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Canine Influenza Has Arrived in North Carolina

Canine Influenza, also known as the Dog Flu, is now present in our state of North Carolina.  A recent outbreak at dog shows in Florida and Georgi...
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Puppy’s First Grooming

Puppy’s First Grooming

by Lori Henderson

Grooming isn’t just about maintaining your dog’s level of cleanliness, nor is it just about keeping your dog looking good. Grooming is about maintaining both your dog’s physical health as well as her appearance.

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4th of July - Fun for Us, Scary for Pets!

4th of July - Fun for Us, Scary for Pets!

Most of us have pleasant feelings about the 4th of July. Not only is it a celebration of our country’s independence, but a chance for a long weekend filled with cookouts, friends and family, and fireworks. Our pets may not share the same excitement for this holiday, though.

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Acupuncture for Pets

Acupuncture for Pets
What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an age-old healing practice of traditional Chinese medicine in which thin needles are placed in specific points in the body.   It is a potential alternative to pain medications.  Acupuncture is considered a “complementary” medicine that can be used along with other veterinary treatments.

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Just Say No to Hot Dogs This Summer

Just Say No to Hot Dogs This Summer
No, we’re not talking about that favorite American grill food. The topic today is heat stroke, which is a really serious problem for dogs in our climate this time of year.

Heat stroke is when the body overheats, which can lead to damage to vital internal organs like the liver, kidneys, and even the brain. Body temperatures can range between 104 and 108 degrees. Heat stroke is treatable if addressed very early, but is often fatal. The key is recognizing the symptoms and acting quickly if you see any of the signs discussed below.

First of all, there are some dogs which are more prone to overheating. Brachycephalic (short-nosed) breeds like Bulldogs, Pugs, and Shih Tzus have a more difficult time regulating their body heat. Overweight dogs may also be more sensitive to temperature changes, as well.

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