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Animal Hospital: A Safe Place for Your Cat

It’s important to vaccinate your cat when he or she is a kitten, so that your kitty can live a long, healthy life. You should start your kitten’s vaccine regime when it is 6 to 8 weeks old. There are must have vaccinations and optional vaccinations. Must Have Vaccinations FPV: Also […]

Pet Dangers to Watch for On Your Next Hike

Now that spring is officially upon us, countless pet owners are itching to bring their furry friends to their favorite hiking spots. Their drive for adventure is just one of the reasons why dogs are good pets. Even though it’s essential that dogs get plenty of exercise and time outside, […]

3 Healthy Habits Pet Owners Should Do for Their Senior Dog

As a pet owner, it’s vital that you take care of your trusted companion with care and compassion as they grow older. Even though you want to treat your senior dog like the puppy it once was, there are a few things you should be doing differently to help care […]

Is My Cat Fat? How to Recognize When Your Pet Is Overweight

A pet is perfect in the eyes of their owner, but too many treats can lead to health problems down the line. Unfortunately, it can be hard to determine when a pet’s weight has become an issue. While puppies should be fed three times per day until they reach six […]

No Bunny Gifts: Why a Sykesville Vet Says You Shouldn’t Buy Your Child a Rabbit for Easter

Easter is right around the corner and what gift is more adorable for your kids than an Easter bunny, right? Wrong. While adorable, bunnies do not make a good Easter gift for your children. Toys, candy, and colored eggs are your best bets when filling Easter baskets. Bunnies are not. […]

“How Much Does Dog Surgery Cost?” and Other Questions for a Sykesville Animal Hospital

If you’ve ever called in late to work because Scruffy’s nail appointment went over, you may be a dog lover. If you’ve spent an evening in the pet aisle agonizing over the Jack Skellington or the UPS driver’s companion costume—well, we feel your pain. If you feel even slightly silly […]

Just a Flesh Wound: How to Care for a Dog Wound Yourself

If your dog is rambunctious by nature, there’s a good chance they’ll sustain cuts and scrapes from time to time. In fact, cuts and scratches are among the most common dog injuries.   The good news is, you don’t have to rush to your veterinarian every time your furry friend gets […]

“Why Go to Vets Near Me?” 4 Benefits of Going to a Local Veterinarian

There are over 26,000 small animal veterinary clinics in the United States. But how can you choose the right one out of all those vets? Read on to learn 4 benefits of going to a local veterinarian you found when searching for “vets near me” on Google. 1. Enjoy a Smaller Practice […]

Honking Like a Goose: Why is My Dog Making a Honking Noise?

Our pets aren’t just our best friends. They’re our family. And when something seems off, we want to know why. We want to keep our furry loved ones safe and happy at all times! And they’re health is our number one priority. So what should I do if my dog is intensely […]

Ready to Be a Puppy Parent? Top Signs You’re Ready for a Dog

Are dogs good pets? Is that even a question? Puppies are the greatest thing on the planet Earth. Anyone who says otherwise is probably trying to sell you something.  But there’s a big difference between loving sweet, fluffy puppies and being ready to own one.  If you’re contemplating whether getting […]