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October 31, 2018
Rabies is a dangerous but preventable infection. Learn more about the importance of the rabies vaccines and contact our vet office in Waldwick.​​​​​​​
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September 30, 2018
Animals have many instinctive behaviors, and for many house pets, some of which stem back to before they became domesticated. For felines, scratching is virtually as normal as breathing – a primal urge that is not a behavior that your cat even thinks about. It is just something that she does. However, if your furbaby is scratching in the wrong places – such as your furniture or your carpets, then it can be a very frustrating and undesirable habit. ​​​​​​​
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August 20, 2018
Most people have heard of Lyme disease, yet a surprisingly small number of pet owners realize that their precious furbaby can be affected by the condition too. While it is not particularly common, it can be fatal to those animals that do contract the disease unless treatment is sought as soon as possible. ​​​​​​​
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July 19, 2018
Unless you actively see adequate protection, parasite problems often go hand in hand with pet ownership. Parasites tend to fall into two categories: internal parasites which live inside your pet’s body, and external parasites which live on the skin on their host. Fleas and ticks are two of the most common external parasites that affect animals living in the United States. ​​​​​​​
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June 19, 2018
Most of use some form of transport on a daily basis, be it a car, bus, train, tram or something else entirely. While we may be used to travelling, for the majority of our pets, being transported between locations is a relatively rare occurrence. For this reason, it can be an event that can cause them great stress, anxiety and in some cases, even panic. Cats in particular are known for detesting travelling, and for this reason should stay at home unless it is absolutely necessary, such as a visit to your veterinarian. Nevertheless, sometimes it just isn’t possible to leave your pet at home. Travelling does come with some degree of risk, particularly if you are taking an animal on your journey. Therefore, it is essential that you do everything that you can to keep both your pet and the humans in your vehicle as safe as possible. ​​​​​​​
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