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                                     NOVEMBER FESTIVITIES

    The holiday season will soon be upon us. This is a good time to take some simple

preventive measures to help assure that everyone has an enjoyable time. If your dog

or cat hasn’t had a thorough physical exam including vaccinations, this is a good time

for it. All pets should be current on their vaccinations and pets older than  3 yrs. should

 have an annual metabolic profile performed. A dental exam would also catch any

excessive tartar on the teeth or gum disease, which can cause them to lose their teeth

 or result in damage to the heart, liver and kidneys. Gum infections and bad teeth can

 harbor infectious bacteria that can be transmitted to you if you are licked in the face,

scratched or bitten by them. This is especially true for people with compromised

immune systems. Both dogs and cats can transmit MRSA bacteria if they have contact

with an individual that has this disease.

   November chill is in the air, but fleas and ticks are still looking for a host. Continue to

use your flea and tick preventive as well as heartworm medicine. If you plan to travel to

your feast and place your pet in a boarding facility then make sure that they or up to

date on their vaccinations including Kennel cough and Canine Flu. We have seen cases

of both diseases recently.

   Enjoy your Thanksgiving feast and make sure that your pet gets its own feast and

 doesn’t share your meal with you. Many foods in a Thanksgiving spread can cause

 digestive problems and some can produce nervous system and kidney issues 





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