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Fact Versus Fiction: Unveiling Pet Nutrition Myths

To keep your furry pal in tip-top shape, you naturally want to provide them with the best. From treats and toys to wellness care and nutrition, sourcing the highest quality products and services can make a world of difference to your pet’s health and happiness.  When you search for the top, healthy-pet products, you can [...]

Pet-Safe Spoiling: A Guide to Safe Holiday Treats for Your Pet

The holiday season is a time of giving, and you naturally want to be generous with all your family and friends, four-legged ones included. While human family members may hope for a perfect pair of earrings or the latest technological tool, your pet has food gifts in mind. Tossing your pet scraps from your holiday [...]

7 Thanksgiving Pet Dangers to Avoid This Year

If you’re planning to overindulge at Thanksgiving this year, you aren’t alone. Most people eat a bit too much on this holiday in celebration of gratitude and family. While this is OK for humans, eating too many goodies can be dangerous for pets in a number of ways. The Parker Center Animal Clinic team wants [...]

Pet Birthday Party Do’s and Don’ts

Your pet is a beloved family member, so why not celebrate their birthday in style? Throwing a birthday party for your pet is a great way to mark another year spent with your furry pal by your side, but you should take precautions to ensure your pet enjoys the event and that everyone involved stays [...]

6 Must-Know Facts About Giardia in Dogs

Giardia is a microscopic parasite that causes large-scale discomfort for infected dogs, and can also affect humans. The Parker Center Animal Clinic team offers this guide for you to learn six giardia facts that every dog owner should know.  #1: Giardia is a protozoan parasite that causes intestinal infection in pets and people Giardia are [...]

10 Tips to Protect Your Child Around Pets

Pets make excellent companions for children, and when a child grows up with a pet, their mental and physical health thrive. However, when pets and children interact, issues can arise that may put your youngster at risk. Our Parker Center Animal Clinic team knows how important pets can be in a child’s life, and we [...]

6 Tips To Help Pets Cope With July Fourth Stress

With July Fourth celebrations approaching, you may be worrying about your pet. Loud fireworks and crowded gatherings can be stressful for pets, causing anxiety and fear. Fortunately, you can minimize your pet’s stress. Our Parker Center Animal Clinic team shares six tips to help keep your pet calm and safe during July Fourth fireworks and [...]

How to Help Your Itchy Pet

All pets occasionally lick or scratch their skin, but incessant itch-relief behaviors can indicate an underlying skin problem. Constant licking, chewing, scratching, or rubbing at the skin indicate that your pet is itchy and they should be checked out by the Parker Center Animal Clinic team. Here is an overview of what you should do [...]

7 Common Heartworm Disease Myths

Many misconceptions float around about all aspects of pet health, from nutrition and behavior, to anesthesia and dentistry. Heartworm disease is commonly plagued with a great deal of misinformation, but correct knowledge is protection for your pet. So, our Parker Center Animal Clinic team dispels common heartworm disease myths and unravels fiction from fact. Myth: [...]

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