Does Your Pet Dream? Yes!
Ever hear your dog making little muffled barking noises while sleeping? Or watch your napping cat twitch her paws or tail? Well, if you think they’re dreaming, there’s evidence to support the fact that you’re right. In fact, dogs, cats and every mammal studied has experienced dreams, according to globalanimal.org. There are two main types…
National Check Your Pet’s Microchip Day is August 15th
Has your pet ever gone missing? It’s the scariest feeling in the world! You check all around the house, you check the yard, the neighborhood, but reality hits you…your pet is gone. FACT: Unfortunately 1 in 3 pets goes missing during its lifetime. 90% of those pets never return home due to inadequate ID….
How to Care for Your Pets when Man or Mother Nature Sets Off Fireworks
It’s that time of year when outdoor noise levels increase substantially due to seasonal storms and outdoor fireworks. If you’ve a pet that reacts poorly to loud noises, there can be emotional fireworks in your home, too. Tips for Calming Your Pet: Stay calm and project an air of confidence. Pets are sensitive to their owners’…
How to Protect Your Pet in Winter
We’ve had a number of patients lately come in with damaged paws and other injuries thanks to frigid temps and snow. Below are some tips on how you can protect your pet in winter, and remember the rule-of-thumb: If it feels too cold for you, it’s too cold for your pet. Protect Their Paws Salt…
My Pet Ate Something BAD!
It’s a fact…pets swallow the craziest things! Over the years we’ve removed so many pairs of underwear, ropes and toys from pets’ “insides” that we’ve lost count. For example, we recently had a dog try to eat two treats at the same time and passed out when they lodged in the back of his throat. In…
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