Keep your pet’s holidays merry and bright.

To most people, the holidays provide a time for warmth and celebration. It’s a time for reflection, a time to give thanks. I would venture to say that this holiday season, you’d rather spend time gathered with your family, than in a veterinarian’s office for an emergency visit. Help prevent animal mishaps this holiday season…

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Keep your pup sharp as the weather turns

The days are fast approaching when we will be spending a bit more time indoors rather than out. Much to the dismay of our dogs, I’m sure. So I wanted to give some ideas for keeping our dogs both mentally and physically satiated during our “indoor months”. Hide and seek – the part of a dog’s brain…

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Listen up before picking your pup!

With puppy season just around the corner, we wanted to touch base on what to look for when getting a new puppy. Keep in mind that most of these tips can also be applied to kittens. Whether your new addition is adopted through a local shelter or no-kill rescue, or a breeder across the country, a…

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Caring for your Aging Pet

Just like humans, pet’s needs change as they age, and it can be challenging to maintain their health and happiness. Here are some things to consider so your senior pet remains in tip top shape for as long as possible. First and foremost, make sure your pet is physically fit! Obesity plagues more than half…

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