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To assist pets affected by the tornados, Banfield Pet Hospital® is waiving office visit fees through June 4, 2013 at all 14 of our Oklahoma hospitals.
Dr. Greeson discussed preventing pet allergies and ear infections. Outlining symptoms and treatment options for both allergies and ear infections, Dr. Greeson stressed the importance of partnering with a veterinarian for preventive care. She also cited BARK statistics mentioning that in 2012, 16% of dogs and 7% of cats seen by Banfield veterinarians were diagnosed with ear infections.
Dr. Darden discussed fleas, ticks and heartworm and the importance of preventive medication on FOX Houston KRIV-TV.
Dr. German went on the "Colorado's Best," a local consumer news show, to discuss pet dental health. She brought her pet Ruby to demonstrate teeth brushing and the need for professional dental cleanings.
Dr. Greeson was interviewed for a news segment for the KUTV station in Salt Lake City. She discussed the importances of parasite control.
Survey finds nearly one-third of pet owners unaware bad breath is a serious health issue.
On March 2-3, 2013 the Elk Grove hospital team provided free dental check-ups and provided advice on home care such as teeth brushing and dental chews.
Oregonlive.com reported Banfield Pet Hospital's sponsorship of the Portland Children's Musem series of pet-centric events in January 2012.
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 20, 2012 -- Banfield Pet Hospital®, the world's largest veterinary practice, and its internal research team, Banfield Applied Research & Knowledge (BARK), released today the top pet names of 2012, pulled from its database of nearly 2.5 million pets nationwide. The big trend in 2012 was pet owners turning to pup culture, celebrities, fictional characters and even athletes for name inspiration.
Personal Journal (a section of Wall Street Journal), posted a story on overweight pets and interactive feeders, and the State of Pet Health Report was cited for the statistics on overweight pets. In addition, Dr. Ken Pawlowski, one of our doctors who works frequently with overweight pets—was interviewed to discuss interactively feed pets in an effort to stimulate their brain and induce exercise as well as tips weight loss tips.
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