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Behavior

Ways to Help Fido Cope With Fireworks

July 01, 2021

The Fourth of July is just a few days off. While many of us are looking forward to celebrating America’s birthday, it’s also important to remember that this can be a very dangerous holiday for our canine companions. Many pups are absolutely terrified of fireworks! Here, a local vet lists some ways to help your pooch cope. Early Workout Fido is always a bit calmer after he’s burned off some of his excess zoomies. Before … Read More »

Introducing a Dog to Your Resident Cat

June 15, 2021

Are you about to adopt a dog? Congratulations! Of course, if you have a cat, your feline pal probably won’t be as enthusiastic as we are. First impressions are a very big deal to pets, so it’s important to take your time with introductions. Read on as a local vet offers some advice on introducing your canine and feline friends and getting them started out on the right paw. Sniff Before bringing Fido in, put … Read More »

How to Make Your Puppy’s Training Stick

June 01, 2021

Have you recently added a puppy to your household? Congratulations on your new addition! Puppies are a lot of work, but they’re also loads of fun. One of the most important aspects of raising a well-mannered and well-adjusted puppy is proper training. The question is, how do you make your puppy’s training stick? There’s no sense in training your puppy when they’re young only for your hard work to go to waste.  Use these simple … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Dog Care

Help! My Dog Won’t Stop Sneezing

May 01, 2021

Just like you, your dog sneezes sometimes. Most often, it’s simply because small particles of dust, dirt, grass, or other materials make their way into the nasal passages—your dog uses their nose to explore the world, after all. But what happens if your dog sneezes frequently, or won’t stop sneezing? Here are some of the most common reasons that dogs sneeze:  Play Sneezing Did you know that most dogs sneeze when they’re playing? Whether your … Read More »

Is Your Cat Licking Herself Too Much?

December 01, 2020

If you own a cat, you’ll notice that she licks herself frequently. Cats spend a lot of time grooming themselves by licking, so this behavior in and of itself isn’t abnormal. But it’s possible for a cat to lick herself too much—this is known in the veterinary world as overgrooming. Read on to find out more from your local veterinarian. What Counts as Overgrooming? Since cats spend somewhere between 25 and 50 percent of their … Read More »

Why Do Cats Like to Sleep So Much?

November 01, 2020

Cats come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and personalities, but they share one thing in common: they love sleeping. In fact, cats sleep on average around 15 hours per day, and can even sleep up to 20 hours in a single 24-hour period. That’s a lot of slumber for your feline friend! You might wonder why your cat rests so much—read on to find out more about your cat’s sleeping habits.  Why Cats Sleep … Read More »

Helping Your Cat and Dog Get Along

September 15, 2020

Do you have both a cat and a dog? In some cases, Fluffy and Fido bond very closely, and become BFFs. In other cases, they may fight like, well, cats and dogs. A local vet offers some tips on helping your furry pals make peace. Keep Fido Active Dogs tend to be much calmer and better behaved when they are getting enough exercise and playtime. Take time to walk and play with Fido every day. … Read More »

What to Make of Your Dog’s Howling

September 01, 2020

Have you ever heard your dog howl? It’s something that many of our canine friends do, especially certain breeds like Beagles, Bloodhounds, Coonhounds, Foxhounds, Alaskan Malamutes, Dachshunds, and Huskies. But what’s behind this unique behavior? Read on to learn more about your dog’s howling and whether or not it’s a cause for concern. When Howling is Normal Your dog’s ancient ancestor, the wild wolf, used howling as a way of communicating with other pack members … Read More »

How to Introduce Two Dogs

April 15, 2020

At some point or another, your dog will almost certainly meet another dog. It might be because you’re adopting a second pup to add to your family, or simply because you’re passing another dog during a walk. But in either case, you’ll want to know how to introduce two dogs properly so that everything goes smoothly. Here are a few guidelines: Take Things Slow Rule number one: take it slow. Tossing two dogs together and … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Dog Care

Dog Training Mistakes

January 01, 2020

January is National Train Your Dog Month! Of course, Fido’s education is important all year long. Training is really what makes the difference between your pooch being a ‘Good dog’ and being, well, a bit unruly. Here, a vet lists some common dog training mistakes. Inconsistency There are many schools of thought when it comes to dog training. You can opt to go with clicker training, or stick to more basic options. Each method has … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Dog Care

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