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Are Your Cat’s Hairballs a Sign of a Health Problem?

Are Your Cat’s Hairballs a Sign of a Health Problem?

Cat owners know that their felines will cough up the occasional hairball, but what does it mean if they are doing so several times a week? Small piles of vomit mixed with fur are often mistaken for hairballs, so owners aren't concerned about a possible...

COVID-19: Facts for Pet Owners

COVID-19: Facts for Pet Owners

We know that life has turned upside down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and that raises a lot of questions and concerns for pet owners. Here are three facts we want you to know.#1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 informationWhile you can turn...

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

In regards to all of the news surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, our team wanted to share some information with you.At this time, animals cannot get the virus. Our clinic is still open and continuing to provide a clean, safe environment. Our...

Why Does Your Puppy Need to Be Socialized?

Why Does Your Puppy Need to Be Socialized?

Do you have a new puppy? One of the best things you can do for your tiny canine friend is to ensure she's properly socialized. Without positively exposing your puppy to new sights, sounds, people, pets, and places during the prime socialization window of 3...

5 Steps for Getting Ready for a Pet Sitter

5 Steps for Getting Ready for a Pet Sitter

The holidays seem so long ago, and many of us may be itching for a little vacation. Are you planning a spring break trip? If you're leaving your furry friend at home, get your pet and home ready for a sitter by following these steps.#1: Leave detailed...

Cracking the Code on Your Cat’s Body Language

Cracking the Code on Your Cat’s Body Language

Confused about what your cat might be thinking or feeling? Pay a little closer attention to your feline friend's body language. Cats speak volumes through their whiskers, tails, eyes, and more.Signs of an afraid catCats who are afraid can become...

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