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Trick-or-Treating Pet Tips

Halloween is fun for the whole family, but is it fun for your dog? Many of us enjoy Halloween, but depending on your dog’s personality, he may like staying home better. Sometimes it is kinder to leave him behind. If your dog is social, and you think he will enjoy joining you on this night,…  
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Prepare Now for the End of Daylight Savings Time

Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 1, 2020, at 2:00 am. Start now to adjust your pet’s schedule to prepare them for the change of time. While we are excited about the extra hour of sleep that the end of daylight savings time signals, don’t be surprised if your dog is up at his…  
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Celebrate Vet Tech Week

National Veterinary Technician Week — celebrated this year Oct. 11-17 — provides an opportunity to recognize and promote the valuable contributions veterinary technicians make to the veterinary profession and society. Vet Techs are an integral part of your pet’s healthcare team. They are on the frontlines and work tirelessly in exam rooms, labs, and operating…  
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National Walk Your Dog Week

It’s National Walk Your Dog Week, and what better way to celebrate than taking a walk in the brisk outdoors. Maybe you have slacked off lately; no problem, it’s never too late to start a new routine. 40% of dogs in the United States are overweight! That’s close to 17 million dogs! Does your dog…  
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Preparing Your Backyard Birdfeeders for Winter

It’s October!!! With crisp, cool temperatures arriving, you may have noticed a change in the activity at your bird feeders. This is a great time to clean your hummingbird feeders and store them for the winter as they won’t return again until next spring. Even though the hummingbirds’ visits are over for now, your other…  
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