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Are you one of those pet owners that can’t resist those big beautiful dog eyes so you slip a little treat in your pet’s mouth?  Well, what you are feeding Fido or Fifi might actually be dog poisoning. Some of the foods we treat our dog with are just seriously dangerous.  Many types of foods you might already be aware of, and others may not be so easy to detect to pet owners.

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Ticks are both miserable for your pet and for your household. They can be hard to deal with if the problem isn’t dealt with immediately. But what is a tick, exactly? They are technically classified in the spider family. They are egg laying creatures that feast on the blood of its host; unfortunately this may be your beloved dog. Because cats are constantly grooming and picking off any and all bugs, they do not tend to have a tick on long enough for it to become an issue. Ticks are known to carry a long list of diseases, including Lyme Disease, Ehrlichiosis, and Anaplasmosis. Without treatment, these diseases can lead to the death of your dog. Your dog can get ticks from simply being outside or in contact with another animal that has them. A major source of ticks comes from mulch.  The good news is preventive medications work very well. It is important to get your preventative medications through a top Florida veterinarian hospital, like DPC Veterinarian Hospital located in Davie, Fl. Buying products from your trusted veterinarian guarantees the quality of your tick prevention products.

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Parvo is a very contagious viral illness that affects unvaccinated puppies and dogs. Unvaccinated dogs are at high risk of picking up the highly contagious virus by coming in contact with feces from an infected dog. Contact with infected dog feces can occur while taking your dog for a walk or going to the park. It is even possible for the owner to unknowingly bring the Parvo virus into their home on their shoes. Puppies may be exposed to the virus if they have been adopted from breeding kennels or shelters. They can also become infected by direct contact with an infected dog.

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