December 2019 Pet of the Month

December 2019 Pet of the Month

Congratulations to our December Pet of the Month – Maddie! Maddie was adopted by her wonderful family in summer of 2006. She was initially listed as ineligible for adoption because she was microchipped and there was a waiting period for her previous owners to receive...

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Using Positive Reinforcement to Train Your Pet

Using Positive Reinforcement to Train Your Pet

The eighth annual National Train Your Dog Month will focus on training the family dog with basic, everyday manners—sit, down, stay, walking on a loose leash, wait, and coming when called. The Association of Professional Dog Trainers is offering free...

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Can Dogs Get The Flu Too?

Can Dogs Get The Flu Too?

With the colder months approaching, humans are not the only ones who can catch the flu, your dog can too! Coughing canine? Drowsy doggie? As cases of canine influenza (dog flu) have been confirmed in an increasing number of U.S. states, many dog caretakers...

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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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