Keeping Your Pet Trim

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October 13th is Pet Obesity Awareness Day! Quite a few of our furry patients are overweight or obese. While chubby animals may look cute, they are unfortunately at risk of developing some very serious health problems. Your pet’s diet plays … Read More »

Fall With Fluffy

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Autumn is officially here! As the air chills, many of our feline pals will get extra frisky. Of course, like any other season, fall can be a bit dangerous for kitties. Read on as a Pickerington, OH vet offers some … Read More »

Tips for Taking Great Pet Photos

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There’s a pretty great pet holiday on the horizon. Pet Photo Day is July 11th. We never get tired of seeing pictures of our furry patients! Of course, pets aren’t always the most cooperative subjects out there. Read on as … Read More »

Hug Your Cat Day

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There’s a pretty adorable kitty holiday around the corner. June 4th is Hug Your Cat Day! Our feline pals are great cuddle buddies. They’re soft, adorable, and personable, and many of them love being petted and snuggled. A Pickerington, OH … Read More »

Ways to Show Your Cat Respect

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March is Respect Your Cat Day. Of course, kitties should be respected every day, as should all of our animal companions. Showing your feline pal due respect doesn’t entail building a catnip garden or making Fluffy her own stocked fishpond. … Read More »

Making Your Pet Feel Loved

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Love Your Pet Day is coming up February 20th. Pets really need lots of love and care to thrive.They’re always there to cheer you up at the end of a bad day, or just relax with you. While our animal … Read More »

Keeping Your Cat Entertained

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Did you know that February is National Cat Health Month? Keeping Fluffy in good shape entails quite a bit more than just plopping food into her bowl and changing her litterbox. Your kitty’s mental and emotional well being are also … Read More »

Great Resolutions for Pet Parents

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Happy New Year! As we leave 2020 behind–and not a minute too soon–many people are making resolutions for the coming year. This is a great time to take a look at your pet’s care routine, and see if anything could … Read More »