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Walk Your Dog Day


Walk Your Dog Day is coming up February 22nd. Of course, Fido really should be walked every day. Those strolls aren’t just important for sanitary reasons. They also give your pup a great workout, and provide him with mental stimulation. Read on as a local Mesa, AZ vet offers some tips on walking your pet. … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

Adopting a Rescued Rabbit


February is Adopt A Rescued Rabbit Month! If you’re ready to bring a new pet into your home, you may want to consider adopting a rabbit. Bunnies may not be as popular as dogs and cats, but they are absolutely adorable, and can make wonderful pets. Read on as a Mesa, AZ vet discusses adopting … Read More »

7 Ways To Keep Your Cat Healthy


Cats are known for being very independent and easy to care for. Fluffy will use a litterbox to see to her needs, and will carefully groom herself every day. However, your feline pal does still need lots of TLC in order to thrive. Here, an East Valley, AZ vet offers tips on keeping kitties happy, … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Cute Things Your Cat Will Do This Year


Happy New Year! As we leave 2019 behind and move into 2020, many people are thinking about their personal goals and setting resolutions for the new year. What about our feline friends? We’re not sure that Fluffy would ever bother to make resolutions, but we do have a pretty good idea about what’s on her … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Cat Care

Holiday Gifts for Dogs


Happy Holidays! Have you finished your shopping yet? Don’t forget to pick up a few things for your dog! After all, Fido is part of the family, too! A Mesa, AZ vet lists some great gifts for dogs below. Toys Toys make great presents for Man’s Best Friend. It’s always adorable when Fido runs up … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

Signs of Dental Issues in Dogs


Your dog’s teeth are very important to his overall health and well-being. Just like people, dogs can suffer from a variety of painful dental issues. If you’ve ever had a toothache yourself, you know that they aren’t much fun. Of course, your canine companion can’t tell you if his choppers hurt, and he can’t call … Read More »

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