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You were a wild one even as a tiny kitten. Sneaking you into college housing and moving to an apartment to avoid having to rehome you. I always giggle thinking about how much you loved playing fetch and catching toy mice. You grew into a handsome, regal cat but you never lost that funny wild side. You were the first pet I had as an […]Continue Reading...
What is Valley Fever? Valley Fever is caused by a fungus that lives in the desert soil in the southwestern United States. The scientific name for Valley fever is “coccidioidomycosis,” but it’s also sometimes called “San Joaquin Valley fever” or “desert rheumatism.” As part of its life cycle, the fungus grows in the soil and dries turning into strands of cells that are inhaled. Once […]Continue Reading...
What are pet seizures? A seizure is an episode of abnormal electrical activity in the brain, that can cause twitching, shaking, and collapse. The “pre-ictal” stage of a seizure is the time shortly before a seizure occurs, and is usually when your pet may seem restless or nervous. You may also notice your pet start to drool or cry. The “ictal” stage is when your […]Continue Reading...
FDA Investigation On June 27th, 2019, the FDA posted an update on their ongoing investigation on the correlation between grain free dog foods and canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). DCM is a type of canine heart disease (CHD) that affects the heart muscle, many times resulting in congestive heart failure (CHF). Over 90 percent of food reported in DCM cases were eating grain free food, and […]Continue Reading...
When you leave your dog at home, does he spend his alone time chewing up things, peeing on the carpet, destroying your home, or bark endlessly? If so, these may be key signs that he is having some separating anxiety. Overcoming disorders like separation anxiety takes time, patience and consistency, but it can be done! Just take the following steps, and you’re already on your […]Continue Reading...
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