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How To Stop Your Dog From Chasing Things

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Why Do Dogs Chase? If you’re reading this blog, your dog may be exhibiting behavior that you are finding difficult to control, such as chasing cars, other animals, or even people. You are not alone. Many dogs don’t have a high drive to hunt or chase and are content just playing fetch, or cuddling on […]

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Vet Talks: How to Help Your Dog Naturally with Neurological Disorders

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Neurological disorders are not unique to humans. Dogs and other animals can also have these disorders. The causes for a neurological disease in dogs are remarkably diverse. Some of canine neurological disorders can be associated with genetic factors, parasites, toxic agents, tumors etc. However, even with the evolution of animal medicine, some of the causes of neurological […]

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Supporting Your Pet Through Grief

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Being a pet parent comes with many happy moments but grieving the loss of our loved ones including our pets is an unfortunate part of the job. Losing a loved one is not only really hard on us humans, but it can be equally devastating for the furkiddos who loved them dearly. Pets may show it in […]

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Father’s Day: Which Kind Of Pet Dad Are You?

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Pet parents deal with their pets’ sickness in different ways. They all love their pets, but not all show it the exact same way. Our pet experts come across pet owners from all walks of life, and when it comes to pet dads, we can identify a few broad types. To celebrate Father’s Day, we put these five types […]

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Hope for Chance: Surviving Kidney Stones in Dogs

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Just like hoomans, dogs can also have lots of kidney disorders. When mama Carol welcomed her furkiddo home, Chance, she noticed something wasn’t quite right. Hi my name is Chance. My mama got me from the humane society. She has really nice furniture and I did not want to pee on all of it plus […]

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Olympia: A Pet’s Journey With Multiple Health Issues

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“After the storm, comes a calm” is the perfect sentence to this pet tail we’re about to share with you. Olympia is a 15-year-old kitten with multiple health issues, but her meowmy, Amy has been doing everything she can to keep her healthy and strong and we’re all super proud of both of them. She’s […]

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Back To The Office: Supporting Stressed Pets During Covid

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As we plan on heading back to the office, all pet parents can think about is what we are going to do with our fur kids! Are they going to be okay alone again, after long periods of constant cuddles, and oodles of attention? As we make this transition, here are some tips on how […]

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New Pet Parent Tips: How to Take Care of a Dog

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Bringing a new dog into your life can feel a lot like bringing home a baby. You have to learn about how to interact with and care for a little one that needs you to guide them. You know what they say, “it takes a village”. That’s why we’re here to help you as much as we […]

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Daisy’s Diet: Personalized Pet Nutrition Plan

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Cooking for your pet can be as much fun as cooking for yourself. Between meal preps and finding out what makes your furkiddo jumping up and down when you say the word FOOD there is one thing pet parents usually have a hard time with; knowing the necessary nutrients for your furbaby’s diet. Each pet is different, […]

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Vet Tech Rounds: Teeth Grinding in Cats

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Have you ever heard of teeth grinding in cats? Or maybe you’ve experienced your own kitty doing it. But why do our furkids do this and how can it be prevented? There are many questions surrounding this issue and we have decided to help by answering some of the mysteries surrounding teeth grinding in cats. […]

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