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Flea and Tick Q&A- Pets WebMd

Dog Ticks and Fleas Q&A WebMD veterinary experts answer commonly asked questions about fleas and ticks on your dog. By Sandy Eckstein WebMD Pet Health Feature Reviewed by Elizabeth A. Martinez, DVM  Although there are more than 2,200 kinds of fleas, it

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Can Pets Boost Social Skills for Kids With Autism? – WebMD

Owning a pet may play a role in social skills development for some children with autism, a new study suggests. The findings are among the first to investigate possible links between pets and social skills in kids with an autism spectrum

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Is Halloween Scary for Pets? -Pet WebMD


I can assure you that the most frightening part of the spooky holiday is not the masks, the creepy music or the fake spiderwebs. The scariest part of Halloween for pets might be what’s inside the trick-or-treat bag or an

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Non-Traditional Vet Care- Galveston Monthly, Jan 2015

Dana Ridenour still gets a bit emotional about the Christmas gift she received in 2013: time to enjoy with her dog, Sammy. The Boston terrier was being treated for an immune disorder. Ridenour credits the non-traditional treatment he received from

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Hot Weather Tips- Pets WebMd


We all love spending the long, sunny days of summer outdoors with our furry companions, but being overeager in hot weather can spell danger, warn ASPCA experts. “Even the healthiest pets can suffer from dehydration, heat stroke and sunburn if overexposed to

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World AIDS Day 2012: Getting to Zero for Cats, Too! – Pets WebMD

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The World Health Organization marks December 1st as World AIDS Day. For 2012, the chosen theme is “Getting to Zero.” World AIDS Day remembers those who have died from this terrible disease and educates those at risk of contracting it.

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