Dogs Care

Is Your Pet Microchipped? Here’s Why They Should Be!

Is Your Pet Microchipped? Here’s Why They Should Be!

A big misconception about microchipping your pet is that the chips are public GPS trackers, locating your every move. However, that could not be further from the truth. In case of your pet getting out or becoming lost, a microchip containing a unique identification number will greatly increase the chances you and your pet are reunited. This chip cannot be…

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5 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Make With Your Pet

5 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Make With Your Pet

Happy New Year from your friends at Animal Health Center! Start the new year off on the right paw by developing some wellness-oriented New Year’s resolutions for your pet. Your cat or dog depends on you to help them stay healthy and happy. The good news is that there are many easy-to-follow resolutions that you and your pet can do…

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Top Health Concerns in Aging Dogs and Cats

Top Health Concerns in Aging Dogs and Cats

While your dog or cat may be a FOREVER puppy or kitten in your eyes, your senior pet’s body may start to face common ailments with age – just like ours. Pet owners often struggle to decipher whether the changes in your dog or cat are a normal part of aging or indications of serious health problems. While cats tend…

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How to Care for a Pet with Diabetes

How to Care for a Pet with Diabetes

Your diabetic pet’s diet, exercise routine, and behavior are important to their everyday health and well-being. With the holidays bringing a change in routines and more time around friends and family members who might not understand your pet’s unique needs, managing your pet’s diabetes can be challenging this time of year. Here are a few tips to help you and…

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Pet Wellness Tips

Pet Wellness Tips

Wellness isn’t just for humans – our pets should also have consistent healthy diets, exercise routines, and vet appointments. In today’s blog we go over some ways you can ensure your pet is living their best lives! Exercise  Whether it’s going for short, frequent walks around the neighborhood, playing fetch at the park, or having your cat chase their favorite…

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Fun and Easy Summer Activities to do with Your Dog

Fun and Easy Summer Activities to do with Your Dog

What we’ve all been waiting for is officially here – summer! Just like us, our pups are itching to make the most out of sunshiny days and summer activities. This is why we’ve brainstormed some fun, easy activities for you and your dog to enjoy together this summer – from training and agility activities to arts and crafts, there’s something…

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Keep Your Dog Safe around Fireworks

Keep Your Dog Safe around Fireworks

It’s estimated at least 40 percent of dogs experience noise anxiety which is amplified by the summer thunderstorms and further by summer fireworks. In fact, animal shelters report that their busiest day for taking in runaway dogs is July 5th. It is natural for dogs to be afraid of loud noises. The sound triggers their nervous system and they become…

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Caring for Your Diabetic Pet During the Holiday Season

Caring for Your Diabetic Pet During the Holiday Season

The holidays are right around the corner, and although joyous, they can be quite stressful for you and your pet, leading to not-so-healthy food habits. With the change in routines and being around friends and family members who might not understand your pet’s unique needs, managing your pet’s diabetes can be challenging this time of year. Here are a few…

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