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May: Allergy Awareness Month

May is Allergy Awareness Month! As Summer approaches, many individuals will start to feel their allergies showing up once again! The changing of the seasons is known to cause itching, sneezing, coughing, and wheezing; but did you know that your pet is also susceptible to allergic reactions? That is why during Asthma and Allergy Awareness…

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Bird Health Awareness Week: Tips for a Healthy Bird

Birds are extraordinary animals, and although they can be an exciting pet to own, it’s important that bird owners know how to properly care for them. During Bird Health Awareness week, we want to share some important health tips that every bird owner should know. Here Are Three Bird Health Tips for Bird Health Awareness…

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Pet Parent Warning: Multiple Sonic Booms Expected in August

Starting August 21 and continuing for nearly two weeks and two-to-three times per day, NASA will be conducting a series of Sonic Booms in Atmospheric Turbulence flights, or SonicBAT, that could startle or upset your pets. This post is not meant to cause alarm, but spread awareness. The F-18’s flightpath is positioned in efforts to keep the…

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Hurricane Season is Officially Here

Hurricane season officially runs from June 1 – November 30, and while many Floridians have a plan in place for the season, not everyone considers the effects a strong storm or an evacuation can have on pets. In addition to preparing supplies for your family and familiarizing yourself with evacuation routes, it’s also important to…

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Island Animal Hospital Wellness Alert: Confirmed H3N2 Canine Influenza in Our Area.

PET OWNERS H3N2 CANINE INFLUENZA VIRUS FACT SHEET Provided by University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Click here to download a printable version of this sheet What is H3N2 Canine Influenza Virus? H3N2 canine influenza virus (H3N2 CIV) is a very contagious influenza virus that infects dogs. This virus recently emerged in the US…

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