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Pandemic Pups

Pandemic Pups

Have you heard the term “pandemic puppy?”  The pandemic brought much sadness, but it also brought joy to many families.  While we were all on lockdown, several families felt it would be a great time to get a puppy.  You would be home constantly for training, you could...

5 Easy Ways to Love Your Pet

5 Easy Ways to Love Your Pet

The first full week in June is Pet Appreciation Week, and while you may show your pet how much you love them with treats or toys, break out of the mold and try these five ways to show your furry pal the love.   #1: Set aside extra time for your pet’s favorite...

How to Desensitize Your Pet to Fireworks

How to Desensitize Your Pet to Fireworks

Before you know it, the 4th of July is here and you may not have prepared your pet for the fireworks display. To avoid a repeat of last year’s July Fourth festivities where your poor pet turned into a quivering wreck of anxiety and fear, begin desensitizing your furry...

Signs Your Pet Has Seasonal Allergies

Signs Your Pet Has Seasonal Allergies

While springtime allergens are making you sneeze and rub your eyes, they are also wreaking havoc on your furry friend’s skin. Seasonal allergies appear differently in pets than in people, so you should learn about these five key signs that your four-legged friend may...

Pet Poison Prevention Part 2

Pet Poison Prevention Part 2

Rat Bait…We see many patients that have ingested this toxic substance. It is very common for people to use rat baits to help control the pests around their property. But even when we think we have everything secured and that our pets are not able to get to them, the...

Pet Poison Prevention

Pet Poison Prevention

The inquisitive nature of our four-legged family members that makes them so adorable can also increase their chances of getting exposed to the plethora of toxins in our environment. Even foods that seem so benign and seemingly healthy to us can be deadly to our pets....

Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes in Pets

Is your furry friend have some extra weight on them after winter? Overweight and obese pets are at increased risk of developing diabetes. We want to spread awareness of this common disease and what to look out for.   Diabetes mellitus occurs when the body cannot...

7 Signs That Your Pet is in Pain

7 Signs That Your Pet is in Pain

We know that your furry friends can't talk, and that can make it really difficult for them to convey their feelings. Cats and dogs are incredibly skilled at hiding subtle signs of discomfort and pain, often suffering for weeks, months, or sometimes years without...