• May 24 2018

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    Springtime Garden Dangers for your Pet

    The snow is gone, and the trees are finally starting to show the green buds of new life. For many gardeners, it is time to dust off their gloves and take up their tools to transform their yards from…

  • May 17 2018

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    Cats in the Car – Trips to the Veterinarian

    Getting your cat to your veterinarian may seem like an impossible task – how does your cat “know” when it’s time for the appointment? And how does your cat suddenly seem to have 8 legs when…

  • May 10 2018

    Stop the Spray- Keeping Skunks at Bay

    Spring has sprung, and the critters that have been sleepily overwintering have begun the grand venture out from their winter retreats. This time of year can be intriguing for pets. New sights, sounds,…

  • May 03 2018

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    It’s National Pet Week!

    National Pet Week has been celebrated during the first week of May for over 35 years. It was created to encourage responsible pet ownership, celebrate the human-animal bond, and increase public…

  • Apr 26 2018

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    World Veterinary Day April 28th, 2018

    In April 1863, Professor John Gamgee initiated a meeting of veterinarians and professors of veterinary medicine from all over Europe. This conference attracted 103 veterinary professionals from 10…

  • Apr 19 2018

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    International Guide Dog Day- April 25th

    You have probably seen them around town, in the grocery store, or at the park – the cute puppies with the colored vests identifying them as guide dogs-in-training and asking you not to pet them. Or…

  • Apr 12 2018

    April 8-14th is National Animal Care and Control Appreciation Week!

    What exactly is the job of Animal Care and Control Personnel (also known as Animal Control Officers)? Aren’t they “just dog catchers”? Visions of the dog catcher taking Tramp away to ‘the…