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6 Things You Learn When You Adopt a Ferret

6 Things You Learn When You Adopt a Ferret

July 01, 2020

Have you been considering getting a pet ferret? These little guys are super cute and fun pets. They’re also a handful, both literally and figuratively! Here, a Pasadena, MD vet lists some things first-time ferret owners sometimes learn the hard way. Ferrets Have Sticky Paws You may have heard this one already. Ferrets love to snatch ‘treasures’ and hoard them. Of course, to ferrets, anything within paws’ reach is fair game. Your tiny pet may … Read More »

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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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 »

Posted in Dog Care, General

Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

July 01, 2019

With the Fourth just around the corner, many people are stocking up on fireworks and making plans to celebrate with family and friends. This can be a dangerous holiday for our animal companions, so you’ll want to take some precautions to keep your animal companion safe. A Pasadena, MD vet discusses July 4th pet safety below. Heat Temperatures can really soar in July. Don’t forget that your pet is wearing a fur coat! Make sure … Read More »

Adopting A Rescued Guinea Pig

March 01, 2019

March is Adopt A Rescued Guinea pig month! If you’re looking for a pet that is small in size but big in personality, a Guinea pig may be perfect for you! These little guys, also known as cavies, make great pets! A Pasadena, MD vet offers tips on adopting a rescued Guinea pig in this article. Get A Good Cage Your tiny pal will likely spend the majority of his or her time in a … Read More »

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Getting Fido Ready for Winter

November 01, 2018

Believe it or not, winter is just around the corner. As you start pulling your heavy clothes out of storage, keep your canine buddy in mind. Fido may have a fur coat on, but he’ll still feel the effects of the cold! A local Pasadena, MD vet discusses getting your dog prepared for winter in this article. Doggy Clothes If your furry pal has a thin coat, he’ll probably be more comfortable with a doggy … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care, General

Teaching Fluffy Good Scratching Habits

July 01, 2018

Cats have many wonderful characteristics that have made them beloved pets. They’re cute, cuddly, hilarious, and very affectionate. Fluffy isn’t purrfect, however. In fact, she has a few habits that aren’t very popular with her human pals, such as scratching. We can help! Here, a Pasadena, MD vet discusses teaching kitties better manicure habits. Discourage Bad Habits Never punish your cat for scratching. Fluffy is just following her instincts, and won’t understand what she did … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Cat Care

Dog Bathing Hacks

March 01, 2018

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 »

Posted in Dog Care, General

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