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Deer and Elk Mating Season

October 9, 2018

During deer and elk mating season, bulls and bucks can get aggressive and pose a serious danger to dogs they encounter, especially those who are assertive or curious. It’s never a good idea to let your dog approach wildlife, but it’s especially risky during rutting season in the fall. Some tips for keeping you and […]

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Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween can be a fun and tasty holiday for people—but not so much for our pets. Constantly opening the door for trick-or-treaters, unusual costumes and noises can often put animals on edge. Here are some ideas for keeping your cat or dog safe and serene on Halloween. Put your pets in a quiet place away […]

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Got A Scaredy-Cat? We Can Help!

October 2, 2018

Indoor or outdoor, cats need regular wellness exams—but statistics show that after their initial kitten vaccinations, pet owners tend to take cats to the vet about half as often as dogs. The #1 reason? Pet owners say their cats hate going to the vet—and they put up quite a fight. But there are some things […]

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Our Vets Are Out for Blood!

It can be frightening to see your pet get older. The fact is, our animal companions age much faster than we do, so illness and disease progress faster as well. But there is something that may ward off those terrifying conditions: senior exams and blood screenings. While every pet ages differently, most dogs become seniors […]

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Rabbit Care 101

September 21, 2018

Rabbits can make wonderful pets. They are curious, independent and can be socialized to enjoy interaction with their owners and other pets in the household. Today, many breeds of rabbits are recognized, with variable coats, ear length and size and body conformation. Rabbits are generally not well suited to be a child’s first pet. They […]

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