What NOT To Feed Your Pet During Thanksgiving

What NOT To Feed Your Pet During Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is around the corner, and it is a holiday full of tasty food for humans, but there are many foods that are hazardous to your pet. In this post, we will give you a list of Thanksgiving food that is not pet-friendly. 1. Salty Turkey SkinYour...

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Annual Pet Checkups: Why It’s Important

Annual Pet Checkups: Why It’s Important

As humans, we need to schedule regular checkups for ourselves to make sure we are healthy. In the same way, our pets need regular checkups with their vet as, well. In this post, we are discussing why your pet should see a vet annually.Pets Are Just Like...

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Tips For Giving Your Pets Medication

Tips For Giving Your Pets Medication

Is anything more challenging than medicating your pet? Gel capsules, eye drops, ear ointments, or liquid medications have all been spat out, gagged up, or avoided through biting, scratching, or alligator rolling. Most pet owners have nothing on Steve...

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How to Manage Your Pet’s Separation Anxiety

How to Manage Your Pet’s Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety, while relatively common in pets, may be mistaken for other issues. For example, inappropriate elimination is often chalked up to spite or a urinary tract infection, juvenile behavior may destroy the furniture, and pain may be the...

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A Day in the Life of a Veterinary Technician

A Day in the Life of a Veterinary Technician

When you visit our clinic with your pet, much of your appointment is handled by a veterinary technician. But, have you ever wondered what exactly a veterinary technician does? To meet our entire team, including our outstanding technicians, click...

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What You Need to Know About Canine Bloat

What You Need to Know About Canine Bloat

Gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), also known as bloat, occurs when a dog’s stomach becomes blocked, and gas and fluid accumulate, causing the stomach to stretch to many times its normal size. The bloated stomach causes severe pain, and it is prone to twist. When the...

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Get Started on the Right Paw: Puppy Socialization Tips

Get Started on the Right Paw: Puppy Socialization Tips

Congratulations! You’ve added a new puppy to your family, and everyone is loving the puppy kisses, nonstop energy, and playful shenanigans. But, a new puppy isn’t all fun and games. Young dogs require proper socialization and training to prevent behavior problems from...

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6 Facts Every Dog Owner Should Know About Heatstroke

6 Facts Every Dog Owner Should Know About Heatstroke

Some of the best things about summer are the outdoor activities this time of year. We all love having fun in the sun! But, summer isn’t all fun and games. The heat of summer can be dangerous for dogs. Here’s what you need to know to keep your pup safe as the...

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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Dogs aren’t usually picky about what they eat, and many items our dogs choose to consume—like the contents of the cat’s litter box or a favorite pair of shoes—can leave us feeling confused or frustrated. One common item on the menu for many dogs is grass. But, why do...

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Fourth of July Safety Tips for Pets

Fourth of July Safety Tips for Pets

The Fourth of July: There’s nothing like celebrating freedom by having fun with friends at backyard barbecues and fireworks shows. But, the Fourth of July often isn’t as fun for our furry friends. Keep these tips in mind to enjoy a safe Independence Day with your...

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