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Leaving Your Cat Home Alone

June 16, 2022

Summer is upon us! Like many of you, we’re thrilled to see things getting back to normal after years of quarantines and social distancing. It’s probably safe to say that a lot of you will be traveling this summer. While dogs love to accompany their people, well, everywhere, cats tend to be homebodies. In this article, a Georgetown, IN vet discusses leaving Fluffy home by herself. Stimulation Our feline buddies are for some reason collectively … Read More »

Foster A Pet Month

June 01, 2022

June is Foster A Pet Month. Many of our beloved patients were fosters at one point. Fostering fills an incredibly important role when it comes to animal welfare. A local Georgetown, IN vet goes over some information on fostering in this article. Benefits Of Fostering There are many reasons pets may need to be fostered. Young kittens and puppies may still need round the clock care. Then, when they get a little older, they may … Read More »

Tips For Playing With Your Cat

May 17, 2022

Is your feline buddy still frisky and playful? This is always super cute to watch. As it turns out, one of the best things you can do for Fluffy is to play with her regularly. A Georgetown, IN vet offers some advice on playing with kitties in this article. Do It Regularly! First and foremost, take time to play with your furry bff every day. This will benefit Fluffy both mentally and physically. It will … Read More »

Fido’s Golden Years

May 01, 2022

Is your canine companion aged seven or older? If so, you may have a furry retiree on your hands. This is actually a very special time of your pet’s life. Fido also somehow gets even cuter as he grows older, and he’ll be more interested in napping at your feet than chasing squirrels. You will need to make some adjustments to your pup’s care regimen as he gets older, though. A Georgetown, IN vet offers … Read More »

Adopt A Shelter Pet Day

April 15, 2022

April 30th is Adopt A Shelter Pet Day! We’re delighted to help raise awareness about this important cause. There are far too many lovable animals in shelters, desperately hoping someone will take them home, love them, and care for them. A Georgetown, IN vet discusses shelter pets in this article. The Numbers The data on this issue is very sad and sobering. Every year, over 6 million pets enter America’s animal shelters. Those numbers are … Read More »

8 Pawesome Ways To Celebrate National Pet Day With Fido

April 01, 2022

National Pet Day is coming up on April 11th. It’s probably safe to say that our canine companions would be more than happy to help celebrate! Fido is America’s most popular pet, and he’s also been our buddy the longest. In fact, he may have been sitting at our sides, protecting us and begging for treats, for as long as 32,000 years! A local Georgetown, IN vet offers some suggestions on how to celebrate in … Read More »

Signs Of Arthritis In Cats

March 15, 2022

Just like people, cats can be prone to developing arthritis as they age. This painful condition develops when the tendons and ligaments that cushion and connect Fluffy’s bones get worn out. Over time, they can thin and lose elasticity, causing a lot of pain and discomfort. While arthritis isn’t curable, it can be managed. However, treatments may be more successful if the issue is caught and addressed early. Here are some signs to watch for: … Read More »

Pica In Dogs

March 01, 2022

Have you ever come home and found that your canine pal has eaten your shoes, or chewed up your sofa? This may go beyond Fido’s natural need to chew. There’s actually a specific name for this behavior: pica. The whats, whens, and whys of pica in dogs can vary widely. A local vet offers some information on it below. Grass One of the most common forms of pica is eating grass. There are several possible … Read More »

Celebrating The Aristocats: Marie Day

February 15, 2022

Did you grow up on Disney cartoon movies? Those animated classics feature some adorable animals! While icons like Bambi, Dumbo, and Eor may get top billing, Marie, the cute kitty from the Aristocats, also has a lot of fans. In fact, this little ball of fur has become so popular that there is a whole day dedicated to her. February 22nd is Marie Day! A vet discusses this charming feline below. Purrsonality Marie may be … Read More »

February Is Dog Training Education Month

February 01, 2022

Have you recently adopted a puppy? That’s great news! Now that your little fella has settled in, have you started to notice his penchant for chewing on things, like slippers and couch cushions? When this happens, a little dog training can go a long way towards keeping your home intact and keeping little Fido out of trouble. In recognition of Dog Training Education Month, here are a few tips on how to train your pup. … Read More »

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