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Pet Safety in the Event of a Natural Disaster

Pet Safety in the Event of a Natural Disaster

2005 left the city of New Orleans in ruins after the destructive power of Hurrican Katrina forced many of the residents to flee for safety and leave their homes and their pets behind. Countless animals were left stranded in locked closets, under debris, and clinging...
Increased Leptospirosis Risk Due to Flooding

Increased Leptospirosis Risk Due to Flooding

Charleston is known for its beautiful beaches, the diversity in food, and after Hurricane Hugo; its flooding issues. Being on the peninsula and under sea level, Charleston is more prone to being impacted by the effects of heavy storms. With the water having nowhere to...
The Warning Signs of Lyme Disease in Pets

The Warning Signs of Lyme Disease in Pets

Being outside is one of the best activities for pets and their owners, but there may be harm lurking in the grasses. Lyme disease is a bacterial illness that pets contract via tick attachment. Most of the time the ones that cause this disease are deer ticks. This...
Pet-Friendly Spring Cleaning

Pet-Friendly Spring Cleaning

The time for spring cleaning is here and for pet-owners, this can sometimes be a daunting task. Maintaining cleanliness in spaces often bombarded with pet dander, hair, and the ever-looming threat of fleas and ticks is no easy task. Here are some of the most...
Pet Poison Prevention Guide

Pet Poison Prevention Guide

In honor of National Pet Poison Prevention Week, it is important to know the signs of animal poisoning as well as the causes. Here are four common plants and food items that pet owners should avoid to prevent pet poison. We’ll cover some health concerns and vet trip...

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