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10 Cold Weather Pet Safety Tips

10 Cold Weather Pet Safety Tips

Winter can be a magical time. However, if proper precautions are not taken, it can pose several dangers to your pets! This blog will go over some of the most important safety precautions to take to ensure that your furry friends are kept safe and warm during this season. 1. No Damp Tramps If you […]


Thanksgiving Safety for Your Pet

Thanksgiving Safety for Your Pet

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for all of us and our pets. However, it’s important to pay attention to your pets on this holiday to make sure that they’re staying safe. With all of the food, guests, and noise that accompany a large gathering, a pet can become overwhelmed. It’s very important to consider the […]


Why and How Cats Have Seizures

Why and How Cats Have Seizures

It’s likely that seizures in cats, as with those in humans, are linked to the prefrontal cortex. This part of the brain is responsible for decision making, personality, and other cognitive behaviors. During times of stress, the body produces hormones that may lead to a seizure. Symptoms of Seizures in Cats Typical symptoms of a […]


World Rabies Day How to Protect Your Pet from Rabies

World Rabies Day: How to Protect Your Pet

September 28th is world rabies day and all of us at Animal Care Veterinary Hospital want to spread awareness about rabies and how to protect your pet from this devastating condition. While most people are aware of rabies, they aren’t quite sure what it is and how it can affect their pet. So, what are […]


7 Signs That You Have a Sick Bird

7 Signs That You Have a Sick Bird

Having a pet bird is completely different from having a pet cat or dog. Although you may have experience with taking care of a sick cat or dog, taking care of a bird can be completely different. Pet birds are extremely good at hiding their pain. And unfortunately, birds are very prone to injuries, even […]


Tips For Pets With Noise Phobia

Tips For Pets With Noise Phobia

Have you ever seen your dog or cat become fidgety, anxious and hyperactive when there are fireworks or a thunderstorm? Your dog or cat may start breathing heavily, bark or meow consistently with wide eyes. If so, your pet may have loud noise phobia. Pets with loud noise phobia may either try hurting themselves or […]


A Care Guide For New Rabbits Housing & Exercise

A Care Guide For New Rabbits: Housing & Exercise

If you’re a new rabbit owner, you’re currently probably a combination of both elated and nervous. Elated, because your new pet is amazing, cute, and everything you’ve ever wanted in a furry friend. Nervous, because owning a rabbit is a big responsibility and you’re not totally sure about how to take care of your new […]


10 Things Your Pet Could Be Allergic To

10 Things Your Pet Could Be Allergic To

Every seasonal change brings in a handful allergies. Many people suffer from pollen allergies during the springtime causing sneezing, congestion and a runny nose which is why the month of May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. Likewise, your pets can be allergic to a lot of things, even without you really knowing about […]


Allergies In Pets, Scratching The Surface

Allergies In Pets, Scratching The Surface

The Humane Society of America estimates that over 60% of American homes have pets. Dogs and cats remain the most common pets in America, accounting for more than 90% of the total number of pets in the country. This trend is quite encouraging as it means humans are showing love to other species more than […]


How To Introduce Old Pets To New Pets

How To Introduce Old Pets To New Pets

Congratulations! Your animal family is growing. This is an exciting time for everyone involved. Not only are you getting a new furry animal companion, but your existing pets are also. Just like people meeting for the first time, animal introductions can be awkward, uncomfortable, and sometimes tricky. Of course if at all possible, we always […]


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