Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family and holiday feasts—but also a time for possible distress for our animal companions.
With the holiday season kicking off with Thanksgiving next week, your dog or cat will be begging to be a part of your family dinner.
Like many animals, humans live in our own packs and strive to form a connection with other living things.
To keep your dog in good health it’s important that he or she get enough exercise.
Halloween is a fun holiday, but it can also be a stressful night for pets. Follow these tips to keep your pets safe.
Just like people, dogs need to watch their portion sizes to maintain a healthy weight and lower their risk for diabetes, cancer and liver disease.
While fish can be low maintenance pets, you do need to regularly clean their bowl. Get tips on how to properly clean a fish bowl here.
Just like humans, dogs need to have good dental hygiene to keep them in good overall health.
You can get a front row seat to a dog and cats physical exams with Dr. Lisa Lindesmith at All Paws Animal Hospital.
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Check out these common myths and misconceptions about our feline friends.
While our furry friends love to join us for car rides, it’s important to make sure we are protecting them while they are in vehicles. These items can help keep your pet safe in the car.
If you see any of these signs in your pet, it’s time to call the veterinarian. Even subtle changes can be really important.
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