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Change A Pet’s Life Day

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 »

Holiday Safety For Cats

December 01, 2021

Season’s Greetings! At this time of year, we often get lots of cards, photos, and videos of our feline friends looking adorable and/or wreaking havoc on Christmas trees. December certainly offers a lot of opportunities for kitty mischief! You’ll need to keep a close eye on your furball, and make sure she stays safe, healthy, and purring. A Pasadena, MD vet offers some tips on this below. Be Careful With Food Fluffy will certainly enjoy … Read More »

Keeping Your Cat Healthy

November 18, 2021

September is Happy, Healthy Cat Month! We all know what it takes to keep Fluffy purring: soft beds, toys, treats, catnip, and, of course, the occasional cardboard box to play in. But what about your cute pet’s physical health? A local Pasadena, MD vet offers some tips on this below. Good Food Nutrition plays a key role in your kitty’s physical health. Offer your furry little friend a good, high-quality cat food, one that is … Read More »

Posted in Cat Care

7 Cute Ways to Celebrate DOGust

August 01, 2021

Did you adopt your canine companion from a shelter? If so you may want to put a little pawprint on your calendar for August 1st: it’s DOGust, the universal shelter dog birthday. That’s not to be confused with Gotcha Day, which is the day you adopted your furry buddy. Of course, both are worth celebrating! A local Pasadena, MD vet lists a few things you can do for Fido’s special day below. Photo Shoot There’s … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care, General

Every Day is Tag Day!

April 01, 2021

There’s a very important pet holiday coming up. The first Saturday in April–which is the 3rd this year–is always Every Day Is Tag Day. Making sure that your furry best friend is wearing proper ID tags is very important. In fact, this simple step could one day save your pet’s life! A Pasadena, MD vet discusses the importance of tags in this article. Why Tags Are Important Tags are still the simplest and easiest way … Read More »

Posted in Cat Care, Dog Care

Fido’s Holiday Traditions

December 01, 2020

The holidays have arrived! Although this year’s festivities may be a bit subdued this year, people will still enjoy annual celebrations, events, and meals. As it turns out, our canine companions also have their own traditions. A local Pasadena, MD vet lists a few of the cutest ones below. Greet Guests Dogs are very protective of their domains. Fido also acts like a furry, four-legged doorbell, and will typically bark to announce that there’s someone … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Dog Care

Making Ice Cream for Fido

August 01, 2020

Summer is here! One of our favorite things about the warm weather? Ice cream! Our canine patients are also very fond of snacks. Want to spoil your dog a bit? Why not make Fido his own ice cream? A Pasadena, MD vet offers some tips on making this frozen treat for your furry friend in this article. Precautions Never give Fido regular ice cream. Many dogs are lactose intolerant. Your pooch could get sick after … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care, General

Heartworm in Cats

April 01, 2020

April is Heartworm Awareness Month! You may know that heartworms pose a serious—and potentially fatal—risk to dogs. However, these dangerous parasites are also dangerous to our feline friends! A Pasadena, MD vet discusses heartworm in cats below. Basics Heartworms are not directly transmitted from pet to pet. The mosquito has apparently volunteered to spread these horrible worms. The worms are in larval form when a dog or cat contracts them. However, they soon start growing. … Read More »

Helping Dogs and Guests Get Along

December 01, 2019

The holiday season is officially here! Many of us are looking forward to spending quality time with our loved ones over the next few weeks. This is a very busy travel time, as many people go quite a long way to visit their friends and families. If you’re having guests over the next few weeks, read on! A Pasadena, MD vet discusses helping Fido cohabitate with visitors below. Presentation Before your guests arrive, give Fido … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Dog Care

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