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We have all heard the term spring cleaning. Our Tampa Bay area veterinarian wants to remind owners our pets are no exception to this seasonal tradition. We have compiled a few helpful tips how to spring into action on your pet's messes.

Pet Microchipping In Tampa

What if you lost your pet would you be able to google them? The Tampa Bay area is known for an active storm season. During this time many pets become separated from their owners, if they are not microchipped it is often difficult to reunite pet with owner. If your pet has a Save This Life microchip then you can use google to help find them. Let's explain how it works.

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September is National Pet Insurance Month and it is becoming more popular in the Tampa Bay area. This is a great time to reflect on the special bond pets share with their families and how important it is to prepare financially for their medical care. Pet Health Insurance is designed to help pets get the best veterinary care possible so they can live long and happy lives with their human families.

Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful with family and friends. A time to gather around the table and reflect on memories made.

Holiday Safety Tips

River Mill Animal Hospital located in Tampa, Florida has tips to keep your family pets safe this holiday season

Protect your pets this New Year’s Eve. As we count down the final moments of 2015, River Mill Animal Hospital wants to remind pet owners that a New Year’s celebration can be a frightening and potentially dangerous time for pets.

Happy New Year! Are you refreshed and ready for 2016? Resolutions are a great way to start off a new year, and we often make them for ourselves. Have you ever considered including your pets? Here are some top resolutions for your furry family members.

February is Pet Dental Health Month, which means it’s time to focus attention on your pet’s teeth! Four out of five pets are living with infection and pain from dental disease and odds are your pet could be one of them. Have you noticed your pet avoiding their favorite chew toy, reluctant to eat dry kibble, pawing at their mouth or bad breath? These are all signs of Periodontal disease. The unpleasant odor thought to be simply “bad breath” is evidence of a potentially dangerous health risk.

St. Patrick’s day is quickly approaching. This holiday has it all: shamrocks, rainbows, leprechauns, green rivers, and everything lucky. However, for pets it can accidentally become lucky. Here are a few tips to keep luck on their side. 

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