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All About Your Cat’s Whiskers

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Cats come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, but whiskers are one thing that every cat has in common. They’re much more than decorative long hairs sprouting from Fluffy’s snout, too—your pet’s whiskers are essential for all sorts of daily functions. Read on as your local veterinarian tells you more about these important sensory … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Helping Your Cat and Dog Get Along

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Do you have both a cat and a dog? In some cases, Fluffy and Fido bond very closely, and become BFFs. In other cases, they may fight like, well, cats and dogs. A local vet offers some tips on helping your furry pals make peace. Keep Fido Active Dogs tend to be much calmer and … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Cat Care, Dog Care

Choosing the Purrfect Cat Carrier

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Does your cat enjoy riding around? Chances are, the answer to that question is no. Most of our feline patients absolutely despise car rides! However, sooner or later, Fluffy will need to be transported. When she does, she should always be in a carrier. But what do you look for when picking a carrier? A … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Craft for Your Local Shelters Day

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Do you like making things? Are you an animal lover? If the answer to both of those questions is yes, then put a pawprint on your calendar for July 21st. It’s National Craft for Your Local Shelters Day! This is a great way to do something to help the sweet dogs and cats that are … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, Dog Care

Bringing Your New Cat Home

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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 »

Poison Ivy and Pets

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For humans, one of the bad parts about spending time outside during warm weather is the risk of coming into contact with poison ivy, oak, or sumac. Did you know that these plants can also affect our pets? It’s not extremely common for pets to develop a reaction to poison ivy, but it’s entirely possible. … Read More »

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