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Recognizing Pain in Your Cat

Recognizing Pain in Your Cat

Cats are notoriously stoic animals, even if they have been domesticated for 10,000 years. Their instincts still tell them to hide their vulnerabilities. This can make recognizing when they are in extremely hard to tell. Your cat may experience pain for numerous...

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3 Tips for Making a Pet Disaster Plan

3 Tips for Making a Pet Disaster Plan

What would happen to your pet in an emergency? If you’re uncertain, take these steps to ensure their safety if the unthinkable becomes a reality.   #1: Ensure your pet is always wearing current identification In an emergency, your pet may be separated from you or...

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Signs Your Pet May Have Allergies

Signs Your Pet May Have Allergies

While the mechanism for allergies is the same, pets experience allergy signs through their skin instead of their respiratory system. Your furry friend may have an allergy if they exhibit any of these signs below.    #1: Chronic itchiness Itchiness (i.e., pruritis) is...

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Tips for Your Cat’s Litter Box Success

Tips for Your Cat’s Litter Box Success

Your cat’s inappropriate urination is not spiteful but instead, a cry for help. Here are five problems that could be causing your cat to eliminate outside their box, and how to help the situation.   #1: Your cat’s litter box smells like a porta-potty after a football...

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Bringing Your Lost Pet Back Home

Bringing Your Lost Pet Back Home

Did you know that July 5th is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters? It's not hard to understand why. With so many pets fleeing their house during the fireworks or escaping picnics the day before, it's no wonder that July is National Lost Pet Prevention...

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Water Safety for Your Pet This Summer

Water Safety for Your Pet This Summer

One of the most refreshing things to do on a hot summer day is spending time in the water, especially if you're wearing a fur coat! Swimming is a great way to cool down your pet, but there are several dangers that they could experience while in the water. Here are a...

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Questions to Ask before Fostering a Pet

Questions to Ask before Fostering a Pet

Did you know that June is National Foster a Pet Month? Fostering a pet is a lot of responsibility. Do you know if choosing to foster is a good option for you and your family? Before applying to be a pet foster parent, ask yourself the following questions!   Question:...

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Celebrating Pet Appreciation Week

Celebrating Pet Appreciation Week

The first week in June is Pet Appreciation Week! We know you always show your pet how much you love them through cuddles, walks, and treats, but here are a few new ideas to show your pal that you love them!  #1: Set aside extra time for your pet’s favorite activity...

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5 Ways to Tell When It’s Time to Let Your Pet Go

5 Ways to Tell When It’s Time to Let Your Pet Go

Letting go of a pet when they’ve reached the end of their lifespan is incredibly difficult, and it’s even more challenging to determine how to make that decision. Although you may not think you can tell when it’s time to let your pet go, a few indicators can help you...

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3 Summertime Hiking Safety Tips for Pets

3 Summertime Hiking Safety Tips for Pets

With temperatures warming up, it’s the perfect time to get outdoors with your four-legged friend. At the same time, you want to ensure your pet stays safe while enjoying the fresh air and sunshine. Here are a few tips, from our team at Valley Veterinary Clinic, to...

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