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Have you ever known a cat who likes to swim?

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Lawn Fertilizer Safety for Pets

Lawn fertilizer makes our yards lush and green, but it can also be hazardous to the health of our pets and children! It’s important to make sure that you follow all application instructions and, when possible, use pet-safe products only in your yard.

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Summer Treat Recipe for Dogs

Wondering how to make your pet feel included during your family ice cream break this summer? Stuffing a Kong and freezing it is a great way to make your pet feel like part of the activity!

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National Pet Preparedness Month

This month is National Pet Preparedness Month. In order to be sure your pet is prepared for a disaster, make sure your safety kit includes food, water, leash and collar, bowls, pet ID, medications, immunization records, pet carrier, first aid kit, and the phone number and address of Animal Emergency Hospital of North Texas.

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What Would You Do If….

…your dog ate the bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips that was left out on the kitchen counter?  …your cat had a seizure right in front of you?  …your dog fell down the stairs and started limping?  …your cat was overheating on a hot summer day? To avoid the feelings of panic that may accompany these…

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April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month

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Memorial Service for Dr. Deidra Blackmon

A memorial service will be held for Dr. Deidra Blackmon on Saturday, March 9 at 3pm. The service will be held at: Heritage Church of Christ 4201 Heritage Trace Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76244 Our deepest sympathy to the family of Dr. Blackmon. She was loved dearly and will be missed deeply. We will carry…

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February is Responsible Pet Owners Month

February is Responsible Pet Owners Month, which may mean different things to different people. A good way to observe Responsible Pet Owners Month is to create a First Aid kit for your pet’s home care, get them microchipped or update their existing microchip, or bring your pet into your regular veterinarian for a physical exam…

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New Pet? Pet-Proof Your Home

A new pet is more than an adorable bundle of fur; it’s also a big responsibility. That pesky puppy or curious kitten can find lots of ways to get into trouble, and — contrary to popular opinion — pets don’t always intuitively know what can be potentially harmful to eat or drink. A pet’s safety always comes…

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Bathing Safety

Did you know that letting a wet pet outside in the cold can be dangerous? You wouldn’t shower and go outside with wet hair, would you? Make sure your pet is towel dried after a bath and that their fur is as dry as possible before they go outside for any extended period of time.…

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