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Read This Before Feeding Your Dog Another Bone!

Read This Before Feeding Your Dog Another Bone!

Many of us know we should never feed a dog chicken bones. We have also likely heard that store-bought bones cause fractured teeth, constipation, and…

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7 Plants To Avoid For a Pet-Friendly Garden

7 Plants To Avoid For a Pet-Friendly Garden

Gardens are a beautiful refuge for everyone, including Pets. The variety of colors and smells is invigorating and refreshing. It is important to be aware,…

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10 Foods to Avoid Giving Your Pet

10 Foods to Avoid Giving Your Pet

Pets love being rewarded with various tasty human foods, but there are many foods we eat that can be potentially fatal for your Pet. Be…

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Preparing Your Pet For The 4th Of July Fireworks

Preparing Your Pet For The 4th Of July Fireworks

A Time For Celebration The Fourth of July is a time for celebrating the independence of the United States by spending time with friends and…

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Anesthesia Training at Hannah The Pet Society

Anesthesia Training at Hannah The Pet Society

Anesthesia Training Last Sunday, all the Nurses of Hannah’s Hospitals went through an intensive training day about Anesthesia. Multiple lectures about Physiology, Protocols, Medications, Complications,…

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Pet-Proofing Your Home

Pet-Proofing Your Home

  The Importance of Pet-Proofing Your Home Pets are a great source of love, companionship and joy.  They can also be a lot of work…

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Keeping Your Dog Safe at the Dog Park

Dogs love running around in the open, making dog parks a brilliant place for your Pet to socialize and have fun…if everything goes well. As…

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What Vaccinations Does My Pet Need?

In addition to regular veterinary care, Pet vaccinations are the most important type of preventive medicine that dogs and cats receive. Professionals recommend vaccinating puppies…

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Is Your Home Dangerous for Your Pet?

Pets love to explore and get into things they shouldn’t. Just as you would childproof your home to prevent accidents and keep hazardous objects out…

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What Hannah Members Say

I have enough things to worry about as it is, especially if one of our dogs is sick and needs treatment for something. The last thing I want to worry about is whether or not I can pay for it. I live paycheck-to-paycheck, so a consistent monthly fee that I can budget for works much better for me. I only wish my own "good" health insurance were so comprehensive and inclusive.

Teresa B. April 2017