According to the American Animal Hospital Association, nearly two-thirds of pets suffer from dental problems because their owners do not provide dental care for them. Imagine what would happen to ...View Article
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Introducing a new feature, PetsideTIPS & TAILS
Tip 1 Keep A Wellness Pet Journal
You'll be surprised how much you'll learn if you keep a journal for your pet. In between visits jot down something they did that surprised you, something new you taught them, training successes, or a new toy that made them really happy. Also, keep notes on changes in behavior, eating habits, or something that seems to make them uncomfortable.
If you already have one, we'd love to take a look. If you don't already have one and would like to get started, we'll be happy to give you some pointers during our next visit.
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- Phone: 781-272-3363
- Fax: 781-365-0203
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PO Box 1186
Burlington, MA 01803