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Is Your Pet Protected Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis is serious disease that affects humans and animals, including your pets. Caused by infection of Leptospira bacteria, the occurrence of Leptospirosis has been steadily rising over the past few years. Leptospira bacteria are...

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You, Your Pet & Intestinal Parasites

Did you know? It’s Fairly common for your pet to become infected with an internal parasite during his or her lifetime. These pesky parasites can affect your loved one in many ways, sometimes even causing serious health problems. Learn the...

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Hurricane Planning Tips

Hurricane Planning Tips When a natural disaster strikes, Good Shepherd Pet Hospital 's team think of the four-legged🐱🐶 family members that are displaced and in danger. Here are some first aid tips for dogs and cats: Do not...

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Heartworm Prevention Medication

What is Heartworm Disease? Heartworms are a blood-borne parasite called Dirofilaria Immitis caused by parasitic worms that live in the heart, lungs and surrounding blood vessels of affected pets. Heartworms cause lung disease, heart failure...

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Help! My dog has hairy teeth!

One of the bizarre things that you might see if you take a peek in your dog’s mouth is hair apparently growing out from under the gum tissue surrounding the teeth. Hairy teeth are actually a sign of skin problems in dogs. Here’s how it...

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