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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...

Buckle Up! Car Travel Safety Tips for Pets

Buckle Up! Car Travel Safety Tips for Pets

When taking a vacation or a road trip, you may want to include your pet in the fun and excitement. But, before heading out on your trip, ensure you prepare your pet for travel with the following tips from our team here at Pawsh Place Veterinary Center. #1: Keep your...

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

Although you know you should spay your female pet to prevent a host of medical and behavior issues, as well as unwanted puppies, you may not know what exactly happens during a spay surgery. Since World Spay Day—February 23—is approaching, let's explain the procedure,...

LASER THERAPY 101

LASER THERAPY 101

While laser therapy might sound like an ironic form of torture, its actually a state-of-the-art treatment that accelerates healing for pets. And - as always - Dr. Hatt is here to lay out the facts about this remedy and put a hush to skepticism. Laser therapy was first...

Dogs Dig Calm Musical Vibes

Dogs Dig Calm Musical Vibes

Dogs’ lives are filled with more than just belly rubs, shadow chases, and playing fetch; they also suffer from anxiety as people do. So we’re digging our paws into the facts and laying out everything you should know about canine anxiety – including a musical remedy...

Common Signs of Cognitive Dysfunction in Pets

Common Signs of Cognitive Dysfunction in Pets

As pets age, they can suffer from impaired mental function, which is similar to elderly people with Alzheimer's or dementia. Cognitive dysfunction is one of these behavioral syndromes that affects older pets. However, with careful monitoring, early diagnosis, and...

Tips For Safely Camping With Pets

Tips For Safely Camping With Pets

Have you ever gone camping with your furry friend? With the right preparation, this can be a fun activity for the whole family! Our team here at Pawsh Place has put together some tips to ensure that your pet stays safe during their camping trip.    #1: Practice...

Pet-Friendly Alternatives to Popular Barbecue Foods

Pet-Friendly Alternatives to Popular Barbecue Foods

As we enter the month of July, you may be getting ready to bring out the barbecue grill more often. Every time you break out your grilling apron and tongs, and season a slab of ribs, your pooch’s mouth drips with drool. You may be tempted to let them have a nibble of...

Simple Steps for Introducing Your Shelter Cat to Your Home

Simple Steps for Introducing Your Shelter Cat to Your Home

June is set aside for National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month. Perhaps you are planning on adopting a shelter cat and becoming their forever family. Check out these simple steps for introducing your new feline buddy to your current one.  Step 1: Create separate resource...

What to Consider When Taking in a Foster Pet

What to Consider When Taking in a Foster Pet

One of the silver linings of these challenging times is seeing people step up to help their communities. If you're interested in doing good, consider taking in a shelter pet while they wait for their forever home.  Before sending out your pet foster-parent application...

Prevent Separation Anxiety From Developing in Your Puppy

Prevent Separation Anxiety From Developing in Your Puppy

Because of social distancing, many people have decided to bring home a pet. The companionship of a furry friend is good for the soul, especially during uncertain times. Have you recently brought home a new puppy? While it's probably hard to pull yourself away from...