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Dogs and lyme disease - wooded areas

Lyme disease and dogs

Spring is in the air, and that means more outdoor time with our canine friends! Unfortunately, that can also mean more potential exposure to ticks. Tick bites can transmit the spiral-shaped bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi. It is this bacterial infection that…

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Common Pet Poison List

Every 3rd week in March has been dedicated to Poison Prevention Week in order to build awareness about the many different poisonous items that can be harmful to pets. A good proportion of these dangerous items can be found in…

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Microchip your pet - Glen Oak Dog&Cat Hospital

Should I Microchip My Pet?

Benefits of microchipping your pet The primary benefit of using a microchip is that if an animal is lost or stolen, they can be identified and  traced back to an owner when they are recovered, and in the care of…

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