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The team at Kennebunk Veterinary Hospital has a blog full of articles about how to improve your pet’s quality of life!

A Guide to Dog Walking Safety

A Guide to Dog Walking Safety

Watch Out On Walks: Hazards to Avoid When Walking Your Pet   Celebrate Take a Walk in the Park Day with your four-legged friend on March 30, but don’t let hazards ruin a perfect day. Keep your eyes peeled for the following issues when walking your pet.   #1:...

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Coping With Pet Loss

Coping With Pet Loss

Grief Support: How to Cope with Your Pet’s Death   Losing a pet can be as difficult as losing a family member or friend. Pets are integral members of the family, with an invaluable place in our lives. When your pet passes, processing your grief can be an...

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3 Safe Pet Treats for Valentine’s Day

3 Safe Pet Treats for Valentine’s Day

Although you show your furry friend just how much you love them every day, Valentine’s Day gives you the opportunity to shower them with even more adoration. While your pet cannot have chocolate, there are many other safe pet treats you can share with them. Try the...

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4 Things You Should Know About Canine Influenza

4 Things You Should Know About Canine Influenza

Are you worried about your pet's health? Are you concerned your pup may have come down with the flu? Coughing is one of the most common symptoms associated with canine influenza, so it's important to be aware of what could be causing your furry friend to cough. In...

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Helpful Low-Effort Exercises for Senior Pets

Helpful Low-Effort Exercises for Senior Pets

As our beloved furry companions enter their senior years, it is more important than ever to help them stay active and healthy. Regular exercise can contribute not only to physical strength and mobility but also mental health, general well-being, and an improved...

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Indoor Enrichment Ideas for Pets During the Winter

Indoor Enrichment Ideas for Pets During the Winter

As colder weather approaches, it's important to keep your pet entertained and engaged indoors. There are many ways to do this, from providing them with new toys and puzzles to playing hide-and-seek or catch. By keeping your pet occupied, you can help prevent behavior...

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What You Need to Know about Hypothermia in Pets

What You Need to Know about Hypothermia in Pets

If you're a pet owner, then it's important to be aware of the symptoms of hypothermia in your pet. In extreme cases, hypothermia can be fatal. So if you suspect that your pet is suffering from hypothermia, it's crucial to seek veterinary care right away. This blog...

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Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes

Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes

If you're the owner of a pet, it's important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of diabetes. By being alert to the signs and symptoms, you can get your pet the treatment they need quickly. This blog post will discuss five common symptoms of diabetes in pets. Keep...

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4 Tips To Help Your Senior Pet With Seasonal Changes

4 Tips To Help Your Senior Pet With Seasonal Changes

As your pet gets older, they may start to experience physical changes that make it harder for them to handle the changing seasons. Fortunately, there are ways you can help your senior pet adjust. In this blog post, we'll discuss some tips on how to make the transition...

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