• Chemicals and Your Pet

    OOOhhhh, I don’t want to use chemicals around my pets! We hear that a lot around here. We’d like to address this. First, what is a chemical?  Technically, everything you eat, drink, or wear is a chemical.  We tend to...

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  • Nailed It! Nail Care for your Pets

    NAILED IT! Nail Care for your Pets is Important! Why it matters:  [caption id="attachment_974" align="alignright" width="269"] Guide to proper nail trim for pets[/caption] There is a reason performance-oriented veterinarians and others stress nail care and nail trimming.  Cat’s nails should...

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  • Christmas Gift Ideas for your Pets

    [caption id="attachment_962" align="alignright" width="300"] This is a sampling of gifts and goodies your pet might enjoy[/caption] Most of the below are available at our office!  Those that are not will have an “*”. Honest Kitchen sample cups: If you’re wondering...

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  • How to Housebreak Your Puppy in 10 Easy Steps

    How to Housebreak Your Puppy (or problematic adult dog!) in 10 Easy Steps OK, kidding about the 10 easy steps. I’m just going to give you advice on how to go about it, and not count the steps.  Surface Preference...

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  • Preparing Your Pet for a Visit to the Vet

    Preparations are Key! Many of you may have seen books written for children to help prepare them for a visit to a dentist, doctor, or hospital.  Teaching children what to expect helps make them more comfortable with new settings and...

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  • Breed Specific Health Concerns in Dogs and Cats

                                 Is YOUR pet at risk? Did you know that certain breeds are more susceptible to certain health problems?  These are called Breed -Specific Health concerns. We...

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  • Doc Sandi’s Dog Training Primer

    Doc Sandi’s Dog Training Primer When puppies come in for their initial checkups and puppy shots, we like to talk to their family about how training is coming and offer some advice if they are having specific issues.  Dr Leonard...

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  • Updated Information on DCM  (Dilated Cardiomyopathy) and Grain-Free diets

    In an earlier newsletter, I discussed the recent concern about connections between certain diets, mainly promoted as Grain-Free, and a heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy where the heart muscle becomes flabby and enlarged.  In some discussion groups, comments border on...

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  • Raw and Homemade Diets for Pets: How to Do it Right

    Is Raw Right for my Pet? Raw diets for pets are very trendy right now, and it’s not unusual for many online sources to implicate that they are the healthiest way to feed all pets.  But is this true?  In...

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  • My Pet Doesn’t Need Chiropractic….

    Have you heard about chiropractic for animals, and said to yourself “Well, that sounds cool, but my pet doesn’t need chiropractic. They move just fine”? Well, guess what?  If your pet has a spine, it CAN benefit from chiropractic.  In...

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