Ways to Enrich Your Indoor Cat’s Environment

Ways to Enrich Your Indoor Cat’s Environment

Cat's live amazing lives indoors and many animal health experts agree that cats are safest when kept indoors. Yet, your cat can still be faced with an environment that is lacking enrichment, which in turn would cause them to feel bored or become inactive, leading to...

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What Every Pet Owner Should Know About Fractured Teeth

What Every Pet Owner Should Know About Fractured Teeth

Did you know your pet can fracture their teeth?  Your pet's dental health plays an essential role in their overall well being, so a fractured tooth can cause more harm if left untreated. Here are four facts you should know about fractured teeth in pets. #1: Pets can...

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Deciphering Your Dog’s Body Language

Deciphering Your Dog’s Body Language

How often does your dog look at you and you find yourself wondering "what are you thinking?" You probably can tell a lot about your pet's mood based on how they are acting, but are all pets the same! No! and Yes! Each dog is unique, but all dogs have a few general...

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Good to Know: Heartworm Disease Facts

Good to Know: Heartworm Disease Facts

Heartworm disease is one of the most painful, deadly, and costly parasitic infections. Fortunately, it’s also one of the easiest to prevent. In honor of National Heartworm Awareness Month, here are some of the basic facts about heartworm disease: Mature heartworms...

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Preventative Care Goals for Your Pet

Preventative Care Goals for Your Pet

Do you want to help your pet live their best life possible? Here are a few goals that can help you stay on target and help them have a healthy Spring: Exercise more — Pets need exercise, too. Let your pup join you on a jog, walk, or hike. Get games for your cat that...

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Good to Know: Poison Prevention Month

Good to Know: Poison Prevention Month

You may know some household items and plants that are poisonous for pets. For Poison Prevention Month, we want to share with you a few common household items that could prove to be fatal:Cooking spray might seem innocent enough. However, if you have a pet bird, pay...

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Spring Safety Tips For Your Pets

Spring Safety Tips For Your Pets

Spring is in full swing now, so you should keep in mind some potential pet health hazards that come along with the warmer temperatures. At South Point Pet Hospital, we are here for you in all seasons. Thorough check-ups and preventive care can help alleviate serious...

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What To Do During A Pet Emergency On Thanksgiving

What To Do During A Pet Emergency On Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is almost here and the team at South Point Pet Hospital wants to make sure your entire family, four-legged members included, have a wonderful and safe holiday. Of course, some of that safety comes from your preparations. In a scary situation, please know...

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Preparing Your Pet For The 4th of July

Preparing Your Pet For The 4th of July

The Fourth of July is upon us and that means friends, family, fun, and a little fear for our pets. Today we're here to help you prepare your pet for anything that can happen during the upcoming holiday. Have an emergency plan in place. Our sister hospital,...

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Fighting Back Against Pet Obesity

Fighting Back Against Pet Obesity

South Point Pet Hospital cares about all facets of your pet's health, and that includes their weight! We check your pet’s weight every single time they come into our office to make sure they are not heading down the wrong path towards pet obesity. How do we do...

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