List/Grid Monthly Archives: March 2012

Strongsville Veterinarian Recommends Routine Pet Dental Care

Strongsville Veterinarian Recommends Routine Pet Dental Care

STRONGSVILLE, OH, Mar 29, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Crossroads Animal Hospital in Strongsville, OH is recommending routine dental care for pets. The animal hospital provides annual dental checkups, professional cleanings, oral surgery and emergency extractions. The hospital utilizes digital x-rays for diagnosing oral disease and dental conditions, such as chipped or cracked teeth, impacted teeth and tooth decay. According to veterinarian Dr. Jeff Peacock, the majority of dogs aged three years and older suffer from periodontal disease. Without proper treatment, this preventable condition can lead to serious internal health complications. Dr. Peacock is urging pet owners in the Strongsville, Middleburg Heights, North Royalton and Berea communities to ensure that their pets receive proper dental and wellness care.

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Milwakee Brewer Nyjer Morgan helps pets

Milwakee Brewer Nyjer Morgan helps pets

Nyjer Morgan describes himself as an "alpha-male silverback gorilla."

But recently he admitted to having developed a soft side, humorously cautioning fans to not let anybody know.

This revelation came in a video the Brewers outfielder made for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, encouraging fans to adopt pets from animal shelters.

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Plastic Easter Grass: A Danger to Pets

Plastic Easter Grass: A Danger to Pets

With Easter just around the corner, have you started shopping for items to fill your child’s Easter basket? If so, this is a good time to remind those with pets in the home to be careful when using the popular plastic Easter “grass” to fill that basket. Like Christmas tinsel, pets are not able to digest these plastic strands, and it can bunch up in your pet’s digestive tract causing intestinal blockages which may require surgery.  Strands of the grass can actually get wrapped around the base of your pet’s tongue causing injury. While plastic Easter grass can be a hazard to dogs or cats, it is especially enticing to cats that are drawn to play with the strands.

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San Antonio | Pets dress up for Fiesta Fido event

San Antonio | Pets dress up for Fiesta Fido event

It's mostly for fun, but also for a good cause. Dogs and owners competed for honors at the Fiesta Fidos and Fashion event at North Star Mall on Sunday, benefiting the San Antonio Humane Society. Eleven dogs and their owners were vying for Best Dressed Fiesta Fido, and the 2012 El Rey Fido and his court were informally presented. The 10th annual El Rey Fido Coronation is set for 10 a.m. on April 14 at the Grand Hyatt. The event is free and open to the public. Fiesta returns April 19-29.

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Veterinarian | Pet Microchip Essential for Finding Lost Pets

Veterinarian | Pet Microchip Essential for Finding Lost Pets

 

Jefferson Animal Hospital is raising awareness about the importance of pet microchipping. According to the veterinary clinic, approximately 1 out of every 3 pets will go missing at some point in their lives. Of these missing pets, 90% will never be reunited with their owners because of the pet's lack of proper identification. The Baton Rouge veterinary clinic provides the HomeAgain microchip for pets. The procedure requires no anesthesia or post-operative care, and costs approximately $45, which includes a one-time fee for lifetime inclusion in the HomeAgain database.

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Today is National Puppy Day 2012 | Time to Celebrate

Today is National Puppy Day 2012 | Time to Celebrate

National Puppy Day is a special day, recognized on March 23rd annually, to celebrate the magic and unconditional love that puppies bring to our lives. But more importantly, it's a day to help save orphaned puppies across the globe and educate the public about the horrors of puppy mills, as well as further our mission for a nation of puppy-free pet stores.

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Healthy pets, healthy people

Healthy pets, healthy people

When patients are diagnosed with infectious diseases, it’s common for doctors to ask questions about their lifestyles and recent travel to help identify points of potential exposure. Included in the investigation is an inquiry into whether the patient is a pet owner.

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Allergies in pets | Finding the cause and easing the pain

Allergies in pets | Finding the cause and easing the pain

Dogs, cats and other pets can suffer allergies that show up as itchy skin, runny eyes, ear infections, sneezing, snoring, upset stomach and inflamed paws. Here's a look at some of the allergens

By SUE MANNING

The Associated Press

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