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5 Pawsome Reasons to Have a Dog Party

June 15, 2021

Dog Party Day is coming up June 21st. After a long year of lockdowns and quarantines, many people are really planning to make the most of this summer, and reunite with friends and family they haven’t seen in a while. A dog party is a great way to do that! A Georgetown, IN vet lists some reasons why in this article. Socialization Dogs are very social animals by nature. In the wild, Fido would spend … Read More »

Yard Pupgrades for Summer

June 01, 2021

Dogs are very playful and active. While every pooch has their own unique exercise needs and preferences, most, if not all, of them will enjoy and benefit from having an outdoor space of their own to run and play in. If you have a back yard, you may want to consider adding a few features to make it more fun for your canine pal. A Georgetown, IN vet lists a few ‘pawsome’ options in this … Read More »

Cute Ways to Pamper a Senior Cat

May 15, 2021

Did you know that it’s no longer uncommon for cats to live well into their late teens or even their 20’s? You won’t notice drastic changes happening quickly as your kitty ages, but Fluffy will benefit from some extra TLC in her golden years. Here, a Georgetown, IN vet offers some tips on keeping a senior cat comfy and purring. Beds All cats are sleepy, but senior ones are purrticularly tired. Fluffy may spend up … Read More »

Things Cats Just Don’t Care About

April 15, 2021

Cats have it pretty easy. Fluffy doesn’t have to worry about bills, errands, or any of the other things her humans handle. In fact, there are actually quite a few things that kitties can’t be bothered to worry about. A Georgetown, IN vet lists some key ones below. Your Privacy Many kitties like to follow their humans around like furry little shadows. This is cute, but it can also be awkward. There’s really no need … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Cat Care

Pet First-Aid Awareness

April 01, 2021

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month! While no one wants to think of their beloved pet being injured, accidents can and do happen. If something should go wrong, being prepared in advance can make all the difference. Of course, if your pet is ever hurt, you’ll need to get them to the vet or emergency clinic right away. However, you may need to stabilize them before transporting them. That’s where first-aid preparation comes in. … Read More »

5 Ways To Pamper Your Cat On Respect Your Cat Day

March 15, 2021

There’s a very important pet holiday coming up. Respect Your Cat Day is March 28th! Showing your kitty proper respect doesn’t mean hanging portraits of her or installing catnip gardens and stocked fishponds. It really just means understanding some of Fluffy’s innate needs. A Georgetown, IN vet lists some ‘purrfect’ ways to celebrate this special occasion below. Scratching Post Fluffy is very dedicated to keeping her paw daggers sharp, and with good reason. Kitties depend … Read More »

If Your Cat Had Thumbs

March 01, 2021

There’s a pretty fun and whimsical pet holiday coming up: March 3rd is It Pets Had Thumbs Day! Our feline friends are very curious and mischievous. They can also be, well, a bit bratty at times. What do you think your kitty would do if she suddenly grew opposable thumbs? A Georgetown, IN vet lists a few ‘pawsible’ options below. Put The Dog Out Cats and dogs sometimes become the best of friends. However, at … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Cat Care

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

February 15, 2021

Does your dog get upset if you leave him alone for too long? If so, Fido may be suffering from separation anxiety. This is actually a pretty common issue among our canine pals. A local Georgetown, IN vet offers some more information on it below. Causes Separation anxiety is actually rooted in the fact that dogs are pack animals by nature. Your pooch is hardwired to thrive in group settings. Fido tends to think of … Read More »

Easy Ways to Keep Your Cat Healthy

February 01, 2021

February is National Cat Health Month! Kitties are known for being easy keepers. However, Fluffy is quite small and fragile, and she is susceptible to illness and injury. A Georgetown, IN veterinarian offers some tips on keeping your feline buddy healthy and purring in this article. Good Food It’s probably no surprise to find proper nutrition at the top of the list. Making sure that Fluffy is getting high-quality food will go a long way … Read More »

Keeping Your Cat Warm and Purring

January 15, 2021

Are you ready for spring? It’s getting closer, but for many places, this is the coldest part of the year. Your feline buddy may have a fur coat on, but she isn’t immune to the cold. Here, a vet offers some tips on keeping Fluffy comfy and purring. Warm Beds Kitties absolutely love warm napping spots. Make sure Fluffy has a few good beds. Store-bought beds are fine, but your sleepy pet will also happily … Read More »

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