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Fluffy’s Pet Peeves

May 15, 2022
Gray cat with orange eyes on a cat swing

Does your cat hate being picked up? Or maybe she gets a ‘cattitude’ if you move her mid-nap? Kitties may be small, but they are quite opinionated, and aren’t afraid to speak their minds … especially when they are annoyed? What does rub Fluffy the wrong way, aside from literally being rubbed the wrong way? A Pasadena, MD vet lists a few things below. Forced Attention While cats can be cuddly, it’s extremely important that … Read More »

Fun Facts About Cats

May 01, 2022
Brown adult cat with head tilted to the left

It’s National Pet Month! While we know that Americans have all sorts of animals as pets, Fido and Fluffy are the most popular. Kitties also have the honor of being the most purrplexing. These charismatic little furballs really are something else! A Pasadena, MD vet lists some things you may not have known about Fluffy in this article. Tiny Tiger The domestic housecat shares about 95.6 percent of her genome with tigers. (We suspect that … Read More »

Things You Learn When You Adopt A Shelter Dog

April 15, 2022
Black adult Doberman giving a high-five to a lady near a lake

April 30th is National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day! Did you know that as many as 3 million dogs are admitted to shelters every year here in the US? If you’re ready to adopt a new canine buddy, please consider getting a rescue dog. This would of course be a gamechanger for Fido, but could also turn out to be a very profound, rewarding, and educational experience for you. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet lists … Read More »

Protecting Your Pet From Heartworm

April 01, 2022
Adult dog big black and brown body spots laying on grassy ground

April is Heartworm Awareness Month. These disgusting worms can pose a very serious threat to our furry pals. In fact, untreated infestations are often fatal. A local Pasadena, MD vet offers some advice on keeping your pet safe in this article. Preventative Products Parasite control is truly your most important weapon in this battle. These days, there are many different options to choose from, such as oral medications and shots. Talk to your vet to … Read More »

Caring For An Arthritic Dog

March 15, 2022
White Terrier getting a hair cut

Has your canine pal seemed stiff and sore lately? If so, Fido may have arthritis. This painful condition can affect any dog, though it’s most common in seniors. While arthritis can’t be cured, there are treatments that can make your beloved pet feel better, and improve his range of motion and quality of life. A Pasadena, MD vet offers some advice on caring for your four-legged friend in this article. Exercise Your dog won’t be … Read More »

Adopting A Stray Cat

March 01, 2022
Ginger kitten with blue eyes

Are you considering adopting a stray cat? Perhaps a cute furball showed up on your porch one day. Or, maybe you found a scared, hungry kitty somewhere, and took it home. These acts of kindness may be small, but they do matter. That said, there are some things to consider when it comes to adopting a homeless cat. A local Pasadena, MD vet goes over a few of them below. Veterinary Care One of the … Read More »

Small Cat Breeds

February 15, 2022
Two white kittens with brown ears snuggle close together

Do you have an itty bitty kitty? Our feline friends come in many different sizes. Although breed isn’t the only thing that affects Fluffy’s physiology, it definitely does play a role. Read on as a local Pasadena, MD vet lists some of the smaller cat breeds. Munchkin All cats are cute when they are kittens, but Munchkins are almost impossibly adorable. These sweet little furballs were actually named after the iconic and beloved Wizard of … Read More »

Valentine’s Day Pet Safety

February 01, 2022
Brown bulldog looks at a small paper heart

Valentine’s Day is coming up fast! The lover’s holiday is a fun way to break up the middle of winter, but, like other holidays, it does present certain dangers to our animal companions. A Pasadena, MD vet discusses keeping your pet safe on Valentine’s Day below. Chocolates Chocolate is one of the biggest concerns for pet owners to be aware of. It’s extremely toxic to pets. Our favorite sweet contains a substance called theobromine, which … Read More »

Change A Pet’s Life Day

January 15, 2022
Two hairy dog breeds with party hats and wine

Change A Pet’s Life Day is coming up January 24th. The day you bring your new furry friend home—sometimes called Gotcha Day—is a pretty big deal for both you and your new pet. It actually counts as a major life event, as far as we’re concerned. A local Pasadena, MD vet offers some advice on that big day below. Be Prepared You want to have everything ready and waiting for your new arrival. Your shopping … Read More »

Ways To Keep Your Dog Happy And Healthy This Year

January 01, 2022

Happy New Year! Are you making resolutions for 2022? If so, why not include your canine companion. After all, Fido will be your loyalest—and most adorable—supporter over the coming year. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet lists some ways to keep your pup in top doggy shape over the next 12 months. Exercise Whether Fido is playful and energetic, or more of a couch potato, it’s important to keep him active. Dogs’ size, breed, and age … Read More »

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