Helping Your Arthritic Pet This Winter

Helping Your Arthritic Pet This Winter

Arthritis can become more painful in the colder months for pets with stiff and achy joints. Here are our tips to help your furry friend feel more comfortable.Keep walkways free from ice and snowYoung pets whiz by senior dogs when venturing outdoors in icy...

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Leash-Training Your Pet

Leash-Training Your Pet

Although it's quite chilly out, we're still celebrating National Walk Your Pet Month! Here are our tried and true tips on leash-training your pet to ensure a fun and safe outing. What should I do if my dog refuses to go where I want them to?Bribery works...

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New Year’s Resolution Ideas For Your Pets

New Year’s Resolution Ideas For Your Pets

The New Year is around the corner, and we are busy making our New Year's resolutions. Why not have your pet join you? Here are 10 New Year's resolutions for you and your pet.1. Teach an Old Dog New TricksWhether you have a rambunctious puppy or a sweet...

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Holiday Dangers For Your Pet

Holiday Dangers For Your Pet

The most wonderful time of the year is approaching, full of treasured time with family and friends, delicious foods, dazzling decorations, fun festivities, and… stress. Worrying about a sick or injured furry family member only adds more stress to the...

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Dangerous Thanksgiving Foods for Your Pet

Dangerous Thanksgiving Foods for Your Pet

Thanksgiving is around the corner! Be prepared and keep these dangerous foods away from your pet this Thanksgiving. Here is a list of Thanksgiving food that you should not feed your pet.1. Salty Turkey SkinYour Thanksgiving turkey will be basted in a...

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Can Your Dog Catch Your Cold?

Can Your Dog Catch Your Cold?

Dogs are great at catching all kinds of things—that sandwich you accidentally dropped, the once-stuffed toy that has no guts left, that tennis ball you’re actually trying to play tennis with… But, can your dog catch your cold?While our cold and flu viruses...

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Pet for Holiday Boarding

5 Ways to Prepare Your Pet for Holiday Boarding

While you want to be surrounded by your family for the holidays, sometimes your four-legged family members don’t make the best traveling companions. If your travel plans don’t include your furry friend, make other arrangements in advance to ensure your pet...

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Fall Safety Tips For Your Pet

Fall Safety Tips For Your Pet

Fall is upon us, and with the cooler fall days, comes some pet dangers to look out for. Here is a list of fall safety tips to keep your pet safe and happy this season.Be Cautious of Rodenticides and Cold Weather PoisonsThe use of rat and mouse poisons...

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Why Fecal Exams Are Important For Your Pet

Why Fecal Exams Are Important For Your Pet

Most humans avoid dog poop at all costs, but us veterinary health care professionals see your dog’s waste as a valuable opportunity to get a good picture of his overall health. Here is why fecal exams are important for your pet's health.What might be...

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Indoor Cat Enrichment Ideas

Indoor Cat Enrichment Ideas

Many animal health experts agree that cats are safest when kept indoors. But, without properly enriched indoor environments, cats become increasingly bored and are likely to gain unhealthy amounts of weight.But how should you enrich your indoor cat’s...

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