Spring…4 Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe

By April 17, 2020 0 Comments

Every season comes with potential hazards for dogs and cats. We would like to share some information to help keep your pets safe. Heartworm Disease – It only takes one mosquito bite to cause heartworm disease, and we are finding that the heartworm risk is always there—even in the winter. In many places like Granville…

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Bronx Zoo Cats Gets COVID-19 – What Does this Mean to Your Cats?

By April 7, 2020 0 Comments

There are reports this past weekend about a tiger that tested positive to COVID-19 after being exposed to an infected person at the Bronx Zoo in New York. This was released by The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Veterinary Services Laboratories on April 5th. Several lions and tigers were showing respiratory signs of…

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Sprayed by a Skunk – How to Clean Up Your Dog

By March 25, 2020 0 Comments

It is skunk season. Mating season for skunks is generally in February and March and the young are born in the spring. The gestation is about 2 months and they have about 4 -6 babies in a litter. With mating season and the new skunks – it is a good time for some dogs to…

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) – What You Need to Know About You & Your Dog and Cats

By March 14, 2020 0 Comments

The Cornoavirus epidemic is a very fluid and quickly evolving problem. We have received questions from some of our clients and will try to address some of your concerns below. Please keep in mind that new information is available almost daily. I’ll include links to sites with trusted information below. A common question is –…

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What Do You Do if You Find a Baby Bird?

By March 8, 2020 0 Comments

If you find a baby bird that has feathers, it’s eyes are open and it is able to move away from you – The best thing to do is leave it alone! The parents will find it and continue to take care of it wherever it is. Baby birds do not leave the nest knowing…

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