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    Further Rabies cases diagnosed

    The rabies outbreak in raccoons has continued to spread since the first case was diagnosed in December 2015. To protect your family, make sure your pets are vaccinated against this fatal disease.

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    What do we recommend as safe chew toys for your dog?

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    Which Canine Vector-Borne Diseases Are In My Area?

    Which Canine Vector-Borne Diseases Are In My Area? click here for more information. Its closer than you think!!

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    We don’t deserve to be in pain!

    Sick or injured wild animals are highly vulnerable to predators so they hide their pain. Domesticated pets and farm animals have inherited this same instinct. Signs of pain in animals are very subtle and hard to recognize. Click here for more information.

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    Cats and Veterinary Visits

    Regular visits to the veterinarian are important for preventive health care. However, car travel can be stressful. Click here for some tips.

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