Why Should You Trim Your Pet’s Nails?

Why Should You Trim Your Pet’s Nails?

For many pet owners, trimming a pet’s nails—dog or cat—can seem like a daunting task. And, if you haven’t regularly trimmed your pet’s nails since he was young, chances are you’ll have a difficult time doing it effectively now. Keeping your pet’s nails...

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How To Leash Train Your Puppy

How To Leash Train Your Puppy

Many of us have done it: brought a new puppy home, put on the collar and leash, and attempted to go for a walk, only to end up carrying said puppy back home because he can’t figure out that he’s supposed to actually walk while on the leash. Here, we will...

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4 Ways to Keep Your Pet at a Healthy Weight

4 Ways to Keep Your Pet at a Healthy Weight

Overweight and obese pets are at increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, orthopedic disease, and more. Here are four ways to keep your pet at a healthy weight:1. Feed appropriately Your pet’s food should be labeled for her...

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3 Reasons to Walk With Your Pet in August

3 Reasons to Walk With Your Pet in August

Why should you walk your pet in August (and every other month of the year, too)? Because walking your pet regularly provides plenty of benefits for both of you. Here are three reasons to get outside and go on a walk with your pup.Walking helps to keep you...

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Caring For Your Cat Through The Years

Caring For Your Cat Through The Years

Cats: They’re curious, mysterious, and fiercely independent. And, while we can’t completely unlock the mystery that is your feline friend, we can guide on caring for your cat through her lifetime. Here’s your guide to basic feline veterinary care from...

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Keeping Your Pet Calm On The 4th Of July

Keeping Your Pet Calm On The 4th Of July

The Fourth of July is approaching, and who doesn’t love a good fireworks display? Well, for starters, your pet. While we understand and expect the loud bangs and booms of the Fourth, your pet doesn’t, and the typical noises of the holiday are often...

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What Your Pet’s Body Language is Saying

What Your Pet’s Body Language is Saying

How well can you decipher your dog’s body language and his attempts to communicate with you? Does a wagging tail always indicate happiness? Does panting always mean a dog is hot? If you have a concern about your dog's behavior, be sure to ask us at your...

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Your Dog & Heartworm Disease

Your Dog & Heartworm Disease

For Heartworm Awareness Month, it's important to know about the disease so that you can help your beloved dog be protected from it. Today, we are talking about what it is, how it's spread, and what types of preventative measures you can take. What is...

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Pet Goals: Preventative Care

Pet Goals: Preventative Care

Just like we know things we can do to live a better life, did you know there are many things we can do for our pets, too? This Spring, let’s help them live their best life. Here are a few simple routines we can add to help our pets thrive: Exercise more —...

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