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Secrets To Medicate Your Pet

Secrets To Medicate Your Pet

Every pet owner has a responsibility to ensure that their beloved companion is healthy and happy. While the daily food, water, and exercise needs are a top priority, it’s also necessary to provide any essential medications regularly. It’s no secret that medicating...

Create Your Own Pet Disaster Plan

Create Your Own Pet Disaster Plan

Wouldn't it be nice to have a plan in place for when you lose your pet or when disaster strikes? A disaster could mean an unexpected house fire, or it could mean a tornado forms right outside the window of your home. It would be nice to have a plan in place if one of...

How to Make Your Cat’s Next Trip to the Vet Easier

How to Make Your Cat’s Next Trip to the Vet Easier

Bringing your cat to the veterinarian can be stressful—for both you and your cat. A veterinary visit does not have to turn into a three-ring circus, complete with a vanishing cat act. Use these tips to help make your cat’s trip to our practice a little easier, and...

3 Ways Your Dog Can Beat Back-To-School Blues

3 Ways Your Dog Can Beat Back-To-School Blues

To most dogs, the beginning of summer means long hours of playing in the backyard and getting lots of attention. By the time September rolls around, and kids are back to school, you might see your dog start to act a little differently. It’s common for dogs to get...

Grooming Tips for Your Pet

Grooming Tips for Your Pet

In the summertime, do you chop off all your hair for a cool and comfortable haircut? While that may help you in the summer heat, shaving your furry friend down to the skin could actually do more harm than good. Learn how to keep your four-legged friend cool this...

3 Tips to Prevent Heatstroke in Your Pet

3 Tips to Prevent Heatstroke in Your Pet

Enjoy some fun in the sun this summer with your fur baby while keeping them safe from the dangers of heatstroke. You should still go outside to play and exercise with them but take some precautions when doing so. Here are three tips to help keep your four-legged...

Tips to Enjoy Camping with Your Pet This Summer

Tips to Enjoy Camping with Your Pet This Summer

Before packing up your pet and camping supplies, check out the following tips to ensure your camping adventure goes smoothly.    #1: Take your pet on a camping trial run Have a trial run in your backyard to see how your pet will handle sleeping in a tent. Follow...

Preparing Your Pet for the Workplace

Preparing Your Pet for the Workplace

Your pet was probably your favorite coworker while you worked from home this past year. You may not enjoy that benefit much longer and have to head back into the office. Fortunately, June 25 is Take Your Dog to Work Day, so you may be able to work with your best bud...

Hiking Safety Tips for Pets This Summer

Hiking Safety Tips for Pets This Summer

With the rising temperatures this summer, it’s the perfect time to get outdoors with your pet. However, you want to make sure your pet stays safe while enjoying the great outdoors. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.   #1: Stock up on parasite prevention for...

Pet Microchipping Myths

Pet Microchipping Myths

Did you know many pet owners are unsure how microchips work? Many may avoid getting these potentially life saving devices for their pets because of it. Our team banishes common pet microchipping myths to clear up any confusion.   Myth: My pet needs to be sedated...

Anesthesia: What to Expect

Anesthesia: What to Expect

Whether the patient is a person or a pet, undergoing anesthesia carries some risk of complications. If the situation is not an emergency, your veterinarian will examine your pet and might run some tests, such as blood work, to help identify those risks. Your...