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Ft Lauderdale Vet on 4 Things You Should Know About Animal Rehab

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Hollywood FL Vet Offers 5 Steps for Choosing Pet Health Insurance

5 Steps for Choosing Pet Health Insurance from Hollywood FL Areas Top Vet

 

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Pot for Pets? (Sort of) Hollywood FL Top Veterinary Hospital Explains

Let’s get this out of the way; no we are not suggesting you get your pet stoned. That’s not a good idea for many, many reasons we hopefully don't need to explain. But as you probably know by now Cannabis (CBD) has been used medicinally for hundreds of years. What you may not know is that it has become more and more prevalent as of late in the treatment of animals. It is important to differentiate THC from CBD. THC is the active ingredient in Marijuana. Hemp, which is what we are talking about here is not medicinal marijuana and is legal for pets without a prescription. It has low THC and high CBD. It is not addictive and doesn’t get your pet high. There are thousands of articles on the efficacy of cannabinoids’ in the treatment of animal, and the evidence is astounding. Read the published survey results collected by Colorado State University.

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Vaping Around PetsVapers and Pets — Safety Tips for Smokers and Vapers who Care about Their Pets

If you ever read the labels on your e-juices, they clearly state: “keep away from children and pets”. This is because most e-juices contain nicotine, which, if consumed, can be extremely dangerous for kids as well as pets. One British vaper learned it the hard way a couple years ago. According to a story Dog Dies After Eating Electronic Cigarette Capsule published by Huffington Post, Keith Sutton, dropped a cartridge of e-juice on the floor, his 14-week old pup got hold of it, ended up consuming a little amount of the juice, and even though Keith took his beloved pup to the vet within a few minutes, the pup succumbed to the nicotine in her stomach.

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Ft. Lauderdale pet cancer screeningDog and Cat Cancer Screenings Ft. Lauderdale Area’s Top Vet Answers 5 FAQs

How important is dog cancer screening? Cancer in dogs, just like in humans, is an insidious disease but it metastasizes much faster in dogs and cats than in humans. Catching it early is important to successful treatment. While cats can also develop cancer, the disease is much more common in dogs and that's what we will focus on here. 

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