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Signs Your Pet May Be Anemic

Signs Your Pet May Be Anemic

Meet Cholo, a 5 year old Short-haired Dachshund. He came to us in early January as a new Hannah Pet. Poor Cholo was given a…

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Signs Your Pet Has a Tooth Fracture

Mack, is a five year old Redbone Coonhound, who recently came to Hannah with a broken canine. He was dropped off for an exam, which…

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Piper

Piper

This is Piper, a female Labrador Retriever mix who has an irregular heartbeat and was diagnosed with Cardiomegaly.  Our highly skilled veterinarian, Dr. Joshua Horner, successfully…

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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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Protect Pets from Winter Weather

Protect Pets from Winter Weather

Bring Your Pets in from the Cold and Protect Pets from Winter Weather! The first day of winter is only a week away.  Looking for…

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Holidays With Your Pets – 10 Tips for a Successful Holiday

Holidays With Your Pets – 10 Tips for a Successful Holiday

There’s no doubt that the holidays are stressful for people, but holidays with Pets shouldn’t be!  Holidays with Pets should be stress-free.  Here are 10…

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Holiday Gift Ideas Cats Love

Holiday Gift Ideas Cats Love

Holiday Gift Ideas Cats Will Enjoy Looking for great holiday gift ideas cats will enjoy?  Pop open an inexpensive can of ping pong balls.  A…

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Pets!

Holiday Gift Ideas for Pets!

The Perfect Gift for the Perfect Pet The holidays are a time to share in a little food-eating and gift-giving among family and friends.  And,…

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Hannah the Pet Society – Annual Pet Quiz!

Every year, the first full week of November is a time to honor and appreciate animal shelters and rescues, nationwide!  Hannah the Pet Society is…

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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