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Play it Safe- Beware- Cooler Weather and Shorter Days Mean Hidden Dangers via Hamptons Pet

Many parts of the United States are still enduring the burden of wintry temperatures and short hours of daylight.   The environmental changes occurring every fall and winter negatively impact the lives of both people and pets.  There are very real dangers out there for our companion canines and felines that we pet owners must […]

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Bad Breath Killing the Mood via Hamptons Pet

Although Februrary is National Pet Dental Health Month, efforts should be made every day to promote your pet’s best dental health. Learn how to work with your veterinarian to address your pet’s peridontal disease via this article for Hamptons Pet: Bad Breath Killing the Mood Thank you for reading this article.  Your questions and comments are […]

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Harvest a Safe Autumn via Hamptons Pet

Fall into a new season with easy to remember safety tips. BY DR. PATRICK MAHANEY DVM Fall brings with it new back-to-school routines, cooler temperatures and pumpkin everything. It also brings certain seasonal hazards that can potentially put pets at risk. For a festive, fun and healthy fall, just follow these simple tips. A BETTER […]

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Sizzlin’ Summer Safety Tips via Hamptons Pet

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SPF (Summer Pet Fun) Even pets with thick fur run the risk of sunburn. Protect skm by covering the nose, ears and other exposed areas with pet-appropriate clothing or applying a pet-friendly sunscreen free of salicylates and zinc oxide (which are toxic if ingested). Pink-skinned pets should always wear sun protection or be confined to […]

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