Tag Archives: Century Veterinary Group

Training Your Pets Not to Get on the Furniture

Pets and furniture don’t always mix, and pet owners have many reasons they may not want their furry family members to make themselves comfortable on a recliner, sofa or chair. Not only can pets cause stains and odors on furniture, … Continue reading

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Nutrition Matters: Communicating the Value of Nutrition in Pet Health

We know you accomplish a lot during that short office visit and try to use that time as efficiently and effectively as possible. But is something missing? Regular nutritional assessment and counseling can be a vital link in the chain … Continue reading

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How my Dog’s Food Impacts His Energy

A dog’s activity level is greatly impacted by his weight. Sadly, 53 percent of dogs in the United States are overweight or obese, making this the number one nutritional disease affecting our dogs today. We also know that three out … Continue reading

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Is Your Dog Stressed?

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Pet Surgery Preparation:

The days leading up to pet surgery can be stressful for both you and your pet, but there are steps you can take to prepare your pet and ensure the very best outcome. The main idea is to keep your pet calm and as … Continue reading

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Fat or Fit?

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5 Common Household Poisons

Chocolate and Other Human Foods As a general rule, do not feed your pets any human foods unless a veterinarian approves the food. Many foods, like chocolate, raw onions and garlic, grapes and raisins, and sugarless foods containing Xylitol can … Continue reading

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