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Dr. RiceWatkins featured in PetMD

Our very own Dr. Sheila RiceWatkins was heavily quoted as an expert resource in online magazine PetMD’s recent post about the 6 Best Frogs for Beginners. The slideshow article explains not only basic care for frogs but also describes the pros and cons of each variety highlighted. Dr. RiceWatkins has a long history of caring […]

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Mountain Living and Mountain Lions

With the daylight hours getting shorter and fawns getting bigger, mountain lions are seeking easier food sources—our unsupervised pets may be a target. Unbeknownst to their prey, during the dusk and dawn hours mountain lions are hunting. In order to keep your pets safe: Keep your pets close and prevent roaming. When they are outside […]

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Cold and Flu Season For Your Dog Too

You’re probably aware that dogs can get “cold” viruses and bacterial infections because it’s common practice to give them Bordetella vaccines, which help prevent these illnesses. But did you know that the chances of them catching one of these viruses is greater in some seasons, just like with people? With increases in boarding, daycare and […]

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Holiday Pet Safety Tips

You better watch out! There’s lots of fun to be had during the holidays, but also quite a few hazards for your pet. Here are a few safety tips to keep your pet jolly this season. Keep chocolate and sweets out of reach. The darker the chocolate, the more poisonous it is to your pets. […]

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