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  • Sep 23 2020

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    Send Your Dog Back to School

    Back to school is looking a little bit different this year for everyone, even our dogs. But, it’s still the perfect time for your dog to brush up on core…

  • Sep 23 2020

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    How To Train A Cat

    Cats are intelligent animals that can be trained! If you find the right way to work with them, you can teach them wonders. Training your cat will help them be…

  • Sep 16 2020

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    ‘Tis The Season…For Kennel Cough!

    The Dangers of Kennel Cough What Is Kennel Cough? Kennel Cough (also known as canine infectious tracheobronchitis) is a highly contagious respiratory disease. Dogs commonly contract kennel cough at places...
  • Sep 09 2020

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    Fall is Coming! Allergies, Safety and More

    Calm Carrier – Van Ness Pets Okay guys, I’m pretty excited about this carrier! One of the “challenges” for cat visits is encouraging them to come out of their carrier…

  • Sep 02 2020

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    Tick season isn’t over yet. In fact, fall is peak season for the kind we fear the most

    You may think the end of summer heralds the ends of tick season, but one expert says that’s “definitely a myth” she’d like to break. In fact, Katie Clow says fall…

  • Aug 27 2020

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    Preventing Separation Distress During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Our pets are family members, and during the pandemic so many pet owners have been at home with their pets more than ever before. Spending most of our time together…

  • Aug 13 2020

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    Puppies, Kittens, and Worms, Oh My!

    This lovely specimen accompanied a new puppy that was in to see us last week. It measures 21.6″ long! A species of Tapeworm, these long, flatworms live in your pet’s…

  • Aug 07 2020

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    All About Cats!

    3 Cat Tricks To Teach During Kitten Training Teaching a cat to sit or give a paw is simply expanding their natural abilities, and most cats will be happy to…

  • Jul 29 2020

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    Muzzle Training Your Dog, And Look At Some Recent Genetic Studies

    Muzzles—Not Just for Aggression Anymore! For many people, the idea of a muzzle evokes a long-standing association with aggressive dogs. That impression can create feelings of fear and worry when...
  • Jul 15 2020

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    Summer Hazards For Your Pet

    Medical Insurance for Pets We’ve seen many new pets through this COVID season, and some of them, unfortunately, have had some medical needs discovered in the few months after coming…