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Vaccines are important for the health of your cat




Vaccinations play an important role in the prevention of serious diseases in your cat. Not every cat needs every vaccine available. At Cliffdale Animal Hospital we recommend vaccines according to the life style of your cat.

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Headline: How to Treat Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety


Your four-legged family member is showing signs of distress. Is it separation anxiety? This is a common concern for many pet parents, especially this time of year when you may plan a vacation. Your concern for your pet can make it very difficult to leave the house or get things done, so we are here to help. After all, you don’t want to put your summer plans on hold.

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Myth About Ticks


Ticks die off during winter.Ticks do not die just because it’s winter. They do become less active during cold months but can still attach to your pets – and transmit potentially deadly diseases.

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5 Most Common Easter Toxins

Easter Safety for Pets

1) Chocolate: Easter is typically the top day for chocolate intoxication calls to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, topping Christmas, Valentine’s Day and even Halloween. Why? Pets often find candy hidden around the house and yard or Easter baskets left unattended.Solution: Make sure all candy is out of reach of pets at all times.

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Heartworms – Prevention is the Key!


One of the most devastating diseases your cat or dog can get is heartworms. As these parasites invade your pet’s heart and lungs, they lead to fatigue, respiratory problems, and if left untreated, death. That’s why it’s crucial to learn about heartworms, their affects, their treatment, and most importantly, their prevention.

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