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3 Reasons Why Socialization for Your Pet Is Important

3 Reasons Why Socialization for Your Pet Is Important

3 Ways Inadequate Socialization Can Affect Your Pet’s Life Do you know the importance of socializing your pet? Socializing your pet early on is essential in helping them build up confidence. Ensuring your pet has a variety of positive experiences in the world around...

Keep Your Cat Enriched in 3 Easy Wasy

Keep Your Cat Enriched in 3 Easy Wasy

3 Ways to Enrich Your Cat’s Life If your cat has been displaying problematic behavior lately, it may be because they are bored. Without adequate enrichment, your cat may begin to display problem behaviors. Boredom and stress from lack of physical and mental...

How to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

How to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month! It's an excellent time to ensure you are keeping your furry friend happy and healthy. When you decided to become a pup owner, you committed to providing for them and all their needs. Follow these tips to ensure you are a...

Tips to Successfully Medicating Your Pet

Tips to Successfully Medicating Your Pet

Does medicating your pet tend to result in scratches, bites, and frustration? You can treat your furry friend safely and successfully by learning how to medicate them correctly using a positive, non-threatening approach.   #1: Talk to your pet’s veterinarian...

Tips To Get Your Kitty To Use Its Litter Box

Tips To Get Your Kitty To Use Its Litter Box

If you’ve ever lived with a cat, then you understand the seemingly unsolvable problem of inappropriate urination. All you want is for your cat to use the litter box like a good kitty—but instead, your feline friend is doing its business on your bed, under the sink, in...

Common Pet Vaccination Questions Answered

Common Pet Vaccination Questions Answered

Vaccinations are a critical part of your pet’s health care. Despite what we may like to think, our pets encounter illness every day. Vaccination is the single most effective measure you can take to keep your dog or cat healthy. It’s one of the ways we can fight back...

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26072 Highway 30
Rainier, Oregon 97048
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