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9 Spring-Time Pet Hazards

Posted by cgoodwin , 11 April 2017 · 126 views

After a long winter, we’re sure that you’re ready to get outside with your dog. While we couldn’t agree more, don’t overlook these 9 hazards of the season.

1. Ticks and Tick-borne Disease
Ticks are more than just creepy; they can spread a number of different diseases that affect both pets and people: Lyme disease , ehrlichiosis , Rocky Mountain spotte...


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The Top 10 Signs Your Dog May Be Sick (and What You Can Do About It)

Posted by cgoodwin , 21 March 2017 · 253 views

As is the case with people, a dog’s health changes with age. Unfortunately, our pets age much faster than we do.

Symptoms
Regardless of your dog’s age, you play a key role in helping her combat illness and remain as healthy as possible. Remember, your dog cannot describe symptoms to you, but she can show you signs of disease. Awareness of the signs of...


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Why You Won’t See Your Dog's Heartworm Symptoms, Until it’s Advanced

Posted by cgoodwin , 02 March 2017 · 75 views

Heartworm disease is caused by a mosquito transmitted parasite . If left untreated, it can be a debilitating disease and sometimes prove fatal. Pets infected with heartworms can be found in all states, in spite of the fact that very effective heartworm prevention products are available. The good news is that I’ve noticed more and more pet parents are won...


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Valentine's Day with Pets: 12 Ways To Show Your Pet Some Love

Posted by cgoodwin , 13 February 2017 · 260 views

We're looking at 12 unique ways to show your pet some love this Valentine's Day!

1. Make a Sweet Treat
Everyone knows that Valentine's Day is in February, but what you may not have known is that National Dog Biscuit Day is in February as well! Make your dog a special treat by following this easy recipe for Beef and Bacon Pupcakes .

And don't forget ab...


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Five Great Ways to Challenge Your Dog’s Mind

Posted by cgoodwin , 24 January 2017 · 245 views

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Proper exercise for dogs is important to their overall physical and mental wellbeing, but often “mental exercise” is given short shrift when looking at fulfilling a dog’s needs. Dogs that are bored and that have little mental and environmental...


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Ticks, Dogs and "Winter" Weather: The Danger is Still Here

Posted by cgoodwin , 13 January 2017 · 167 views

Did you know that ticks are not just a spring and summer problem?

You might be surprised to learn that ticks can be found year round, and not just in warmer climates. A 2010 study from the Journal of Clinical Investigation showed that some infected ticks have actually developed a type of anti-freeze glycoprotein to survive the cold. Unfortunately, t...


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11 New Year's Resolutions From Your Pet

Posted by cgoodwin , 03 January 2017 · 136 views

New Year's resolution #1: Make new friends. Adopt.
The best and most important lesson I've learned from my pets is that it doesn't matter what someone's background is to find amazing, life-long friends.
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New Year's resolution #2: Say you're sorry.
Pets are masters at getting into trouble...


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Thanksgiving Holiday Dangers to Avoid

Posted by cgoodwin , 08 November 2016 · 540 views

Thanksgiving Holiday Dangers to Avoid Ah, Thanksgiving , a joyous holiday when friends and family join us for football, lounging and all-day tryptophan-filled turkey tasting. The smell of cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie and turkey all baking in the oven slowly filter through the house, driving you — and your dog — slowly mad. With all of this temptation, it’s tough not to get distracted, but...


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Does Your Pet Have Fleas?

Posted by cgoodwin , 25 October 2016 · 334 views

Does Your Pet Have Fleas? Does your dog have fleas?
If you’ve answered “yes”, your dog may qualify for FREE treatment!

Coral Springs Animal Hospital is currently participating in a clinical study which is designed to evaluate efficacy and safety of a new combination product in the treatment and control of fleas in dogs.
Households with 1 to 3 dogs are eligible to particip...


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Lead Specialist Veterinary Surgeon (Small Animal Surgery).

Posted by cgoodwin , 24 August 2016 · 343 views

Lead Specialist Veterinary Surgeon (Small Animal Surgery).

Diagnose, treat, and provide specialty medical and/or surgical treatment of small animal patients. Oversee implementation of protocols and procedures related to advanced techniques in veterinary surgery. Ph.D. in VMS-Veterinary Clinical Medicine required. Florida Veterinarian license required....






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