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    Bad Dental Health Bites
  • Bad Dental Health Bites!

  • Chew on this: the majority of pets show some signs of dental disease by age three. And that’s no laughing matter. Over time, tooth decay, gingivitis, and plaque and tartar build-up can lead to heart, liver, and kidney problems, drastically impacting your best friend’s longevity and quality of life. In honor of National Dental Health Month, we wanted to offer you some advice for keeping your pet smiling for years to come. Did you know that good pet dental hygiene starts … read more

  • Are You the Proud (But Exhausted) Parent of New Puppy? We Can Help!
  • Are You the Proud (But Exhausted) Parent of New Puppy? We Can Help!

  • Congratulations on the new addition to your family! Taking care of a dog is a huge responsibility, but it’s also incredibly rewarding and we’re here to help you every step of the way and we’re here to partner with you in your pet’s health and well-being. Our medical team and professional staff have put together a puppy manual to ensure you have all the information you need to make the best decisions for your pet and get your little one … read more

  • Holiday Pet Food Drive
  • Holiday Pet Food Drive

  • We know this has been a challenging year for almost everyone—and pets are no exception. So, we hope you’ll open your heart and consider donating to our Holiday Pet Food Drive to benefit the Community Assistance Center (CAC) for Sandy Springs and Dunwoody. The CAC brings together the Sandy Springs and Dunwoody communities to provide compassionate assistance to neighbors in need by providing financial support, helping to meet basic needs and promoting self-reliance. We are proud to partner with this wonderful organization this … read more

  • Who IS That Masked Man??

  • Preparing Your Pets for Holiday Guests & More The holiday season may be a little different this year, but chances are you’ll be having more people in your home than you’ve had in a while. Even the most extroverted pet can become anxious or frightened by the sudden arrival of new people, and especially if they’re wearing masks. Here are a few tips to keep your pet safe and happy this holiday: Try wearing a mask at home from time … read more

  • Don’t Let Your Dog Go Viral!

  • Over the past few years you’ve probably heard about the continuing outbreaks of canine influenza (CIV) throughout the country. It’s a highly contagious virus and so far this year, 46 states including Georgia have confirmed cases of the disease. When infected, dogs experience fever, coughing, sneezing and a general unwell feeling. In elderly dogs and those with compromised immune systems, CIV can lead to secondary infections and even death. There are two highly contagious strains of the virus—H3N2 and H3N8—and no dog … read more

  • On Their Own Again

  • If you’re headed back to work after staying home for COVID-19 precautions, your dog may have some trouble adjusting. After spending long periods of time together, being on their own may be difficult for some pets. Watch for signs of stress and anxiety and try these tips to help them adjust to being alone again: Exercise. With less time for long walks with you, your pup may appreciate doggie daycare or visits from a dog walker to provide stimulation while … read more

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