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Is your cat a “Pill” to pill?    Giving your cat medication shouldn’t leave you scratched, exhausted or frustrated.  Here’s a wonderful video with helpful tips for giving your cat a pill.

 

http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/video/how-give-your-cat-pill

Are you a dog person or a cat person?  Perhaps you adore both!  Find out how your personality relates to your choices.

http://pets.webmd.com/cats/ss/slideshow-truth-about-cat-people-and-dog-people

 

18 Jun 2013

Ways Pets Can Improve Your Health!

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There are many health benefits to having a furry friend!   A healthy and happy pets means a happy and healthy YOU!

http://pets.webmd.com/ss/slideshow-pets-improve-your-health

14 Jun 2013

June is “Adopt a Cat Month”!

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Spring has sprung and Summer is here…..bringing June which is Adopt a Cat Month!  Whether it be your local shelter or a Rescue Organization, open your heart and home to a new feline friend!

 

If you are looking for a sweet, older companion….come visit “Sootie”    “Sootie” is a charming older gentleman that loves attention.  He is up to date on vaccines and recently had a blood panel that showed his thyroid is overactive.  He needs a special diet to help control his thyroid problem; other than this he is healthy and happy. If you would be able to provide him a loving home, please contact Dr. Harper at 813-259-9698.  His special diet will be provided to his new owner free of charge long term.

 

11 Jun 2013

Litter Box Cleaning Tips!

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Find out how often you need to clean out your cat’s litter box.

http://bit.ly/XqxVRD

 

08 Jun 2013

Dog Swimming Safety Tips!

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Does your dog know how to swim? If not, be sure to read these safety tips before taking them for their first dip.

http://bit.ly/159eqjS

 

“Sootie” is a charming older gentleman that loves attention.

He is up to date on vaccines and recently had a blood panel that showed his thyroid is overactive.

He needs a special diet to help control his thyroid problem; other than this he is healthy and happy.

If you would be able to provide him a loving home, please contact Dr. Harper at 813-259-9698.

His special diet will be provided to his new owner free of charge long term.

World Vets, along with our friends at American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and BlogPaws, are working together to send needed supplies to those affected by the tornado in Oklahoma. Donations can be made here: http://worldvets.donorshops.com/product/C5F9E70/helpanimalsimpactedbytheoklahomatornadoes.php

 


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Why should I bring my cat to the veterinarian?

We understand how difficult it can be to bring your cat into the veterinary clinic. This task can seem overwhelming at times and may result in owners skipping their cat's annual routine visit to the ... See more

Preventive care examinations or check-ups for all cats should occur a minimum of once yearly, and more frequently for senior cats and those with chronic cond...

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Pet of the Day: EMMA!

Emma is a nine month old German Shepherd mix! She was adopted from the humane society in South Carolina! Emma and her mom recently moved to Tampa!

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