Three Easy Steps to Clean Your Dog’s Ears

Regular ear cleanings are essential for managing chronic, allergic-based inflammation and decreasing repeated infections. If your dog’s ears have odor, discharge, pain, redness or these signs reappear shortly after cleaning contact us for an appointment. For some dogs, it may be necessary to have someone hold him/her to free both of your hands for the cleaning.  We…
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Is Your Pet Ready For The Summer?

  If your pet spends time in the great outdoors, you may not give much thought to who shares that space with them but you should. Wild animals; such as deer, coyotes, skunks, bats, squirrels, and raccoons,  can pose a serious threat as they can carry a variety of diseases that can be transmitted to pets and people.   Listed…
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Heartworm Prevention for Dogs and Cats

What are heartworms? Heartworms can cause a serious disease and can sometimes be fatal in both dogs AND cats.  The good news is its 100% preventable. These are worm-like parasites that live within the heart and lungs.  They are transmitted to our pets by mosquitos. In the south east it is recommended to prevent heartworms…
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Laser Therapy at AWC

What is laser therapy? Laser therapy is a non-invasive technique used for certain disease processes (IVDD, arthritis, etc.), post-surgery, and/or injury.  Laser therapy uses a form of light energy to help relieve pain through the release of endorphins and stimulates injured cells to heal at a faster rate. In some cases, laser therapy may reduce a…
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Pet Pictures with Santa

Have you heard about our pet pictures with Santa event this Saturday Nov. 5th? We’re putting on a Holiday fundraiser to benefit both Campus Cats and Pup & Cat Co.! Photo’s will be taken by a professional photographer in exchange for a donation of pet supplies (food, kitty litter, toys, treats, carriers, etc.) or a monetary…
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Keep Your Furry Friends Safe this Howl-O-Ween!

Imagine how scary Halloween would be if you didn’t know what was going on or why. Scary noises, flashing lights, and spooky costumes can make for a terrible night if you’re a dog or a cat on Halloween. Here’s a few tips to help alleviate their anxiety and ensure their safety throughout the festivities. Keep…
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