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  • Back To School Safety Tips

    Aug 03 2017

    Back to school is a time of transition for the whole family, as parents and children begin to adjust to a new routine. But as ASPCA reports, it’s also a…

  • A Touching Subject – Part One

    Aug 03 2017

    An animal’s instinctive response to touch is one of defensiveness. Mama dog, littermates, dog pals, and all the humans who touch your dog will help build the dog’s positive perceptions of touch.…

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    Are Your Pets Protected?

    Jul 21 2017

    Are your dogs protected?? How about your cats? Both are highly vulnerable if not protected. Give us a call to discuss the best prevention plan for your pet.

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    Prepare for July 4th

    Jun 26 2017

  • Treat Recall

    Jun 12 2017

    United Pet Group, a division of Spectrum Brands, Inc. is voluntarily recalling multiple brands of packages of rawhide dog chew products. The recall involves the brands: American Beefhide Digest-eeze Healthy…

  • CIV – Treatment and Prevention

    Jun 02 2017

    As with any disease caused by a virus, treatment is largely supportive. Good animal care practices and nutrition assist dogs in mounting an effective immune response. The course of treatment…

  • CIV – Transmissions and Risks

    Jun 02 2017

    The risk of any dog being exposed to the canine influenza virus depends on that dog’s lifestyle. Dogs that are frequently or regularly exposed to other dogs – for example…

  • What is CIV?

    Jun 01 2017

    Canine influenza (CI), or dog flu, is a highly contagious respiratory infection of dogs that is caused by an influenza A virus. In the U.S., canine influenza has been caused…

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    Memorial Day

    May 28 2017

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    Dr. Marrinson on Orlando Sentinel

    May 18 2017

    Dr. Marrinson and other animal professionals in the Central Florida area are talking about another effect of the drought and how it can impact your pets’ lives. Orlando Sentinel http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/os-flea-problem-central-florida-20170511-story.html