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Our team of Veterinarians and Vet Techs answer the most common questions asked by Pet Owners.

Why Is My Dog Shaking? When Shake Rattle and Roll Is Not Good

Do you sometimes look at your furry friend and wonder: Why is my dog shivering? Just like with us humans, dogs can shiver and shake. Sometimes it’s just from pure excitement, being cold or maybe something more malignant is going on. So how do you know what it is, and when should you give your …

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Can Dogs eat Tomatoes? Your question answered

Dogs are supposed to eat dog food, right? RIGHT! Of course, we can’t always control what falls on the floor. Now we are in no way, shape, or form encouraging feeding dogs table food. In fact, they should stick to dog food or a diet formulated by a veterinary nutritionist.  However, in today’s world, we …

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How Do You Know If Your Dog Needs to Have His Anal Glands Expressed?

How Do You Know If Your Dog Needs to Have His Anal Glands Expressed? Have you ever noticed your dog scooting across the carpet on his but? Or a weird smell coming from your furry friend? Of course, there can be many reasons, but one of the most common causes are blocked anal glands. This …

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Why Do Dogs Eat Poop and How to Deal With Coprophagia?

There is no doubt that dogs make our lives happier and show us unconditional love every single day. Nonetheless, sometimes they may give us a stomach-churning sensation when they exhibit certain habits. Just think about the time you found Fido rolling on a torn bag full of garbage after you spent hours bathing him! In …

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How Do Vaccines Work?

Vaccines play an important role in preventive healthcare for humans and pets.  According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, vaccines are “products designed to trigger protective immune responses and prepare the immune system to fight future infections from disease-causing agents. “ A vaccine schedule is one of the first things your vet may walk you …

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