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Cats Spraying: Why They Do It And How To Stop It

Cats Peeing Outside the Litter Box: Causes, Prevention, and Solutions

Dog Training - The Right and Wrong Way to Reward and Punish

Why Cats Should Eat Wet Food

The Benefits of Senior Pet Adoption

What are Pet Microchips and Why are They So Important?

What to Do if You Find a Lost Dog or Cat

What to Do When a Loose Dog Approaches

Pet First Aid – What to Do and What Not to Do

Spring Cleaning For Our Pets All Year Round

Hot Under the Elizabethan Collar

Dog Daycare: What to Expect and is Your Dog a Good Fit?

How to Deal with Noise Aversions: Start the New Year with Less of a Bang

What to Consider Before Getting a Pet for the Holidays (or ever)

The All Natural Sugar Substitute That is Toxic for Dogs: Xylitol Awareness

Cat Training With Feline Behavior And Training Expert Marci Koski

How to Have the Best Halloween with Your Pets

How to Choose the Right Collar, Harness, Leash or Lead (and Why it Matters)

Cat Can't Pee? Go to the Vet ASAP!

Stopping the Insanity of Pet Obesity

Much Ado About Brushing: How to Keep Our Pets' Teeth Clean When We Don't Brush Them Regularly

Get Your Licks On Route 66

Why is the Sky Blue

What's up with Supplements

Keeping Our Pets Cool in the Heat

BYOP (Bring Your Own Pet): Paws & Play with Dr. J Episode 5

Mosquitos, Mo-Problems: Paws & Play with Dr. J Episode 4

Fleas, and ticks, and mange — oh my: Paws & Play with Dr. J Episode 3

Hidden Dangers in the Yard and Garden: Paws & Play with Dr. J Episode 2

Pet Allergies: How to Help Dogs and Cats Suffering from Resting Itch Face

Please do not ask emergency or other specific medical questions about your pets in the blog comments. As an online informational resource, Preventive Vet is unable to and does not provide specific medical advice or counseling. A thorough physical exam, patient history, and an established veterinary-patient-client relationship is required to provide specific medical advice. If you are worried that your pet is having an emergency or if you have specific medical questions related to your pet’s current or chronic medical conditions, please contact or visit your veterinarian, an animal-specific poison control hotline, or your local emergency veterinary care center.

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New Episodes Every Other Week

Tales from the clinic and beyond
Every other week, Dr. Jason Nicholas (Dr. J), and his co-host Mia, will bring you preventive health and safety information for your cats and dogs. Dr. J started Preventive Vet in response to the many heartbreaking, and preventable cases he saw in the veterinary emergency room, and in his general practice work. Mia is an animal lover, with two fur babies of her own, and will be doing her best to represent the listeners, and get as much info out of Dr. J as she can.

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