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Heartworm in Dogs

by Elizabeth Racine, DVM i

Heartworm disease is an increasingly common disease in dogs. It is most common in the southeastern United States but has been spreading further north, particularly due to the relocation of shelter animals from the south (1). The disease is spread by mosquitoes and can also affect cats, ferrets, and sometimes even humans. 

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Top Signs Your Dog Suffers from Noise Aversion

Did you know that the day after the Fourth of July is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters in the United States? Many dogs become very anxious about noise when their owners are out, especially when the fireworks begin. If left alone, dogs can funnel their anxiety into destruction- including vocalizing, digging, chewing-or even running away.

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