Animal Pain Awareness Month

September, Animal Pain Awareness Month, was started by the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management to educate and inform pet owners about their pet’s health and well-being as it relates to pain management. Animals suffer some of the same aches and pains that people do. They can suffer pain related to an injury, Acute Pain…  
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Prepping Your Pet for Your Return to Work

This week Governor Wolf began lifting some of the stay-at-home orders meaning that some people are heading back to work. What does that mean for your pets? One of the biggest positive effects of the quarantine has been the rise in pet adoptions and the amount of time we are able to spend with our…  
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Top 5 Common Ailments of Older Dogs

We don’t like to think about the aging process – we have a whole industry built around anti-aging, but eventually, age catches up with everyone, even our pets.  Just like people, as dogs grow older their bodies begin to change. It is a subtle process, and often the signs are missed as we go about…  
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Blepping – What is it?

Blepping is a term that refers to the act of leaving the tongue, usually the tip, outside the mouth unconsciously.Usually it is used in reference to cats, but other animals can blep too.  Even if you’ve never heard the word blep, if you have pets, you are probably aware of this behavior. Recently, the internet has been inundated with this…  
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Curbing Pet Behavior Problems Over the Holidays

Ahh, the holidays!  Although the holidays are supposed to be a time for food, fun, and celebration, often the change in routines and hectic schedules can become overwhelming. With all of the distractions and planning, it is easy to forget your furry companions. Follow these tips to make the holidays more relaxing for everyone, including…  
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