Is Your Dog Fit For The Workplace?

Studies have shown that having pets in the workplace can boost happiness, productivity, and engagement. And, more companies than ever before are choosing to allow their employees to bring pets to work more often. But just because an employer allows it,...

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Heartworm Disease In Dogs: What You Should Know

Heartworm disease is a potentially fatal infection caused by heartworms, a type of roundworm that lives in the heart, lungs, and surrounding blood vessels of affected animals. Although it can be successfully treated, a heartworm infection can cause...

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Protecting Your Pets From Parasites

We're here to keep your pet protected from illness, and prepare you for when the weird stuff happens in your pet's life!We want your pet to have a long, healthy life. For that to be possible, it’s important to take their health seriously and work closely with our...

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We’re Here 24/7 For Your Pet’s Summer Emergencies

Summer is almost here, and that means more outside time with your animals! Of course, more outside time means more accidents can happen, and it's important to be ready for it!When things go wrong after hours, it’s good to know where to go. Animal Medical Center of...

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Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth

One of the best weapons in the fight against pet periodontal disease is actually a very simple tool: a toothbrush.Some pet owners giggle, groan or roll their eyes when their veterinarian tells them they should be brushing their pets' teeth. The idea of sticking a...

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Disease Prevention for Your Pet

When we hear "disease" in our pets, we often think of the ones that surprise us and were uncontrollable. Today, though, we want to focus on some of the ones that are preventable because we know that your pet's health is a priority, and that preventing a disease is...

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4 Ways to Keep Your Pet at a Healthy Weight

While a “healthy weight” is something people understand, more than half of dogs and cats are overweight. Overweight and obese pets are at increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, orthopedic disease, and more. Here are four ways to keep...

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Household Toxins All Pet Owners Need to Know

March is Poison Prevention Month, and we want to help you keep your pet healthy. If you own a pet, you will want to know about these common household items that could prove to be fatal for your pet:Drugs. Have a headache? Take a Tylenol. But if your pet accidentally...

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December Newsletter

Here's what's going on at Animal Medical Center... It’s time for our Annual Christmas Pet Photo Contest! This is our favorite contest of the year and this year is no disappointment! You still have time to enter your pet! We are accepting entries till Sunday, December...

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November Newsletter

Introducing Animal Medical Center’s Monthly Newsletter! We hope to deliver monthly education articles, events, and announcements to keep you updated on what’s going on at Animal Medical Center! Stock up on your pet’s favorite Hill’s Pet Food! We are having a Truck...

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