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Bringing Your New Cat Home


June is Adopt A Cat Month! If you are adopting a new kitty, you definitely have our support. We love meeting our new patients! Read on as a Fayetteville, NC vet offers some tips on bringing Fluffy home. Be Prepared Before the big day, make sure that you have everything Fluffy will need ready and … Read More »

6 Essential Supplies for a New Kitten


Are you about to bring a kitten into your home? Congratulations on your new addition! It’s important that you make sure your little furball has everything she needs to stay happy and healthy as she gets acclimated to her new surroundings. Here are six essential supplies for a new kitten: Litter Box Every cat needs … Read More »

Tips on Choosing a New Canine Companion


Are you thinking of adding a dog to your family’s ranks in the near future? There are plenty of considerations to make before deciding on your next canine companion. Here are a few tips for making the best possible choice so that you and your dog can enjoy years of happy, healthy companionship down the … Read More »

5 Ways to Help Feral Cats


October 16th is Feral Cat Day! There are millions of feral cats in North America. Although cats are very good hunters, homeless kitties still lead pretty rough lives. Read on as a Fayetteville, NC vet offers tips on ways you can help feral cats. Basics In winter, you can make little shelters for feral cats … Read More »

Adopting a Shelter Cat


June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month. This is one cause we are happy to support! Adopting a cat is a lifetime commitment, so, before proceeding, make sure that you are dedicated to caring for new pet for her entire life. However, if all the lights are green, please consider finding Fluffy in a shelter. … Read More »

Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig Month


Did you know that March is Adopt A Rescued Guinea Pig Month? Guinea pigs can make very charming and lovable animal companions! Here, a Fayetteville, NC vet discusses basic Guinea pig care. Basics Guinea pigs are very tame and friendly, and can make great kids’ pets. These little guys usually do best with a same-sex … Read More »

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