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What to Know About Grain-Free Dog Food

July 15, 2021

You’ve probably heard about grain-free or gluten-free products over the past few years. They’ve gained a lot of popularity recently, and grain-free products have found their way into the pet food world, too. But is a grain-free diet right for your dog? Let’s take a closer look at what grain-free means and whether or not it’s the right choice for your pet.  What is grain-free dog food?  Grain-free dog food is just what it sounds … Read More »

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 »

Invisible Fences: Do or Don’t?

April 15, 2021

As you may know, our canine companions love to run and play outside. The vast majority of dogs will both enjoy and benefit from having a fenced-in yard. If you’re looking at installing fencing, so your pup can have an outdoor play space, you may be wondering about invisible fences. A local vet lists some things to consider below. Pros Invisible fences do offer some appealing benefits. One of the bigger selling points is that … Read More »

4 Steps to Protect Your Pet Against Rabies

April 01, 2021

Just the word “rabies” tends to conjure up some frightening images in the mind’s eye. And because rabies is a zoonotic disease, meaning that it can be transmitted from animals to humans, it’s particularly dangerous. Luckily, rabies has been all but eliminated in the United States and many other parts of the world thanks to modern vaccination and wild animal control measures. Still, you’ll want to take the proper precautions to make sure your pet … Read More »

Choosing the Right Collar for Your Dog

March 15, 2021

If you’ve recently adopted a new dog, one of the first things you’ll need to purchase for your pet is a collar. Every dog needs a good collar, and it’s up to you to find the right one. The question is, how do you know what to choose? There are certainly a lot of options out there. Read on to find out more about choosing the right collar for your canine companion.  The Importance of … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care, General

Professional Pet Sitters Week

March 01, 2021

International Pet Sitters Week is the first week of March! This event was founded by PSI, the world’s largest professional pet sitters organization. While your canine buddy would love to go everywhere with you, that just isn’t always possible. And, while many people have been working from home this year, there are still times that people need to leave their dogs in the care of others. A local vet discusses pet sitting below. Benefits of … Read More »

Understanding the Puppy Teething Process

February 01, 2021

Aside from protecting the sofa legs from your puppy’s incessant chewing, there’s not a whole lot to do while your new pet is going through the teething process. Knowing the details of teething is a good idea, though. That way, you know what your puppy is going through and when, and you can let your vet know right away if something seems amiss.  Newborn Puppies Just like human babies, puppies are born with no teeth. … Read More »

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Galloway, OH 43119
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Opening Hours:
Due to COVID-19 precautions, hours are by appointment only & include medication, food, & product pick-up.
Mon: 8am – 7pm
Tue: 8am – 12pm
Wed: Closed every other day at 2pm
Thu: 8am – 7pm
Fri: 8am – 6pm
Sat: 8am – 1pm
Closed Labor Day, September 6, 2021

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