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Thanksgiving tips with pets

Thanksgiving is a time for traveling to visit family and friends and time to enjoy bountiful meals. However, both traveling and the abundance of food can prove stressful or dangerous to your pets....

Pet Travel Safety

Note: This was originally posted last winter. Even though it's not yet Pet Travel Safety Day, we think this post is useful for people traveling before Christmas, so we're reposting it now. We hope...

Stopping the Cat from Scratching the Recliner

Cats sharpen claws on many surfaces. This helps keep nails from over-growing, and allows the cat to say, "I am here!!!". It is a common greeting behavior. Do not allow even mild attempts for...

Preventive Health Plans

Our valued clients have asked us if there was a way to provide our comprehensive, high quality veterinary care at a lower cost. In response, our doctors created annual PREVENTIVE HEALTH PLANS (PHPs)...

COMING SOON - Save Money by Caring for Your Pet's Preventive Health Needs

Preventive Health Plans

February is Pet Dental Health Month

Does your pet have bad breath? According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), "Don't turn your nose to Fido's or Fluffy's bad breath! That odor might signify a serious health...

National Walk Your Dog Month

by Julia Levitt of In-Harmony Dog Training

How Cold is Too Cold for a Dog to Walk Outside ?

Michigan and much of the northeast is recovering from a record cold snap. On January 7, 2014 the temperature outdoors was 16 below zero in parts of Washtenaw County, and the snow was a foot or more...

National Dog Training Month

by Julia Levitt of In-Harmony Dog Training

National Mutt Day

December 2nd is National Mutt Day.  As you probably know, a mutt is any dog that is not a purebred.  According to the Mutt Census of 2010,  53% of all dogs in the United States are mixed breeds...

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