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The (Big) Picture of Health: Blood Work

Cooper is ready for his external AND internal close-up!Blood work captures a valuable, vital picture of your pet’s real health. Pet’s of all ages benefit from blood work. By using this crucial tool, we know exactly where your pet stands as he or she ages—arming us...

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To Spay or Not to Spay? Spay! And Neuter, Too

This little fur ball deserves a long, happy life!Getting a pet “fixed” is a big decision. We’re here to tell you: Fix away! Seriously: Spaying or neutering is one of the best things you could ever do for your fur baby. It can prevent serious health problems, curb...

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Can You Spot a Fake?

Look carefully! Are these real? (Yes.)Parasite prevention saves lives. Your pet needs to be on parasite prevention. The products we carry, recommend, and use on our own pets are effective and safe. They’ve been thoroughly researched and tested. Used properly and...

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Parasite Prevention Saves Lives

Ruh roh: Parasites are bad Butters!Your pet needs to be on parasite prevention. Parasitic infection is some of the worst stuff we’ve seen...and we’ve seen it all. Parasites can cause serious health issues and even be fatal. Parasites are terrible. We can’t...

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The Joys of Spring: Allergies Anyone?

Sig loves belly scratches...not grass itchies.Spring has sprung! This spectacular season means beautiful blooms, glorious greenery...and awful allergies. Pets can suffer from pollen just as much as people do. Unrelenting itchiness, sneezing that just won’t stop,...

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What We Are Doing to Keep Everyone Safe From COVID-19

Safety, and best care, first!In these tumultuous times, we have a great plan for pets and their people. Most importantly, we're here and still giving your pets the best care. Quick action back in March, a commitment to rigorous safety measures, hard work, and...

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Eno’s Cause: Pet Oxygen Kits Help Avert Tragedy

Pet oxygen kits save lives. They should be on every fire truck in every city, everywhere.A pet parent's nightmare. On the night of Aug. 6, 2019, Derby was caught in a fire at Falconbridge Animal Hospital. His mom got the call around midnight. Her fur baby, who was...

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Mats Matter: Why Matted Fur Is So Dangerous

No mats here! A rake brush keeps kitty's coat healthy.Did you know? Mats—extremely tangled, clumped, or pelted fur—is actually a dangerous medical condition. Mats happen when fur becomes tangled and knotted around itself. They create pressure on the skin and can...

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Nailed It: Why Toenail Trims Matter

Good boy! We'll take it from here.Mani-pedi. Toenail trim. Claw clip. Whatever you call it, it should be part of your pet’s normal wellness routine. But it should never be torture. At Eno, we’re experts at the craft of clipping. Are Nail Trims Really That...

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Stuff It: Dangerous Foods for Pets

‘Tis the season of giving...and eating! The holidays abound with deliciousness: stuffings and dressings, bread, casseroles and cookies, candy, cakes, and pies. Then there’s the bird itself, plus all the rich traditional sides. One of the things we love most about...

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Keep Your Pet Safe on Halloween

Halloween is a night of spooky fun and sugary treats. Follow these tips to keep your pets safe—and prevent a visit to the emergency vet No, No, No Chocolate Chocolate is toxic to pets! Chocolate contains an ingredient very similar to caffeine. It stimulates the...

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Laser Therapy: Great Care With Cool Shades

Laser therapy is easy and painless.Laser therapy heals. It’s proven to treat pain, reduce inflammation, and manage many chronic and acute conditions. Laser therapy is completely non-invasive, drug-free, and safe. It's great care with the cool shades. And it might...

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