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Thinking About Getting a Pet Rabbit?

Owning a pet rabbit comes with added financial responsibility. Be prepared to spend money upfront on the adoption fee ($60+), as well as housing/food/bunny proofing supplies.


Gardening Safety Tips

It may be best practice to put up a low fence to keep your pet (and other animals) out of your garden.


Indoor Activity Ideas

Indoor activities to keep your dog busy If you live in an area affected by wildfire smoke, it’s a great time to brush up your dog’s training, try enrichment games!


Ask The Vet : Parvo Virus by Dr. Stefanie Wong

If you've ever owned a puppy, you've likely been told that you shouldn't take them outside until they've received their full course of puppy vaccinations. Ever wonder why?


Home School Hazards

However, the labeling agencies don't consider that a child might eat an entire box of crayons at once. Our four-legged children aren't always so discriminating about what they put in their mouths or what they roll in. That is when we must think outside of the box.


Training Tip : Walking Your Dog

I know you have the picture in your head, enjoyable walks at the park, or out walking your dog on a trail.


HELPING PETS ADJUST TO SEEING FACE MASKS

The wearing of masks is a new normal. If we humans are still getting used to the appearance of the face mask in public, what do our pets thinks?


Ask Your Vet: Parvovirus by Dr. Stefanie Wong, DVM

If you’ve ever owned a puppy, you’ve likely been told that you shouldn’t take them outside until they’ve received their full course of puppy vaccinations. Ever wonder why? One of the major diseases we are protecting them against is something called Parvovirus. Parvovirus is a highly contagious disease that if untreated, is fatal...


Risk of animals spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 to people

Some coronaviruses that infect animals can be spread to humans and then spread between people, but this is rare.


Why are my cat's ears hot?

Ever thought something along the lines of, "My cat's ears are hot — is he sick?" Anthropocentric creatures that we are, humans tend to assume, regardless of context, that our own baseline experience of the world is some kind of universal standard, and that any deviation from it is strange, problematic or worrisome.


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