer, surgical removal of the primary tumor, and chemotherapy treatments, as well as addressing pain control, nutrition,

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New Rodenticide Dangers

Adverse effects in pets are causing people, especially veterinarians, to reconsider the 2008 EPA regulation, which allows for the well-intentioned use of a new rodenticide

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Breeding Your Dog

Preparing for Breeding The decision about breeding your dog starts when you first obtain the dog as a puppy. Since there are some advantages to spaying or

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Holiday Pet Safety

The holidays are a busy time of year! Gift-wrapping, decorating, cooking, friends and family gatherings are enough to keep us more than preoccupied! Through all

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Adopting a Shelter Pet

Why adopt from a shelter? Each year, approximately 5 to 7 million animals enter a shelter in the United States. It is impossible to determine

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Hiking With Your Dog

Lots of owners ask us about hiking and hiking safety with their dogs so here are some tips. Hikes are great exercise for dogs because

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2012 Bark For Life

On Saturday, June 9th, Greater Bangor Bark for Life will be having a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. Bark for Life is a

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Matters of the Heart

Valentine’s Day 2012– A Note from Dr. Cloutier When it comes to matters of the heart, emotions can run high. When it comes to a

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Saying Goodbye

By Krista It’s not a pleasant thing to think about, the death of a pet.  Most of us acquire pets either by way of puppy or kittenhood,

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