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6 Reasons to Play With Your Dog Daily

June 15, 2018
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Does your dog often run up to you, holding his favorite toy? It isn’t easy to refuse these adorable doggy requests. In fact, we strongly recommend that you indulge Fido, and spend time playing with him every day. Playing is actually great for our canine pals! In this article, a Pasadena, MD vet lists some great reasons to play with your pup regularly. Exercise Just like people, dogs need regular exercise to stay healthy. Playing … Read More »

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5 Cute Ways to Spoil a Hedgehog

June 01, 2018
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Do you have a hedgehog for a pet? These little guys can make absolutely adorable animal companions! Hedgehogs are quite unique, however. We all know that Fluffy loves catnip and Fido enjoys chew toys, but what does it take to make a hedgehog happy? A local Pasadena, MD vet offers tips below. Hidey-Hole Your pet hedgehog will need some hidey-holes, so he always has a place to go if he feels scared or just wants … Read More »

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How to Win the War Against Fleas

May 15, 2018
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As summer approaches, ticks, and other parasites will be coming out in droves. These disgusting parasites can make your beloved pet miserably itchy! They can also transmit other parasites as well as diseases. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet discusses fighting fleas. Parasite Control First and foremost, be sure to keep up with your furry pal’s parasite control products. There are many options to choose from, including collars, shampoos, and topical drops. Ask your vet for … Read More »

Microchipping Your Pet

May 01, 2018
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Did you know May that is Chip Your Pet Month? Has your pet been microchipped yet? If not, we strongly recommend that you see to this right away. A Pasadena, MD vet discusses microchips below. Basics A microchip won’t transmit information, and it doesn’t utilize GPS technology. Nor, unfortunately, will it upgrade Fido’s operating system, so he stops chewing your shoes. Instead, each chip only contains an identification number. This number can be read with … Read More »

Tips for Beating Litterbox Odors

April 15, 2018
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Cats are very clean, which is one reason they are such great pets. Fluffy will spend hours each day grooming herself. She’ll also use her own purrsonal powder room to do her business. While the fact that kitties use litterboxes does make caring for them quite easy, your cute pet’s private bathroom can get, well, a bit stinky. Read on for some tips from a local Pasadena, MD vet on beating litterbox smells. Cleaning The … Read More »

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7 Cute Ways to Respect Your Cat

March 15, 2018
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Did you know there’s a special kitty holiday coming up? March 28th is Respect Your Cat Day! Our feline overlords do have a way of wrapping us around their paws and getting us to pamper them. Here, a Glen Burnie, MD vet lists some cute ways cats request—or even demand—respect. Indulge Kitty Snuggle Requests Does your kitty sometimes politely grab your sweater with a claw when she wants to cuddle? Or maybe Fluffy head butts … Read More »

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Dog Bathing Hacks

March 01, 2018
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Does your dog hate baths? If so, he certainly isn’t alone. While we suspect that our canine pals really enjoy feeling clean and soft, they aren’t exactly enamored with the process of getting there. We can help! A Pasadena, MD vet lists great dog bathing hacks below. Splashguard Do you usually end up soaking wet after bathing your pup? Get an apron to wear when washing your pooch. Or, get a clear shower curtain, and … Read More »

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Caring for a Parakeet

February 15, 2018
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Are considering adopting a bird? A parakeet may be a great option for you! These cute little birds are absolutely charming, and can make wonderful pets. Here, a local Glen Burnie, MD vet discusses basic parakeet care. Socialization These friendly little birds do best with buddies, so you may want to get Polly a pal. If you do get just one bird, you’ll need to pay lots of attention to her every day, as otherwise … Read More »

Molting in Bunnies

February 01, 2018
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If you have a bunny, you may know that they regularly shed their coats and grow new ones. This is known as molting. Unlike what happens when dogs and cats shed, bunnies don’t just lose dead fur: they grow completely new coats. Read on as a local Pasadena, MD vet discusses molting in bunnies. Molting Times Bunnies molt for the first time when they are about 4-5 months old. During that first molt, they lose … Read More »

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