Prevention

Dog digging through the "junk" draw Dog Toxins & Poisons
Are Batteries Poisonous for Dogs?
Do you know what to do if your dog swallows a battery? Learn what a battery can do and how to protect your dog.
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Disaster Preparedness for Pets Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
Disaster Preparedness for Pets

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Cats Get Parasites Too Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Cats Get Parasites Too
Are you a proud cat parent? Don't forget that kitties need protection against many of the same parasites as dogs. Get the facts on parasite screening and prevention to keep your cat safe with the resources below, then learn more about other parasites that affect dogs at Beware the Bug.
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Don't forget dental care Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
5 Surprising Ways to Protect Your Pet
We’re taking a look at 5 pet protection tips that may be easy to forget. Tell us: Do you have any tips?
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Should You Breed Your Dog? Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
Should You Breed Your Dog?
Breeding on a whim is dangerous. Find out why you shouldn't.
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The Top 5 States for Pet Obesity A Pet's Life
The Top 5 States for Pet Obesity
Find out why the state you live in may play a factor in why your cat or dog is obese and what you can do about it.
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10 Essential Pet Health Tips for the New Year Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
10 Essential Pet Health Tips for the New Year
Resolve to keep your pets happy and healthy by following these tips.
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A Pet's Life
11 New Year's Resolutions From Your Pet
We're going through eleven of our favorite pet-inspired New Year's resolutions!
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A Veterinarian’s Top 5 New Year’s Resolution Recommendations! A Vet's Life
A Veterinarian’s Top 5 New Year’s Resolution Recommendations

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Flea and Tick Insecticide Poisoning in Cats Cat Checkups & Preventive Care
Flea and Tick Insecticide Poisoning in Cats
One of the most commonly presenting emergencies I see is accidental poisoning of cats by their well-intentioned pet owners. They often put “small dog” flea medication onto their “big cat,” without appropriately consulting with their veterinarian or reading the label carefully, resulting in severe poisoning in cats.
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