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Your Vet's Office: A Helpful Place

When you love your pet, looking at the sheer list of diseases to which they are susceptible can be heartbreaking. There's parvo, rabies, distemper, salmonella — and those are just a few of the contagious diseases! Thankfully, there is a place where you can get some peace of mind, and that is within your vet's office. Your vet can not only vaccinate your pet against various illnesses, they can also offer you various disease-prevention tips to help keep your furry friend in good shape. Read the articles on this blog for more information, and rest assured that you'll be a better-informed pet owner.

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Helping Your Dog With the Moving Transition
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If you are a dog owner, you may be concerned about

3 Tips To Keep Your Anxious Dog Calm Throughout Summer
21 July 2020

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5 Signs Your Dog Needs To See A Veterinarian
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Your dog is a member of your family and you would

Summer Tips For Your Dog
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Summertime is quickly approaching, which means tha

What To Expect If Your Dog Inhales A Foxtail
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Foxtails are a lot more trouble than they look. A

Helping Your Dog With the Moving Transition

If you are a dog owner, you may be concerned about them if you are going to move into a new home in the near future. After all, moving is not just stressful for you, but also for your dog. They can sense your stress and with all of the packing and commotion around your home, they can sense that something big is happening. So, the question becomes, what can you do to make moving easier on your dog? Read More 

3 Tips To Keep Your Anxious Dog Calm Throughout Summer

Summer is the time when a lot of people are going out more, having people over more often, and setting off fireworks. Combine this with the thunderstorms rolling through each week, and it can equate to a lot of noise and changes for your dog. If your dog is an anxious dog, the summer months can be awful for your furry pal. The added noise and the coming and going can throw off your dog's routine and leave them whining, whimpering, hiding, or doing other things they wouldn't typically do. Read More 

5 Signs Your Dog Needs To See A Veterinarian

Your dog is a member of your family and you would do anything for them. In addition to feeding your dog nutritious food and taking them on regular walks, you have to know when they are not feeling well and require medical attention. Here are a few signs your dog needs to go see a veterinarian soon.  Excessive Thirst Be mindful of how much water your dog drinks every day. If you find yourself refilling their water bowl more frequently than usual, it may be a cause for concern. Read More 

Summer Tips For Your Dog

Summertime is quickly approaching, which means that temperature outside is going to change drastically from needing a light jacket to needing a fan on you constantly. Your dog is going to feel this temperature change as well. In summer, he is going to need some extra care to help keep your dog healthy and happy. Summer doesn't just mean warmer weather, it means other hazards and toxins are abound that could harm your dog, and you need to be careful. Read More 

What To Expect If Your Dog Inhales A Foxtail

Foxtails are a lot more trouble than they look. A foxtail can potentially get inhaled through the windpipe and get lodged in there, or worse yet, it could make it to the lungs. If your vet has suspicions that your dog has inhaled a foxtail, then this is what you can expect from the process of getting it out. Minor Surgery The first thing your vet will likely do is to take some scans to determine where the foxtail is stuck in your dog's body. Read More