Monthly Archives: March 2018

Feline Inappropriate Urination!

House soiling refers to indoor urination and/or defecation outside the litter box and includes urine and fecal marking. House soiling can cost many cats their home or life despite treatment being largely successful. So why is your kitty not using her litter box? Medical:  Does she have a bladder infection, urinary tract infection, bladder stones, or […]

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Hello Spring

It is also great to get your heart worm test and prevention for fleas, ticks and heart worm.

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Happy Monday

Happy Monday.  Warmer weather means mosquitos, fleas and wet weather.  Come on in for a wellness exam, vaccines and a heartworm test.  And remember that the exam is always free with vaccines.  All the heartworm prevention deals are going on now.

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Happy Sunday

Our pets bring us joy but can also be trying.  We must utilize patience when teaching new routines, tricks, etc and have faith that a new treatment will work as we want it too.  What a great saying to remember on Sunday.

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Happy St. Patricks Day

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Happy Friday

This weekend is supposed to be warm, so get out there and take a walk with your pet.  One walk at a time will help.  I know my little dog has put on a bit of  “Extra Cover” this winter.   We Close at 5pm today  

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Where to massage your dog!

Have you ever noticed that some spots automatically calm your pet?  Every morning, each of the dogs enjoy their faces being rubbed.  I never thought about how calming it is to them and how they get used to that routine.  By doing this, I can feel and get a good look at their eyes, ears […]

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Spring Hair Fun Facts!

Just a few random tips to help with your pets! Did you know that you can buy a lint roller on a stick like using a mop or sweeper.  This is fabulous to clean up the dog and cat hair on the floor. Baking soda is a great deodorizer on your carpet as well as […]

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Today is Canine Veterans Day

  The embodiment of a “working dog” is a canine veteran of the military or police.   These dogs sniff out drugs, bombs, find children and adults and have no thought of their own well being while doing it. If you see a hard working canine officer today, thank his handler and ask what you […]

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Desensitization with your pets

Yesterday’s post talked about pet phobias.  To follow up on that post, today we would like to talk about ways to help with those phobias like desensitizing your pet to some of those fears. One of the phobias I talked about yesterday was riding in cars.  My border collie loved to ride until he was […]

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