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Tips for Adopting a Rescued Guinea Pig

March 01, 2020

March is Adopt A Rescued Guinea Pig Month! If you’re looking for a pet that is small in size but big in personality, look no further! These adorable little furballs—also known as cavies—make really cute and fun little pets. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet offers tips on adopting a rescued Guinea pig. Consider Getting Buddies Guinea pigs are very sociable, and can get quite sad and lonely with no buddies to play with or snuggle … Read More »

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Walk Your Dog Day

February 15, 2020

There’s a pretty fun pet holiday around the corner. February 22nd is Walk Your Dog Day! Even if you have a yard for Fido to run and play in, he’ll still benefit from regular walks. A Pasadena, MD vet discusses walking your canine pal below. Benefits Walks are beneficial for Fido for several reasons. If you don’t have a yard, they are obviously necessary for sanitary reasons. Those daily strolls also give your pup a … Read More »

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Fun Facts About Hedgehogs

February 01, 2020

February 2nd is Hedgehog Day! These cute little guys are becoming quite popular as pets, and definitely deserve to be celebrated. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet lists some things you probably didn’t know about Hedgie. Hedgehogs Are Loners Although there is a term for a group of hedgehogs—an array—it isn’t used much. These guys are quite solitary by nature, and only pair up to mate. Hedgehogs In Art Hedgehogs are not native to America. They … Read More »

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Catproofing Your Tree

December 15, 2019

Are you putting a tree up this year? Your feline friend will definitely take note if you do. After all, attacking Christmas trees is one of Fluffy’s favorite holiday traditions! Read on as a local Pasadena, MD vet offers some advice on catproofing your tree. Choose A Sturdy Tree A wobbly tree won’t stand much of a chance against a frisky feline. Choose a tree with a solid base. You may also want to secure … Read More »

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7 Things Your Cat Is Grateful For

November 15, 2019

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Your feline buddy will be right there with you as you start making preparations for the autumn holiday. Cats are definitely something to be grateful for. But what about Fluffy? What do you think your kitty is most appreciative of? A local Pasadena, MD vet lists some pawsibilities below. Food Food may very well be at the top of Fluffy’s list. Feel free to give your furry pal a … Read More »

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Clipping Your Dog’s Claws

November 01, 2019

When your dog walks across a floor, do his claws make a clacking sound? If so, your canine companion may be overdue for a pawdicure! Keeping Fido’s nails clipped is actually very important. A Pasadena, MD vet offers more information on this below. The Dangers of Overgrown Nails Long nails may not seem like a huge deal, but they actually can be quite problematic. If your furry friend’s claws are too long, they’ll become uncomfortable … Read More »

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Reptile Awareness Day

October 15, 2019

Reptile Awareness Day is October 16th! This is a great chance for anyone with snakes, lizards, or other reptiles to celebrate their scaled—or shelled—buddies. Reptiles actually can make wonderful pets. A Pasadena, MD vet discusses our slithering pals below. Fun Facts Did you know that there are over 8,000 types of reptile? They can be found on every continent except Antarctica, which is too chilly. Speaking of cold, reptiles don’t technically have cold blood: the … Read More »

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Tips For Adopting A Dog

October 01, 2019

It’s Adopt A Dog Month! Of course, as far as we’re concerned, every month should be Adopt A Dog Month. We love seeing our canine buddies get second chances, and we’re always thrilled to meet new patients. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet offers some tips on adopting Fido. Think It Over Adopting a new pet is a huge commitment. Before you proceed, make sure that you are ready, willing, and able to care for your … Read More »

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Birdproofing Your Home

September 15, 2019

Birds are naturally curious and playful. Unfortunately, they don’t know what is and isn’t safe for them. Therefore, it’s very important for people with birds to make their homes safe for their feathered friends. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet discusses birdproofing your home. Windows/Mirrors Many pet birds have seriously injured themselves by flying into windows or mirrors, as they don’t recognize glass surfaces as barriers. Drapes or shades will help keep Polly from doing this. … Read More »

8 Ways to Keep Your Cat Healthy

September 01, 2019

September is Happy, Healthy Cat Month! Your kitty is a loving and adorable pet, who deserves to be in excellent health. Here, a Pasadena, MD vet offers tips on keeping your furball healthy and purring. Good Food Giving your kitty a nourishing, high-quality food will go a long way towards keeping her in good health. Don’t let your cat meownipulate you into overfeeding her: if Fluffy becomes obese, she’ll face some very serious health risks! … Read More »

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