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A Budget-Friendly Guide to Caring for an Aging Pet

A Budget-Friendly Guide to Caring for an Aging Pet

As a loving pet owner, you want your four-legged friend to live a happy, healthy, and long life. As your pet gets older, they will require more care and attention. Senior pets are more likely to experience vision deficits and hearing loss, for example, and are at...

Avoid These Foods For Your Feline

Avoid These Foods For Your Feline

Cats can be pretty picky when it comes to what they like to eat. While finding something new for your kitty to enjoy, be sure to avoid anything that may not be safe for them to snack on! Check out this list of unsafe feline foods that might surprise you:   Tuna A...

Steps to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump

Steps to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump

Is your pooch an excited jumper? While having that happy face greet you at the door is a great end to the workday, we want to give you steps for how to stop them from jumping.   Step 1: Remain calm when greeting your dog We know it’s tough, but abandon the...

3 Ways to Celebrate Your Love for Cats

3 Ways to Celebrate Your Love for Cats

3 Ways to Celebrate Your Love for Cats   December is dedicated to cats as National Cat Lovers Month! Although your feline friend likely demands a celebration every month of the year, this month is extra special. Commemorate the bond you share with your furry...

Thanksgiving and Pets

Thanksgiving and Pets

Thanksgiving and Pets   Thanksgiving is exciting for the whole family, including your pets. While the gatherings will be smaller this year the smells and excitement still linger. But a festive time for you could be a stressful or dangerous time for your pets....

Spot Pain in Your Pet

Spot Pain in Your Pet

Valley Vet Clinic knows no pet owner wants to see their fur baby in pain. Cats and dogs are incredibly skilled at hiding subtle signs of discomfort and pain, often suffering for weeks, months, or sometimes years without complaint. To help pet owners identify pain in...

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Rainier, Oregon 97048
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