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Protecting Your Pet With Pet Insurance

If you have ever owned a pet, you probably know that giving your pet the proper care he or she deserves can become expensive over time, even for a healthy pet. If your pet has health complications or if you have multiple pets, the cost of care can quickly rise if you are on a budget.

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The Importance of Microchipping Your Pet

You may have heard of people microchipping their pets, but have you microchipped your own? According to recent studies, over 10 million cats and dogs in the U.S. are reported lost or stolen every year. One in three pets will get lost during their lifetime, and 9 out of 10 don’t return home. Should your pet become lost, it is crucial that he have proper identification to increase the chances of him being returned to you.

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Asthma in Pets

Can your pet have asthma? Yes! Just like us, our furry companions can develop asthma. Though more common in cats than dogs, pets can suffer from asthma attacks, too. Though there is no cure for asthma, we do have successful treatment and management therapies to ensure your pet lives a happy and healthy life.

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July 4th Pet Safety

As Independence Day quickly approaches, we know many of us are excited for the celebrations this weekend. As you prepare for your 4th of July festivities, it is important to consider your pet as well! Whether you are spending the day with your family at home or practicing social distancing at the beach, there are special precautions you should take to ensure your pet’s safety this holiday. We’ve put together some helpful tips to help you keep your pet safe this July 4th!

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Snoring in Pets

Does your pet snore? Is it less of a gentle cat purr or a deep exhale from Fido during a daytime nap and more of an audible snore similar to that of a human being? Though more common in dogs than cats, snoring in pets can be normal. However, some cases of snoring can indicate a more serious medical condition. Here’s what you should know.

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Spring Pet Care

Did you know that May is National Pet Month? Similar to National Pet Day in April, the month of May is dedicated to loving and protecting our pets! This celebration comes just in time as those April showers have brought in May flowers, and springtime is the perfect opportunity to enjoy the outdoors with your pet. However, before you embark on your adventures in the great outdoors into the great outdoors, be sure to take your pets into account with these potential springtime hazards.

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Zoonotic Diseases

Animals provide many benefits to human civilization. Many people interact with animals in their daily lives, both at home and away from home. Animals can provide food, livelihood, travel, sport, companionship, and education to people across the globe. We can also come in contact with animals in urban and rural settings, during travel, visiting animal exhibits, or while enjoying the outdoors. However, animals can also spread harmful germs to people and cause illnesses known as zoonotic diseases, or zoonoses. These diseases can range from producing mild symptoms to more severe and even cause death in some instances.

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What is Bloat GDV?

Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV) is a rapidly progressive life-threatening condition that affects millions of dogs every year. In the beginning, the stomach fills with gas, food, foam, or air, causing the stomach to bloat, causing a gastric dilatation or enlargement.

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Cleaning Your Pet’s Ears

A regular grooming routine is a must for our animal companions. Besides keeping your pet looking and feeling the best way possible, grooming your pet regularly allows you to get familiar with his or her body so that should anything out of the ordinary be noticed, you can seek help immediately without wondering if your pet was always this way. It also provides you with a great human-animal bonding experience.

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A Happier, Healthier Year For You and Your Pet

During this time of year, many of us set new goals and perspectives for the year ahead. As you make your New Year’s resolutions, consider your pet as well! Here are some great ideas to promote a happier and healthier year for you and your animal companions.

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