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Letter from Dr. Bob

Good day pet lovers, It goes without saying that everyone is experiencing a dramatic shift in the way we conduct our everyday affairs.  While most of us have generally accepted the changes that have been created around the pandemic, still, it has been a challenge for many of us to adopt new ways of doing…

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Introducing Educational Videos

WAITING TIMES FOR SEEING PETS WITH SKIN ALLERGIES & EAR INFECTIONS DRAMATICALLY REDUCED! Do you want the Good News … or the Awesome News ??? Since we began seeing pets for ear problems and skin infections nearly 8 years ago, I have seen hundreds if not thousands of pets with allergy issues and skin problems. …

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Introducing TeleTails

If you missed our recent message, at Carolina Value Pet Care, we are implementing a form of telemedicine through the smartphone app TeleTails, giving you the opportunity to communicate directly with Dr. Bob during the week for live consults for seasonal / environmental / food allergies, consults for Apoquel refills, and even refills for prescription…

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New Findings in Cats

NEW FINDINGS IN CATS:  WHY WE RECOMMEND GIVING THE 3 YEAR FELINE DISTEMPER VACCINE RATHER THAN THE 1 YEAR FELINE DISTEMPER VACCINE! For those kitty owners who have had the unfortunate experience of coping with chronic kidney disease with your cat, we now have new information that suggests possible causes for this debilitating and life-threatening…

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April COVID-19 Update

Good day, Pet Lovers April 17, 2020 I imagine that most of you are becoming pretty restless with the COVID. -19 containment policies still in place statewide, nationally and globally.  We are, too.  Still, we understand that these short-term restrictions will almost certainly lead to long-term disease prevention for the vast majority of us.  And…

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Dogs Fed Grain-Free / High Legume (or Potato) Diets Could Be At Risk of Heart Disease

Hundreds of dogs from many different breeds have been found to be affected by a life-threatening heart condition due to eating specific dog foods, in particular grain-free diets that are high in legumes (peas, lentils, chickpeas) or potatoes or sweet potatoes.  The large majority of cases have involved pet owners feeding a range of different…

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By now, there are some among you who are probably sick and tired of hearing me talk about heartworms, heartworm disease and heartworm prevention. That’s good! That means I’m doing my job.  You are dismissed from class, and you are welcome to go outside and play and fetch and roll over. We’ll have a belly-rub…

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Chocolate, Grapes & Raisins, and XYLITOL! Oh My! I often find great amusement in the many wacky and bizarre monthly or weekly or day-specific “national days” that we have in the U.S, with a particularly odd affection for National “Talk Like a Pirate Day” on Sept 19 and “Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Day”…

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Dear Dog Lovers We’ve already seen a number of mosquitoes even though it hasn’t become too ‘buggy’ yet. It comes as no surprise since mosquitos will usually emerge when the temperatures approach the low to mid-50’s, and we’ve had a tremendous amount of rain over the past 5+ months. Heartworm disease can only be transmitted to dogs…

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Introducing ProHeart 6

The 6 Month Heartworm Preventative Good day, Pet Lovers, You’ve asked, and we’ve listened! We’ve had many of our customers over the past several months asking us about ProHeart 6, the 6-month heartworm prevention.  We now offer it at Carolina Value Pet Care. There are a few things you need to know about it: ProHeart…

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Dental Care for Your Pets

* February is National Pet Dental Health Month * We’ve all been educated since kindergarten how regular brushing and flossing makes a difference for our breath, for the health of our teeth, for reducing the likelihood of cavities and gum infections and dental pain, and quite simply for our overall well-being. But when it comes…

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