Pet Heat Awareness and Dog Heat Stroke Prevention

It’s always a good time to revisit the rules of pet heat safety and dog heat stroke prevention. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are more common in pets than you think, but they are also easily preventable with proper precautions. With summer just about in full swing, let’s go over some important reminders about protecting your companion from hot weather hazards, and help them stay cool and content this season! If you have any questions or concerns about heat safety and heat stroke in dogs, give us a call at . Tips to Protect Your Pet from the Heat Here
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A Guide to All the Wonderful Noises Cats Make in Holmdel, NJ

Cats are such wonderful creatures that require a lot of attention and love. These independent animals make lots of noises to communicate with us. Some of the wonderful noises they make though are similar. So, how do you figure out the meaning behind your feline friend’s noises? Read our Holmdel, NJ, animal hospital’s article below for all the cat sounds that may make your head turn and your eyebrow raise. The Most Common Cat Noises Purring The best sound and feeling is when your furry friend purrs loudly into your body. Usually, when cats purr, depending on their body language, they feel
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Symptoms and Treatment of Ear Mites in Dogs in Holmdel, NJ

What Are Dog Ear Mites? Dog ear mites’ scientific name is otodectes cynotis. These small creatures are arachnids and in the same family as spiders and ticks. They feed on the wax and secretions inside the ear canal and in turn bite the skin. The itching and scratching that follows can result in damage from self-trauma. Mites can be seen in dogs, cats, ferrets, and in foxes in the wild. It is important if you suspect your pet may have trouble with ear mites or if they are bothering their ears a lot, that they be evaluated by your veterinarian. Symptoms, How
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Why is My Cat “Making Biscuits”? More About Cat Kneading

Cats are curious and mysterious animals that show their affection and emotions through their physical reactions. Although some cats are more vocal than others, most cats use their paws, eyes, nose, and tail to communicate with their owners. Possibly the best feeling is when a cat jumps on your body and begins to ‘make biscuits’. Not only is it a delightful thing to see, but it brings me warmth as typically cats do this to show love and affection. What is the Purpose of Cats Kneading? Sadly, we don’t understand cats just yet, but from what experts have noticed, when
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