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The health and well-being of your pet are our top priority. As news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community continues to develop, we are monitoring the situation closely.
As of June 21st, 2021 we remain open and providing all normal services – some services provided via curbside service (see below). We hope to hear from you soon!
Here are some tips that can help your pets if they deal with any type of anxiety.
Heartworm, a life-threatening parasitic infection, sickens dogs, cats, and ferrets in all 50 states.
Make sure to spay and neuter your pets and keep them safe and indoors during kitten season.
Ten million pets wander away from their homes every year, according to American Humane estimates.
Whether your furry friend enjoys romps in the park with you or never ventures beyond your backyard, these tips can help him or her stay safe this summer.
It's 2 a.m. and everyone is fast asleep, except for your cat. Your feline friend races through the house, skidding around corners and knocking over everything in its path. Although your cat might think that the middle of the night is the perfect time for these frenzied runs, you probably disagree.
Does your pet frequently scratch, bite, or lick its skin? Allergies, parasites, and infections can cause a variety of itchy skin conditions in pets. These conditions are among the most common.
Have you planned anything special for National Pet Month in May? These six ideas can help you honor the special pets in your life.
Warmer weather brings the return of fleas and ticks throughout the entire U.S. Fortunately, keeping your pet safe from these tiny but troublesome pests can be as easy as taking a few simple precautions.
If bathing your dog leaves you wetter than your pet, you may be wondering just how often you really need to wash your pet. Although most dogs don't require daily baths, washing them periodically improves their appearance, reduces odors, and helps keep their skin healthy.