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Hacks For Walking Your Dog

September 15, 2022
Two brown bulldogs with white patches with a man in blue shirts

Did you know that people with dogs tend to be healthier than those who don’t have pups? As it turns out, all of those daily strolls are good for us. They’re also necessary for Fido: not just for sanitary reasons, but also for his physical and mental health. While walking your pooch isn’t rocket science, there are things you can do to make the most of this time. A Pasadena, MD vet offers some tips … Read More »

Sending Fido To School

August 15, 2022
Brownish patch Odie dog laying silly upside

Can you believe it’s back to school time already? Many of our canine friends will also have to adjust to new schedules as the kids head back to the classroom. Of course, education is also very important for dogs. If Fido doesn’t obey well—or at all—you may want to send him to school, too. A Pasadena, MD vet offers some information on this below. Why Training Matters There are five commands that all pups should … Read More »

Keeping The Peace With Cats And Dogs

August 01, 2022
Brown hairy dog breed and gray cat snuggling together on the floor

August 8th is Odie Day! This is to honor the lovable, drooling pooch that plays second fiddle to his roommate, the sarcastic, lasagna-loving Garfield, in Jim Davis’ Garfield comic universe. The two are secretly quite fond of each other, but that doesn’t stop them from bickering. This is something many of our clients can relate to! Sometimes cats and dogs fight like … well, cats and dogs. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet offers some advice … Read More »

Fido’s First Summer

July 01, 2022
Brown puppy on top of a blue water drum

Have you recently adopted a puppy? If so, it’s probably safe to say you’re in for some super cute moments. This adorable stage of your furry friend’s life isn’t all fun and games, though. This is the time to lay down the groundwork for your pet’s behavior and care, and help him grow into a happy, polite adult. Here, Pasadena, MD vet offers some tips on caring for a puppy in summer. Heat Heat can … Read More »

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Protecting Fido From Ticks

June 15, 2022
Grayish full tick on a white skin with lengthy of hair

Ticks may be small, but they are one of the biggest dangers that our canine companions face. These tiny, blood-sucking arachnids carry some very dangerous diseases. Many of them, such as Lyme, pose risks to both people and pets. While ticks aren’t shy about biting people, they often find dogs easy targets, in large part because our canine pals love romping around in woods or grassy areas. A Pasadena, MD vet offers some tips on … 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 »

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 »

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