Please Keep Your Kitty Away From These Foods

Please Keep Your Kitty Away From These Foods

Starting your pet with a healthy diet early in life is key to preventing illness later in life. Having a picky eater doesn't make it easy, we know! Cats can be picky eaters, so it's best to find the right food that they actually enjoy eating! Some cat owners resort to...

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8 Ways to Get Your Cat to Use the Litter Box

8 Ways to Get Your Cat to Use the Litter Box

Most cats surrendered to shelters every year are done so because of perceived behavior problems—primarily house soiling. And, most of the cats surrendered will be euthanized. This problem is prevalent in New Jersey and we want to do our part to fix it. It doesn’t have...

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5 Tips to Keep Your Pet Healthy and Happy this Spring

5 Tips to Keep Your Pet Healthy and Happy this Spring

Spring is in the air in Basking Ridge, and, as winter fades, you should keep in mind some potential pet health hazards that come along with the warmer temperatures. Our team is here to help with some tips on keeping your pet safe. Keep bugs away. Is your pet on a...

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Everything You Need To Know About Pet Insurance

Everything You Need To Know About Pet Insurance

Health insurance: Whether you’re thinking about your own coverage, or you’re considering coverage for your dog or cat, it can be confusing and overwhelming. While we can’t tell you what to do about your own health insurance, here’s some information to ponder when...

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Tips For Leash Training Your New Puppy

Tips For Leash Training Your New Puppy

The team at Basking Ridge Animal Hospital wants your pet to be happy and healthy, even when they aren't ill. Just look we set good habits early on with their medical care, we want to help you set good habits for them at home. Many of us have done it: brought a new...

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Four Household Toxins All Pet Owners Need to Know About

Four Household Toxins All Pet Owners Need to Know About

The team at Basking Ridge Animal Hospital wants to make sure all pet parents are educated to keep their pets happy and healthy at all times. Poison Prevention Week is March 19 – 25, and if you own a pet, you’ll want to know about these items you probably have sitting...

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Ten Tips To Make Your Veterinary Visits Better

Ten Tips To Make Your Veterinary Visits Better

We want to make every single visit to our clinic a positive experience for you, your pet, and our veterinary care team. Today, we want to share ten tips directly from the American Veterinary Medical Association on making your next veterinary visit a great one. The...

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Tips To Help You Bond With Your Cat

Tips To Help You Bond With Your Cat

When a new puppy comes home, it’s hard to get any alone time from that point on. Cats are a little different, and we love them for it. Dating back thousands of years, dogs hunt in packs to survive, and cats stalk and hunt their prey alone. When a new cat comes home,...

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How To Keep Your Pet Safe On Valentine’s Day

How To Keep Your Pet Safe On Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a day filled with love, joy, and potential dangers for your pet! For health reasons we recommend chocolate, candy, and flowers be given only to the humans in your life, and pet treats and toys be given to your pets. However, if your pet does happen...

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Why Does My Pet Have Bad Breath?

Why Does My Pet Have Bad Breath?

It doesn’t matter if it’s coming from a human or an animal, bad breath is bad breath. February is Dental Health Month, and we’re here to help your pet get their bad breath in order! You may have to help with this, but don’t worry, so will we. First, let’s talk about...

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