8 Reasons to Contact Your Vet

Pet parents often struggle with the decision to take their pet to the vet. Not every pet ailment requires a doctor’s attention. But how do you know which problems require the attention of a veterinarian and which issues can be treated at home.  The following tips will help you to prioritize and treat your pets…  
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National Pet Week

National Pet Week® is always observed the first full week in May. Created in 1981 by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Auxiliary to the AVMA, National Pet Week is dedicated to celebrating America’s more than 200 million pets that enrich lives each and every day and encourage responsible pet care every day…  
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Obstructed Cat? Know the Signs

Did you know that autumn can be a difficult time of year for your cat? According to Dr. Laci Shaible, a small animal veterinarian, the condition known as feline urethral obstruction, or blocked cat, can occur at any time of year, but in the Fall months, veterinarians see a sharp increase in the number of…  
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How Do You Become a Vet? Here’s a Simple Guide

Editor’s note: Becoming a veterinarian is a challenging, but rewarding pursuit. Since there are only a handful of vet schools across the country, the hardest part can be finding someone to steer you along the right path. You are not alone! As a way of promoting Braxton’s 2012 Wellness Fair, which will feature a variety…  
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Your Pet’s First Vet Visit

After adopting a new pet from a breeder or shelter, one of the first things you should do is schedule an appointment with your vet. If you do not have a vet, do some research online or ask your family, friends, and neighbors where they take their animals. You want the experience to be a…  
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