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Important Pet Care Tips

-Spay and neuter your pets-they’ll live a longer, healthier life!
-Have your pets microchipped.
-Keep updated tags on your pet at ALL times.
-Always have your pet on a leash.
-If your dog pulls when walking, consider a gentle leader or a harness which gives more control.
-Never assume that your dog will not bite another dog or a person, not every dog gets along with other dogs and not... Continue Here.


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Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is a disease of the tooth supporting structures (Bone, gingiva, and periodontal ligament). It is the number one diagnosed problem in animal patients today. Eighty percent of dogs and seventy percent of cats have some degree of periodontal disease by the age of 2. This occurs when bacteria form on the teeth in a substance called plaque, which makes it’s way under the gumline where the bacteri... Continue Here.


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What Is An Animal Trust
And Why Every Animal Owner Should Have One

A pet trust is a legal document that allows the creator to name a person (or rescue) to take care of their pet(s), after the creators death, or incapacity, without the need for a court order.  It is not a Power of Attorney, because a Power of Attorney is terminated upon death. 
If you love your pet(s) and want to make sure they are cared for after yo... Continue Here.

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