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National Animal Poison Prevention Week

Posted on 03-22-2016

Here at Corpus Christi Animal Clinic we would like to focus this week on some of the poisons that can harm your pet(s). We will start with Dr. Hughes' #1 poison alert; The Sago P...

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Pet Dental Health Month Winners

Posted on 03-03-2016

Thank you everyone who participated in our Pet Dental Health Month Contest, we appreciate your support! We hope it was as exciting and informative for you as it was for us. And that any questions ...

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Pet Dental Health Month Answer #4

Posted on 02-27-2016

The answer to Fridays question is....False! Both cats and dogs need regular dental maintenance. Dogs very rarely get cavities, or holes in the enamel. Dogs usually lose teeth to trauma and...

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Pet Dental Health Month Answer #3

Posted on 02-20-2016

The answer to our Friday question is... 4 months!  Puppies and Kittens begin to lose their baby teeth around 4 months of age. The first teeth to go are the center two incisors; these a...

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Pet Dental Health Month Answer #2

Posted on 02-13-2016

The answer to Friday's true or false questions is...FALSE! Pet tooth paste does not help remove tartar and plaque build-up. Pet tooth paste has a very tasty flavor that allows you to brush ...

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