When traveling with your dog or cat within the United States, there may be animal health requirements specific for that destination. As soon as you determine your travel details, contact your veterinarian at All Pets and we can assist with the pet travel process. The following are what you need to travel in the U.S. with your dog or cat.
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The holidays are upon us! Who doesn’t crave a piece of chocolate now and then? Unfortunately, the ingestion of chocolate for pets can have serious side effects for them. We will answer the common question, “Why is chocolate toxic to dogs and cats?”, as well as discuss signs, treatment and prevention options for chocolate poisoning in pets.
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Caring for primates requires a lot of effort and patience. The Capuchin is a little primate that you often see in movies and television. It is famous for its small size and mischievous nature. Therefore, we will discuss how to care for Capuchin monkeys.
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The Shiba Inu is a compact, agile and strong breed that serves as an excellent watchdog or for those looking for an active outdoors type of dog. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is ideal for you and your family.
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August is Itchy Pet Awareness Month. A common question we get asked is, “Why does my dog scratch so much?” We will answer this question, as well as provide a few tips on how to prevent your dog from scratching so much.
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The Papillon is a quick, curious dog of singular beauty and upbeat athleticism. Those who fancy this breed describe him as happy, alert and friendly. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is ideal for you and your family.
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September is National Senior Pet Wellness Month. As our pets age, their healthcare needs change. They become more susceptible to certain health issues. The risk of disease increases with age and has the potential to worsen within a matter of weeks. Therefore, we have put together a guide for senior pet wellness.
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is National Pet Fire Safety Day. When preparing for unexpected fire emergencies, pets need consideration as well. Therefore, we have put together a few pet fire safety tips.
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The Cocker Spaniel will gladly go hunting for birds or hang around the house. This breed is easy to train, gentle and playful, and loves splashing around in the water. We will discuss this breed to help you determine if it is ideal for you and your family.
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Caring for primates requires a lot of effort and patience. Marmosets are quick and can live up to 20 years. Therefore, we will discuss how to care for Marmosets.
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