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How Do I Know If My Pet Has Internal Parasites?

  Your pet can pick up an internal parasite (roundworms, tapeworms, etc.) from multiple different sources including ingesting parasite eggs in contaminated water, food, feces, soil or another infested animal such as birds, mice and fleas.

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Q & A: Tick Edition

Question: What type of infection does Lyme disease cause (viral, bacterial, protozoal)?

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Can My Pet Get Worms from Other Pets?

This is an excellent question, and the answer is yes! All parasites including fleas, ticks, worms, and mites can be transferred from one pet to another.

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Does My Pet Have External Parasites?

Parasites are defined as organisms that live in or on another body, referred to as the host, and gain an advantage at the expense of the host. An external parasite attacks the host by either sucking their blood or feeding on their skin. Most common external parasites are fleas, ticks, lice and different types of […]

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All About Ear Mites

Ear mites are tiny microscopic parasites that live and feed inside the ear canal of cats, dogs, rabbits, and other animals. To the naked eye, the mite itself may be undetectable, but what is most noticeable is the dark, crumbly black discharge found inside your pet’s ear. This discharge often resembles coffee grounds and is […]

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Importance of a Urinalysis

A Urinalysis (urine analysis) is often run by your veterinarian when your pet is displaying signs of a urinary tract infection (UTI).

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