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Meet Our Newest Client-Byron

This is Byron and he knows how to give paw! So adorable! He is just one of 6 cats that I had the pleasure of caring for :) I loved them all ! Charlie, Edward, Edith, Alice & Olivia

Meet Our Newest Client–Ace and Roxie!

Say Hi to Ace and Roxie!

Common Health Conditions to Watch for in Your Puppy

As with human children, puppies have their own set of health concerns that you need to be aware of. Taking your puppy to a veterinarian for a checkup is a good way to make sure he’s starting out healthy, but because some conditions can occur in later puppyhood, you need to be aware of them…

Am I a Bad Pet Owner If I Let My Puppy Sleep in the Bed With Me?

Q: We just got a 2-month-old puppy. We are crate training her and know it’s important to teach her that it’s OK to be on her own, so she doesn’t develop separation anxiety. But she’s so cute! We know that eventually she will end up sleeping on the bed with us. How soon is too…

How To Pick A Puppy That’s A Right Fit For You

Though all puppies are incredibly cute, not all are a good fit for your lifestyle. With the proper research and preparation, you can find a dog who will be a great addition to the family. The decision to adopt is far too important to be based on puppy-love-at-first-sight. The incredible range of breeds, exercise needs…

New Kitten? Here Are Five Training Tips for New Kitten Owners

People often assume that cats are untrainable, but this just isn’t true; felines are highly intelligent and can easily be taught a variety of behaviors. Begin training your kitten as soon as you bring him home, in order to give him the best chance of fitting in with your family. Here are five foundational training…

Wild Child? How Do I Keep My Energetic Kitten From Hurting Herself?

Q: My new kitten is a wild child, constantly racing all over, jumping up and down on everything. I’m worried she will hurt herself. How can I help her explore safely? A: From houseplants to electrical cords to barely accessible crawl spaces, if there’s a hazard in your home, your kitten will find it. Be…

Help! Our Wild Kitten Is Tearing Up Our House

Q: We adopted a 5-month-old kitten who is now 10 months old, and we can’t get her to calm down. She has several voice levels and sounds, and she is always running up the curtains and clawing at things. We won’t remove her claws, but she’s tearing up our house. What do we do? A:…

Our Kitten Loves to Bite–How do We Stop Her?

Q: We got a beautiful kitten a few months ago. She has been a joy to the two of us, a retired couple. We do have a problem, though:Our kitten loves to bite. She bites when playing. We have yelled no, scolded her and batted her nose when she has bitten us. She still likes…

What You Need to Know About Feeding Your Kitten

For the first few months of life, your growing kitten will need a few special nutritional considerations. This guide will help you get a handle on the basics of feeding your cute little bundle of fur. While feeding a kitten may seem like a no-brainer, it’s essential that you hammer out a diet plan that…

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