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Tips for Adopting a Rescued Bird

January 15, 2021

January is Adopt A Rescued Bird Month! If you’re considering bringing a new pet into your home, please think about adopting a bird. Our feathered friends make wonderful pets and companions! A local Pasadena, MD vet offers some advice on this below. Do Some Research Did you know that there are 370 known species of parrots alone? A parakeet is going to have slightly different care needs than an African grey, while a finch will … Read More »

Rude But Adorable Things Your Cat Will Do This Year

January 01, 2021

Happy New Year! Are you starting 2021 out with a kitty at your side or on your lap? Cats probably can’t be bothered to make resolutions of their own, aside from sleeping a lot and looking cute. However, we have a pretty good idea of what Fluffy will be up to this year. You may see a bit of cattitude in the next 12 months! A Pasadena, MD veterinarian lists a few things we expect … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Cat Care

Holiday Care for Exotics

December 15, 2020

Happy Holidays! Do you have a hedgehog, chinchilla, or another exotic pet? These little guys are very cute. However, this time of year can be dangerous to them. A Pasadena, MD veterinarian discusses keeping your exotic pet healthy and happy during the holidays below. Decorations Who says you can’t have some fun with your pet’s cage or tank? Give your little buddy a comfy seasonal throw blanket or pillow. You may also be able to … Read More »

Fido’s Holiday Traditions

December 01, 2020

The holidays have arrived! Although this year’s festivities may be a bit subdued this year, people will still enjoy annual celebrations, events, and meals. As it turns out, our canine companions also have their own traditions. A local Pasadena, MD vet lists a few of the cutest ones below. Greet Guests Dogs are very protective of their domains. Fido also acts like a furry, four-legged doorbell, and will typically bark to announce that there’s someone … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Dog Care

4 Things Cats Can’t Be Bothered to Be Thankful For

November 15, 2020

Thanksgiving is coming up quick! We’re definitely thankful for our feline friends, and the love, cuddles, and entertainment they provide. But what do you think your kitty is thankful for? It’s probably safe to say that Fluffy appreciates toys, food, catnip, and beds. However, she may not be quite as grateful for some of the other things that keep her healthy and safe. A Pasadena, MD vet lists some of them below. Safe Toys Have … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Cat Care

Adopt a Senior Dog

November 01, 2020

November is Adopt A Senior Dog Month! Older dogs make wonderful pets. Unfortunately, they often have a very hard time getting adopted. Many people just pass them over in favor of puppies. If you’re ready to bring a new canine companion into your life, don’t overlook that distinguished older pooch. He may turn out to be the best pet you’ve ever had! A Pasadena, MD vet discusses adopting an older dog in this article. Benefits … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care, General

Halloween With Kitties

October 15, 2020

Halloween is coming up quickly. Many of our feline patients are feeling extra frisky lately, as the temperatures cool. This can be a dangerous time of year for kitties! You’ll want to take a few simple precautions to keep your furry buddy happy, healthy, and purring. A Pasadena, MD vet discusses Halloween cat care below. Hazards Just like any other holiday, Halloween poses some specific dangers to pets. Candles and fireplaces are one concern. It’s … Read More »

Posted in Cat Care, General

Helping Your Shelter Dog Get Settled

October 01, 2020

October is Adopt A Shelter Dog Month! If you’re planning to adopt a dog soon, please consider going through a shelter. Giving a cute canine a loving retirement home is a very rewarding experience, and a great way to find your new pooch. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet discusses helping Fido adjust to his new life.  Setup Before bringing Fido home, have all of his doggy necessities, such as food, bedding, and toys, ready and … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care, General

Household Hazards for Birds

September 15, 2020

September 17th is National Pet Bird Day! Birds are cute, fun, and affectionate, and they form very strong bonds with their humans. However, they do have some very specific care needs. One thing that is very important for new bird owners to realize is that our feathered friends have some very unique safety concerns. A Pasadena, MD veterinarian lists some key ones below.  Fans Fans are extremely hazardous to our feathered pals. Before letting Polly … Read More »

Home Schooling With Dogs

September 01, 2020

Have you joined the ranks of people home schooling their kids this year? This has been a huge change for a lot of people. Many parents, children, and teachers are looking forward to returning to traditional schools. On a brighter note, quite a few of our canine companions are absolutely delighted to be spending more time with their humans. What do you do when there’s a pooch in the classroom? Read on for some tips … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care, General

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