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  • Keeping Pets Warm in the Winter
    Brrrr, it’s still January and it’s COLD!  As you decide to take a walk outside with your pet and put on that warm winter coat, perhaps even a scarf, a Read more
  • Keeping Pets Warm in the Winter
    Brrrr, it’s still January and it’s COLD!  As you decide to take a walk outside with your pet and put on that warm winter coat, perhaps even a scarf, a Read more
  • Pets And The Holiday Season
    Holidays can be stressful not only for you, yet for your pet as well. Imagine, you’re running around the house hanging some last minute holiday decorations, preparing for a party Read more
  • Pets And The Holiday Season
    Holidays can be stressful not only for you, yet for your pet as well. Imagine, you’re running around the house hanging some last minute holiday decorations, preparing for a party Read more
  • Pets and Cancer: Part II
    In Part I of our Pets and Cancer blog, we provided proactive measures you can take to reduce the risk of chronic illnesses like cancer in your pets. Although being Read more
  • Pets and Cancer: Part II
    In Part I of our Pets and Cancer blog, we provided proactive measures you can take to reduce the risk of chronic illnesses like cancer in your pets. Although being Read more
  • Pets and Cancer: Part I
           November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month!According to the Animal Cancer Foundation, there are 65 million dogs and 32 million cats in the United States. Of these, there are Read more
  • Pets and Cancer: Part I
           November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month!According to the Animal Cancer Foundation, there are 65 million dogs and 32 million cats in the United States. Of these, there are Read more
  • Halloween Pet Safety Tips
    Top Ten Pet Safety Tips for Halloween1.  Keep your animals indoors on Halloween to protect them from any trouble that stirs up. There have been reports of pet theft and Read more
  • Halloween Pet Safety Tips
    Top Ten Pet Safety Tips for Halloween1.  Keep your animals indoors on Halloween to protect them from any trouble that stirs up. There have been reports of pet theft and Read more
  • The Pet Obesity Epidemic
    A recent survey shows that 54% of our nation’s pets are overweight. Pet obesity is frequently in the news. You may have seen the recent story about Obie, the dachshund Read more
  • The Pet Obesity Epidemic
    A recent survey shows that 54% of our nation’s pets are overweight. Pet obesity is frequently in the news. You may have seen the recent story about Obie, the dachshund Read more
  • Gracies Story
    Gracie is a rescue Cocker Spaniel who comes to Holistic Veterinary Care with her foster mom for rehab therapy. A wonderful rescue organization called Camp Cocker Rescue is sponsoring her Read more
  • Gracies Story
    Gracie is a rescue Cocker Spaniel who comes to Holistic Veterinary Care with her foster mom for rehab therapy. A wonderful rescue organization called Camp Cocker Rescue is sponsoring her Read more
  • 5 Things You Might Not Know About Acupuncture
    Early animal acupuncture1.   Acupuncture is believed to have originated in China some 5,000 years ago. In China’s Stone Age, sharp stones were used as the earliest needles. Japan and Korea developed Read more
  • 5 Things You Might Not Know About Acupuncture
    Early animal acupuncture1.   Acupuncture is believed to have originated in China some 5,000 years ago. In China’s Stone Age, sharp stones were used as the earliest needles. Japan and Korea developed Read more

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