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Part of being a responsible pet owner is protecting your pet from things that can harm them, including parasites.
Wellness care is necessary for companion animals regardless of their age and is the key ingredient to maintaining overall health.
Did you know that October is National Pet Wellness Month?
Here is a list of some of the most common spring plants and their toxicities so you know how to pet-proof your garden and keep your pet safe.
Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) is the most commonly inherited orthopedic disease in dogs.
Learning techniques to help your pet stay cool, as well as understanding signs and symptoms of heat stroke, will ensure that your pet stays safe this summer.
With Spring thunderstorms rolling in, many pet owners are all too familiar with the anxiety their pets may feel when storms begin to take over the skies.
Canine Influenza, or dog flu, is a highly contagious respiratory infection that can effect dogs if they are exposed to an infected dog.
As your cat matures past age 10, they become more susceptible to a number of different health risks including hyperthyroidism.
Twenty-nine years ago today, Dr. Kent Forney and his wife Shelley, opened the doors of Forney Animal Center.
As Halloween quickly approaches, here are some important tips to keep in mind to help you and your pets have a safe and spooktacular holiday!
As pets age, especially dogs, it is not uncommon to find new lumps and bumps on their bodies.