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Prep Your Pet for Dental Month

February 18, 2020 |

Being a pet owner is a rewarding experience. Cats and dogs give you unconditional love and support. In return, you take care of their health, like feeding them and bringing them to an animal hospital in Orlando if they’re sick. When it comes to maintaining their pet’s physical well-being, most owners tend to focus on…

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Understanding Your Pet’s Behavior

February 14, 2020 |

Dogs and cats both reign as the preferred pets in many households. They may share the title, but that doesn’t mean they share behaviors. It’s not uncommon for humans to feel a bit confused by their beloved pet’s behavior. Experts at the premier animal hospital in Jacksonville Beach share their tips on understanding why pets do the…

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Do Generic Flea Products Work?

February 11, 2020 |

Do Generic Flea Products Work?   As a pet owner, you’re all too familiar with how much a flea infestation causes a variety of problems for your dog or cat. These blood-sucking parasites aren’t just itchy; their bite leads to infections and severe illnesses as well. This can be a threat to your household without…

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Top Reasons Your Pet Itches

February 5, 2020 |

Top Reasons Your Pet Itches   It’s normal for your pet to scratch every now and then. But if your pet is constantly scratching themselves, chewing at an itch, or rubbing themselves against walls and furniture, there may be something more serious going on. Even if all that itching doesn’t really bother you, it’s important…

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Recognizing the Symptoms of Eye Infection in Cats

January 31, 2020 |

Recognizing the Symptoms of Eye Infection in Cats While people often wink at each other to show affection or camaraderie, if you notice that your cat seems to be winking, blinking, or squinting at you, it could be a sign that something’s wrong with one or both of their eyes. Cat eye infections are common…

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