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March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month, which makes now the perfect time to take a good look around your home and identify the items that are toxic for your pets. Depending on the amount they ingest, all of the items on this list can cause health problems ranging from gastrointestinal distress, vomiting and lethargy to organ failure and even

February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, which is a great time to reflect on the benefits of altering our pets. In addition to reducing the overwhelming number of unwanted dogs and cats who end up in shelters across the country each year, most veterinarians agree that spaying (removing our female pets’ ovaries and uterus) and neutering (removing our male pets’ testicles)

Jan Bellows, DVM — Dental and Small Animal Specialist ALL PETS DENTAL, Weston, Florida We truly love our four-legged friends, and they love us back by wagging their tails, licking our faces, and accepting hugs and rubs behind their ears. But sometimes their breath just smells — bad. What does bad breath mean and what can you do to help