The Terrible Truth About Heartworm Disease

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INTESTINAL PARASITES

What are intestinal parasites? And why is it important to screen for them?

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COLD HAZARDS

PET SAFETY TIPS FOR COLD WEATHER Plan ahead and be prepared! Watch closely for cold weather advisories on the news. Be sure to have pet necessities (food, litter, etc.)…

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ARDMORE COMPANION ANIMAL HOSPITAL IS MOVING

ARDMORE COMPANION ANIMAL HOSPITAL IS MOVING November will be the last month we spend at our current location. At the end of this month, we will finally be making…

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FLEAS AND TICKS

Don’t listen to all of the hocus pocus: Flea and tick prevention IS important for your pets and your household. Fleas and ticks are external parasites, which means they live on the outside of…

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THE AGING PET: DISEASES TO KNOW ABOUT AND SIGNS TO LOOK FOR IN YOUR SENIOR PET

At just 7 years of age, dogs and cats are considered to be senior pets. Once your pet is considered a senior, it becomes all the more important to…

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ANXIETY & OUR PETS

SIGNS, UNDERLYING CAUSES, AND TREATMENT/ MANAGEMENT OPTIONS THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIALIZATION IN KITTENS AND PUPPIES Many animals will develop anxiety in response to sudden of  changes in their environment (i.e. addition…

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COMMON SKIN DISORDERS IN CATS AND DOGS

Unfortunately, skin disease is fairly common in our household pets. Some signs of skin disease include hair loss, itchy skin, redness, discharge, and skin lesions. There are many different…

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Quality of Life: How Do I Know When It’s Time?

The quality of your pet’s life is defined by his or her overall physical and mental well-being.Our pets are often so stoic that assessing their quality of life cannot…

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What Makes Pet Health Insurance Plans Great?

Your pets are part of your family, and you want to do all that you can to give them a long and healthy life. However, unexpected accidents and illnesses…

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Ardmore Companion Animal Hospital
25547 Main Street
Ardmore,TN 38449
Phone: (931) 427-8383