10 Tips for Improving Your Pet’s Dental Health

Home oral hygiene can make a tremendous difference in your dog’s comfort and health.  There are several home care oral hygiene options from which to choose, but keep in mind that anything you can do to help prevent plaque and tartar accumulation will pay big...

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Electrochemotherapy Vs. Radiation Therapy

In some cases, complete removal of a tumor is not possible due to the location or because of a locally aggressive growth pattern. Incompletely removed tumors can regrow and radiation is often recommended following surgery to prevent this from occurring. While...

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October Pet of the Month: Noid

Hello! My name is Noid! My favorite things include snacks, kittens, and burying my toys in the backyard. (The lawnmower always finds them for me!) When I first came home, I feared everything; fire hydrants, thunderstorms, and even my own toys. Of course, that’s how I...

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Remmy’s Story

Name: Remmy (Rembrandt) Age: 5 Weight: 70lbs Gender: Male/Unaltered Color: Red/White About a month ago, I got a call from a friend that he found a pit bull in the middle of his pecan farm that had been attacked. He told me that the dog just showed up and wouldn’t...

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Help Your Pet Relax During Santa Fe Fireworks Shows

We want your pet to have a nice, relaxing July 4th holiday with your family, and something it takes a little extra work from the human family member to make that happen. Santa Fe sure can get loud when fireworks are going off, and it can cause serious stress and...

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