Call Us Today! 410-999-1811

Creating A Kitty Enclosure

Creating A Kitty Enclosure

October 15, 2022
Brown tabby cat in a cat bag

Have you noticed that cat enclosures are becoming more popular? Our feline friends love going outside, but it isn’t really safe to let them wander freely. The kitty enclosure has emerged as a great compromise. These custom kitty buildings can keep Fluffy safe and sound while allowing her to enjoy sunshine, fresh air, and stimulation. In this article, a Pasadena, MD vet offers some advice on building one. Location Choosing the right spot is very … Read More »

Celebrating Spoodles

October 01, 2022
Spoodle running with tongue sticking out

Did you know that October 11th is Spoodle Day? While we think all dogs are cute, the Spoodle is extra adorable. A mix between the Poodle and Cocker Spaniel, these guys look a lot like Teddy Bears. A local Pasadena, MD vet discusses the Spoodle in this article. History No one is sure exactly when the first Spoodle was born, but the ‘Doodle’ dogs started popping up in the 80’s. A man named Wally Conron … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care, General

Gadgets For Fluffy

September 01, 2022
Gray cat with cat toys around scattered on brown floor

The world has seen some pretty astonishing advances in technology over the past century. Of course, our feline friends have pretty much spent this time doing what they always do: napping, looking cute, and judging us. Of course, cats haven’t been left behind here. While Fluffy was napping, all sorts of hi-tech kitty gadgets have been released. In fact, there are currently more than 10,000 cat gadgets on Amazon alone! A Pasadena, MD vet lists … 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 »

Fluffy’s Summer Agenda

July 15, 2022
Pale gray colored kitty laying on the sand with brown woven summer hat

Summer is in full swing now, and it’s going by pretty fast. We know a lot of you are going to be busy with all of the things that were canceled last year and the year before. Of course, our feline friends have some plans of their own. Read on as a local Pasadena, MD vet lists a few of the things on your kitty’s to-do list. Be A Speed Bump Cats are pretty good … 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 »

Posted in Dog Care, General

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 »

The Rules Of Hugging Cats

June 01, 2022
Brownish Maine Coon cat hugged by a lady in navy long sleeve shirt

June 4th is Hug Your Cat Day! Of course, many of our feline patients are quite the little cuddlebugs, that would love to be hugged 24/7. Kitties are very emotional, and are always happiest when they feel loved. That said, there are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to hugging our feline pals. A Pasadena, MD vet lists some rules of hugging cats below. Don’t Force It Rule number one of … Read More »

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 »

408 N. Crain Highway
Glen Burnie, MD 21061

Mon-Fri 8am–7pm
Sat 8am–4pm

Request an Appointment

Pet LibraryOur Blog
Pet LibraryOur Blog