Monthly Archives: June 2018

Saturdays are made to relax!

Enjoy all your pets today.  Pets know the days of the week and are ready to have a whole day with you!  Get out there and take your dog for a walk.

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Summertime Treats

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A few canine fun facts

Dogs paw prints are each unique, similar to our fingerprints!  We offer clay paw prints for $15.  You can do puppy prints as well as adult prints. Tail wagging is your dog’s language!  Wagging certain directions can mean they are happy or frightened.  Intense wagging can mean they are tense. Dogs dream just like we […]

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Cat Scratch Disease: Are you at risk

With summer comes a new batch of kittens.  Cat scratches are common!  Good information. Cat Scratch disease is caused by a bacteria which is spread among cats by fleas. Humans becomes infected by cat scratches and bites. one third of the diagnoses were in children 5-9 years of age. To reduce the risk for cat […]

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National Adopt a Cat Month

Make sure you bring your new treasure in for a wellness exam, deworming and vaccines!  We can help ward off any potential problems or health concerns from the get go!

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pet age equivalents to humans

 

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That’s what I love about Sundays!

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First Aid tip & emergencies with your pet

Many people believe their veterinarian should handle all their pets needs at all hours of the day or night.  At VIP Animal Care we make every effort to take care of your pets illness and well visits. But…we may at times need to refer you to a specialist or emergency medicine for those times we […]

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A Few Feline Facts

Did you know… Adult cats usually sleep 15-18 hours per day!!  It’s okay that Miss Kitty is dosing again! Kittens can sleep 90% of the day as newborns and 20 hours per day for 8-12 weeks of day kittens. Senior cats will go back to the amount they needed as a kitten, needing about 20 […]

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Senior Pet Health

Many times when our furry friends begin aging, we start noticing changes in their behavior or activity level. And while it’s easy to blame some of those changes on old age, it’s possible that your pet is experiencing some early signs of arthritis. Have you noticed that she’s slowing down on walks or taking the […]

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