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Archive for 'Senior Pets'

Super Smiley on World Pet Memorial Day

June 09, 2015

We pets touch humans in a profoundly deep way that’s just different from the way humans bond with each other. We are different, and that’s why we are here… to show you how to love unconditionally. To be eternally faithful and to look into your eyes with such trust and innocence that you know we are little pieces of Heaven right here with you. Super…  

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June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month

June 01, 2015

Adopting a pet, particularly a cat, is never a decision that should be made “on the run.” Generally speaking, dogs are more outgoing than cats, thus it’s much easier to get a snapshot of their personalities in a shelter environment. Cats, by nature, are often shy with strangers in a shelter environment and this tends to make them more reticent. Because June is Adopt a…  

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Making it Safe for Yeller: Senior Dogs and Home Proofing

November 20, 2014

As worldwide health improves, people are living longer lives. This same phenomenon is happening with our pets, too. Veterinary medicine has advanced to the point that just about any medical intervention that you can get is available to your pet. As we see dogs and cats living to ever higher years, there are some things that pet owners can do to help them live those…  

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Tony’s Top 3 Things Vets Wish Pet Owners Knew

November 18, 2014

Communication in all areas of life is important — you have to let your spouse or loved one know what you’re thinking (how many times have you heard “I’m not a mind reader!”), you have to communicate with your kids (even if they seem to speak a foreign language), and you have to communicate with people at work to get things done. One vital area…  

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