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Category: Pet Tips

Sep 01

Preparing Your Furry Co-Worker for Your Return to Work

No one has been happier about you working from home over the past several months than your furry companion. Your pet has undoubtedly been glued to your side—napping at your feet while you type away, ...

Aug 25

Hot Dogs and Cool Cats: Prevent Heat-Related Illnesses from Ruining Your Fun

Summer is quickly fading into fall, and you want to squeeze every last bit of fun from the remaining beautiful days. As you include your pet in your outdoor plans, don’t forget that temperatures can ...

Jun 05

The Health Benefits of Pet Ownership

When you add a wriggling little fluff ball to your family, you’re probably not thinking much beyond puppy kisses or kitten snuggles. But, if you invest time and dedication into your pet’s training and health, ...

Apr 17

Pet Loss and Bereavement: The Decision-Making and Healing Process

  A pet is not just a friend and companion, but also a family member. That is why when we lose a pet, it makes it very difficult to say goodbye. We oftentimes don’t predict ...

Feb 28

Pets and Human Food: A Potentially Dangerous Combination

  Our emergency department treats pets with a variety of medical conditions, but one problem brings pets through our doors over and over again—eating foods that get them into trouble. Dogs, in particular, cannot seem ...

Jan 14

The Importance of Feeding Your Pet a Healthy Diet

People evaluate their diet and exercise habits, and resolve to make healthy changes, every New Year. Responsible pet owners also make good choices to keep their furry friends healthy. Include your pet in your resolutions ...

Apr 29

Recognizing Vision Problems in Your Pet

Your pet’s eyes are an important part of her sensory system. Keep them in tip-top shape by immediately recognizing problems that could interfere with vision. The following signs warrant an immediate appointment with your veterinarian ...

Feb 06

Valentine’s Day: Staying Clear of These 5 Pet Hazards

As Valentine’s Day approaches, you are probably thinking about the person you love the most. However, you shouldn’t forget about the furry friends that you love, too! During this holiday, AERA sees many pets that ...

Jan 04

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

  AERA ophthalmologist Dr. Brad Holmberg has some information to share about glaucoma and how you can protect your pet from vision loss. Glaucoma is unfortunately a common disease in dogs that frequently results in ...

Sep 24

Heart Disease in Pets: Symptoms and Treatment Options

We hear a lot about heart disease because it is common in humans, but did you know that it can also affect your pet? Both dogs and cats can also suffer from heart disease, which ...

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