Creative Ways to Exercise Your Dog
With the seasons changing, the weather will be warming up soon. That means it's a great time to start exercising your dog and helping him or her shed those winter pounds.Check out these creative ways to play...
Have you entered our raffle? Come down to the clinic and buy one whole year of heartworm prevention Heartgard for a chance to win an Apple iPad Mini!
We will announce the winner on December 23rd
Pay attention to what your cat eats this holiday season.
The holidays are approaching, which means you're probably busy with decorations and gifts. However, presents mean wrapping paper and ribbon which, if ingested, can cause your pet a world of hurt! Find out what to do to keep your cat from eating something weird, and know what to do if he or she does...
What our clients have to say:
"I have been there many times with either my pet Ginger or Tobey and I had a great experience with the people there they are very proffesional in what they are doing I am glad I found this please the office personnel are fantastic including Doctors."
- Manuel V.
"Dr.Pousa is very professional and caring. He has always given my dogs the individual attention even when his office is busy- allowing me to ask questions, get second opinions and he's provided extra care after surgical procedures.Pricing is competive"
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- Maura M.
Holiday Weight Gain and Healthy Pet Recipes
This time of year, we're all susceptible to packing on a bit of holiday weight. But did you know that pets are just as apt to tip the scales during the holidays as we are? It's true. In fact, the average dog receives 500 extra calories on Thanksgiving alone (more than twice the requirements for a 20-pound dog) and cats are offered an additional 200 calories.
The problem? Overeating pets can end up with diabetes, arthritis, gastroenteritis, and more. Find out how to keep your pet from overindulging and check out some healthy holiday pet recipies...
This time of year means football, crisp air, colorful foliage and even, depending on where you live, maybe even a little bit of snow. It's a great time to get outside with your pet; for a dog, there's nothing like a romp in the leaves, while for cats, midday sunbeams have never felt better as the days get shorter and the nights get colder.
When it comes to keeping your pet healthy and helping him enjoy fall to the fullest, there are some things to keep in mind. Read all of our top fall pet tips...
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Can your pet fool someone this Halloween?
Send us your pets Halloween picture through email and we will post it on our Facebook wall.
~ Make sure to hit the "LIKE" button on our page! ~
The picture with the most LIKES will receive a $25 Visa Gift Card!
Send an email to: email@example.com
Tell your friends to:
-> like our page!
-> like your picture to increase your chances of winning!
*Pet must be a client in our clinic to participate*
Aging pets need a special kind of love
As with people, it's not unusual for older pets to develop behavioral problems. While it's easy to blame these behavior changes on age alone, they can also indicate underlying medical problems. Make sure your elder pet visits your veterinarian as recommended, and that you watch for any noticeable changes in your senior pet's behavior. Learn what to watch for...
An overview of canine cancer warning signs
Did you know that cancer is the number one killer in dogs in the United States?
The good news is, there are several signs you can watch for, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Veterinary Cancer Society. Even if the condition turns out not to be cancer, you may be able to detect another medical condition that needs veterinary attention. Also, it is critical to remember that a pet can be very sick "inside", without showing any of the signs "outside" which is why regular veterinary checkups are recommended.
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It's tick season.
As the weather gets warmer, our pets spend more time outside. However, more time in the great outdoors can mean a higher likelihood that your pet will run into some pretty icky critters, like ticks.
Besides being creepy, ticks can spread a number of dangerous diseases such as Lyme disease and anaplasmosis. Luckily, the old adage "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" holds true. The best way to prevent tick-borne illness is to prevent it in the first place. Read more about ticks, tick-borne diseases, and prevention...
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Historic stem cell surgery at Paradise Animal Clinic
Courtesy of the Miami Herald: Brando wheeled his way through the Hialeah shopping plaza parking Wednesday morning, barely able to muster more than a weak "woof."
The muscles around his lungs are paralyzed, the result of a skin infection that spread to a disc in his back. The infection also led to nearly 80 percent of Brando's leg muscles to atrophy, making him paralyzed from the middle of his back down.
But doctors are hoping that will all change, after an innovative two-part stem cell surgery performed Wednesday at Paradise Animal Clinic in Hialeah. It's the first time the combination therapy has been performed in Florida.
Read more here . . . .
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