The (Long, Potentially Slimy) Skinny on Deworming Pets

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Having pets is a wonderful experience, but when your pets have pets, it can be… not so much fun. Part of the preventative wellness care we offer our pet patients at Beverly Hills Veterinary Associates is a good parasite prevention program. There are several reasons preemptively deworming pets is good practice, and we would like to help you understand why.

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It’s Lovely and Less Crowded, but Walking Your Dog at Night May Be Risky

There’s nothing quite like embarking on an after-dinner neighborhood stroll. Certainly, the exercise might be more enjoyable in every other season except winter, but that’s purely subjective… 

The good news is, most dogs don’t care what time it is; they’re simply happy to be outside, smelling all the smells. Without a doubt, walking your dog at night is a worthwhile activity (and sometimes cannot be avoided), but to ensure everyone returns home safely there are some considerations.

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Nuts and Mutts: What to Know About Dogs and Nuts

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Whether it’s stuffed into a Kong, baked into a dog biscuit, or simply licked off a spoon, there’s no denying that dogs love peanut butter. Peanut butter is generally accepted as a safe, albeit calorie-heavy, snack for dogs, but what about other nut butters, and nuts themselves?

The team at Beverly Hills Veterinary Associates wants all of our canine patients to enjoy safe and healthy treats from time to time. Here’s the scoop on dogs and nuts!

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