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Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet

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Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet

Every year millions of cats and dogs that don’t get adopted are euthanized. However, pet owners can help reduce this problem by spaying or neutering their pets. Some owners may be hesitant to subject their pets to pain and discomfort and opt not to do it, but the benefits of spaying or neutering outweigh the […]

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What is My Pet’s “Real” Age?

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What is My Pet’s “Real” Age?

It has been a long standing rule that to calculate your dog’s or cat’s age is one human year equals seven dog and cat years. Cats and dogs do age faster than people, but veterinarians are not sure the 1 to 7 ratio is completely accurate these days. Instead of determining ages, the American Animal […]

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Should I Get My Dog Licensed?

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Should I Get My Dog Licensed?

You need a license to drive a car, get married, and to practice certain professions. Most people don’t question this, but the idea of getting a license to have a dog may raise eyebrows for some. Being a pet owner is a big responsibility. With all the costs associated with caring for a pet (food, […]

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Tips on Keeping Your Senior Pet Healthy

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Tips on Keeping Your Senior Pet Healthy

Like people, senior pets may require a little extra care, but it doesn’t have to be a burdensome task for their owners. Here are a few tips to keep your furry loved one healthy. Regular veterinary visits While younger pets should get an annual health screening, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) recommends taking in […]

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Five Reasons to Adopt an Older Dog or Cat

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Five Reasons to Adopt an Older Dog or Cat

So, you’ve decided you want to get a pet. Great, but before you get your heart set on getting that adorable puppy or kitten, consider these factors— and why you may want to consider a senior pet as your new companion. 1. Training a senior pet is easier Don’t want your furniture destroyed or your […]

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Preventing Homeless Animals: Have a Conversation about Your Wishes

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Preventing Homeless Animals: Have a Conversation about Your Wishes

On a daily basis, our shelter is contacted via email, Facebook messenger, and more to take in senior animals who have become homeless because their senior owners have unfortunately passed away. This leaves the animals without an owner. How sad for all involved. The dog, the cat, the family grieving the loss of the loved […]

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