There’s a tick boom in Michigan-5 things you should know

tick boom  

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Accreditation with The American Animal Hospital Association: The Standard of Veterinary Excellence

History/Mission Established in 1933 by leaders in the veterinary profession, AAHA is the only companion animal exclusive veterinary association. AAHA is well known for its high standards in veterinary medicine and quality pet care, and promotes those standards within the veterinary profession and to the public. The Association develops industry benchmarks, business practice standards (known…

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Preventing obesity in pets

 

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Learn the health benefits of having a furry friend

copy and paste the address: http://pets.webmd.com/ss/slideshow-pets-improve-your-health

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How We Diagnose Skin and Tissue Tumors in Pets

Tumors of the skin and subcutaneous (tissue just underneath the skin) are the most common tumors affecting dogs and the second most common tumors affecting cats. There are a wide variety of tumors that can occur within the skin, and it is very important to remember that not every skin tumor is cancerous. In fact,…

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Dog Bite Prevention Week 2013

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Dog Bite Prevention Week

 

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Why breed-specific legislation is not the answer

Imagine you were told you weren’t allowed to live somewhere or do something because had a specific “look” about you that some people didn’t like. Or maybe you look like someone who did something bad, even though you haven’t done anything bad yourself. Imagine someone who’s never met you decides that you’re a bad person…

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Vaccines: Protecting your Pets, from The American Veterinary Medical Association

Watch this informative video on why vaccines are important, and how your veterinarian will help you decide which ones your pet needs.  

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Veterinary health costs compared to human health costs!

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