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  • Allergy Friendly Dogs - Best Dogs for Allergy

    So are you looking for allergy friendly dogs? If you or one of your family members is allergic to dogs or has asthma, finding a breed that is safe for allergies is the best way to go. You know how many different dog breeds are out there, and the good news is, some of them are totally allergy friendly and safe for allergic people. So by choosing one of these breeds, you can rest assured your new[...]

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    Help! My Puppy Won’t Stop Biting Me And It’s Starting To Hurt!

    Dogs are not born with soft mouths, but they can learn to bite softly if taught properly, which means plenty of information and communication from you and from other dogs. Interacting with other dogs is critical to teaching your puppy bite inhibition.  When two dogs play together and one bites too hard, the other one cries and runs away.  This behavior helps to teach the biter to play-bite [...]

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    Cat bathing is Necessary for Cats

    There are a lot of experts out there who say that cats are strictly independent animals.  These very same experts state that cats have chosen to associate with humans due to their strategy of survival.  Although many argue with this statement, there are many who agree as well – although those that agree are normally those in the percentile who don’t agree with cats. There are a lot of [...]

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    Spring Fleas Already a Problem?

    Unless you have been hibernating this winter, you have noticed the warmer air trends as compared to even a year ago. People can be seen whistling along the sidewalks and beginning outdoor projects in their yards. Along with those wonderful springtime scents though, are pesky fleas. Given the right environment, fleas can hatch their eggs every 9-12 days. Since the weather has been on the warmer [...]

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    Other vet clinics have limited open hours during the work week, but Noble West is different. We know working families need flexibility, so we offer weekend appointments on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 5:00 p.m., as well as being open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. We also offer easy online appointments, so you can schedule your time according to[...]

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    Here is some information about microchipping that may help to ease some of your concerns and answer some of your questions so you won’t need to worry about your pet ever being misidentified.  If you have a pet that likes to wander and run off at every given opportunity, then you should consider our Microchipping service before your pet gets lost for good. This is especially [...]

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    Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets. It is caused by foot-long worms (heartworms) that live in the heart, lungs and associated blood vessels of affected pets, causing severe lung disease, heart failure and damage to other organs in the body. Heartworm disease affects dogs, cats and ferrets, but heartworms also live in other mammal species, including wolves, [...]

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    We all use to be guilty of it. Admit it. We have given our cat table scraps from our plate. You love your cat. Showing that you love him/her is usually by giving into what they want. When your cat is begging for a piece of turkey or any other goodie on your plate you do what all animal lovers do you give in and let your cat have what they want. The only problem with doing that is you may be [...]

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    If your dog shows red, swollen or weepy eyes, this needs to be checked out by a veterinarian immediately as they are signs that a problem exists. These symptoms can mean an allergy or conjunctivitis. They can also signal an injury of some sort to the dog’s eyes. Whatever the problem is, your dog should be seen by a vet to diagnose and treat the problem before it gets worse. The [...]

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    If your cat has an upcoming surgery, there may be a sense of uneasiness within you. That is perfectly natural. Whether the surgery is an elective spay or neuter, non-elective and needed to remove or biopsy foreign tissues, or emergency as a result of a serious accident, there are many things that you can do to help ensure a safe recovery. Pre-Op There will be differences, obviously, between [...]

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