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4th of July: How to Keep Your Pet Safe

4th of July: How to Keep Your Pet Safe

The Fourth of July: There’s nothing like celebrating this holiday by having fun with a backyard barbecue and watching some fireworks. But, the Fourth of July often isn’t as fun for our furry friends. Our team has some tips to help you enjoy a safe Independence Day...

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Hiking Safety Tips for Pets

Hiking Safety Tips for Pets

With temperatures warming up, you may be ready to take your furry friend on a hiking adventure! If this is the case, here are our team's tips to keep your pet safe while enjoying the fresh air and sunshine.   #1: Stock up on parasite prevention for your pet...

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Common Myths About Microchips

Common Myths About Microchips

This month is Chip Your Pet Month and many pet owners are unsure exactly how microchips work. Luckily, our team is here to help debunk some common pet microchipping myths!   Myth: My pet needs to be sedated for a microchip Truth: Although we may recommend...

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Holiday Pet Hazards

Holiday Pet Hazards

The holiday season has arrived and with COVID-19 keeping us local, most of us will be celebrating with our immediate families, and, fortunately, that means celebrating with our pets! Keep the following tips in mind for a safe festive season for our furry family members.

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Separation Anxiety: New Challenges In Light Of A Global Pandemic

Separation Anxiety: New Challenges In Light Of A Global Pandemic

Many pets do not know how to cope with the sudden isolation they are facing. As kids go back to school and pet parents return to the work-force, many of the pets who enjoyed extended daily walks in the park and snuggling on the couch during Netflix binges suddenly find themselves in a quiet and empty home. Even dogs with no history of prior separation anxiety may find it challenging to cope with the perceived abandonment.

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