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Walk the Dog Day

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There’s a pretty adorable doggy holiday coming up. February 20th is Walk The Dog Day! Of course, our canine pals really should be walked every day. A local Fayetteville, NC vet offers some tips on walking your pup below. Benefits While those strolls are in many cases a must for sanitary reasons, they actually are … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

8 Ways to Keep Your Cat Healthy

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February is National Cat Health Month. Kitties are generally quite easy keepers. Fluffy spends most of her time sleeping, and she doesn’t need walks, baths, or training. However, keeping your feline pal healthy does require more than filling her bowl and offering her lap space when she’s feeling affectionate. Here, a local Fayetteville, NC vet … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Spotlight on Skijoring

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Do you enjoy skiing? Is your canine buddy super active and athletic? If so, you may be able to take him out on the trail with you. No, we’re not suggesting strapping skis on Fido. Instead, you may want to train him in skiijouring.  A local vet offers some tips on this below. Basics Skijoring … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General

Start the Year Off Right With Pest Control Measures

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It’s a new year, and it’s the perfect time to make sure your pets stay pest-free. There are several things you can do to ensure your animal friend doesn’t fall victim to creepy crawlies like fleas, ticks, and parasitic worms, which can sideline your pet’s health in no time at all. Keep up with these … Read More »

DIY Things Your Kids Can Make for Fido

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As the holidays approach, many people are busy picking out gifts for their loved ones. Of course, many people also have their young ones at home this year. Our canine patients are thrilled about this. Why not have the kids make something for Fido? A local vet offers some suggestions in this article. Treats If … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

Is Your Cat Licking Herself Too Much?

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If you own a cat, you’ll notice that she licks herself frequently. Cats spend a lot of time grooming themselves by licking, so this behavior in and of itself isn’t abnormal. But it’s possible for a cat to lick herself too much—this is known in the veterinary world as overgrooming. Read on to find out … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Cat Care
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