PICK A DUCK, SAVE SOME BUCKS!

PICK A DUCK, SAVE SOME BUCKS!

It is time to pick a duck for February Dental Awareness Month! Deanna, our Client Care Team Lead, is holding our discount duck pond. Inside the pond are several ducks with percentages ranging from 10% to 15% off. Every client is guaranteed 10% for their pet’s dental for procedures scheduled during the month of February. This game was a major success back in February and […]

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Intestinal Parasites, Fleas and Ticks… Oh my!!

Intestinal Parasites, Fleas and Ticks… Oh my!!

They’re creepy, they’re crawly…and they can carry diseases. Fleas and ticks are not just a nuisance, but pose animal and human health risks. They suck your pet’s blood, they suck human blood, and can transmit diseases. Some of the diseases that fleas and ticks can transmit from animals to humans (zoonotic diseases) include plague, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, bartonellosis and others. That’s why it’s […]

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The Importance of Scooping Poop

The Importance of Scooping Poop

Pet waste is smelly, unsightly and messy and attracts bugs and rodents. It is also a health risk to both people and other pets, and it adversely affects water quality. In many locales, it is required by law to pick up your pet’s poop and dispose of it properly. It’s also just the neighborly thing to do. Nobody likes stepping in poop and getting it […]

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Managing Your Dog’s Congestive Heart Failure

Managing Your Dog’s Congestive Heart Failure

Published by Jean Marie Bauhaus A post by Hill’s Congestive heart failure can be a scary diagnosis to receive from your veterinarian. Sadly, many small breeds as well as some large breeds, are prone to developing this condition later in life. The good news is that with proper treatment and lifestyle management this diagnosis is containable. However, it’s important to recognize the symptoms of congestive heart […]

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If Those Ears Could Talk…

If Those Ears Could Talk…

Cat language goes beyond the vocalizations that typically include hisses, growls, chattering, and meows. Nonverbal language such as tail talk offers many advantages over vocalizations. For example, sounds give away a cat’s location while posturing can’t be overheard. To many owners’ surprise, feline communication is done in large part through a cat’s ears, providing tons of useful information regarding a cat’s mood or next course of action. Various Types of […]

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Why Does My Dog Like To Run Away?

Why Does My Dog Like To Run Away?

Even though your dog loves you, she may sometimes like to run away. Some dogs do it all the time. Others respond to certain triggers. Some are like magicians and seem to be able to get out of any fence. Although your pet may just go next door and back, running away can be dangerous. She could get hurt or could get lost and never […]

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10 Cat Exercises Your Pet Will Enjoy

10 Cat Exercises Your Pet Will Enjoy

Try these 10 cat exercise tips: Pair up exercise partners. Since a cat won’t respond to your requests to play as easily as a dog might, start with two cats. A pair of cats who get along well will get plenty of exercise through their own wrestling and chasing games. Some older cats still wrestle like kittens. It’s easier to get two cats at the […]

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6 New Years Resolutions Your Dog Wishes You’d Make

6 New Years Resolutions Your Dog Wishes You’d Make

Forget going to the gym or learning Italian. This is the year to let your dog make your New Year’s resolutions for you. After all, your pup’s lifelong endeavor is to be your loving, loyal companion. The least you can do this year is bring an extra wag or two to their world. Besides, your dog’s resolutions will have you both feeling great, and the best part […]

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What Would You Do If Your Dog Went Missing?

What Would You Do If Your Dog Went Missing?

A couple combed a rural Montana community for their Border collie, Katie. This is not a typical informative blog that we like to post here at Companion Animal Hospital. Too many of us know the heartbreaking truth of a beloved family pet to go missing. This is a touching story about how one couple pulled out all of the stops to find their good girl, […]

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24 Dogs Enjoying Their Very First Christmas In Their Forever Home

24 Dogs Enjoying Their Very First Christmas In Their Forever Home

From baby pups to senior rescues, these Very Good Dogs™ are enjoying their first Christmas in their forever homes! Feel free to text us pictures of your dogs in their Christmas best to 931-359-6376! Fiona is in her first-Christmas best and being a very good girl. Not only is it Harley’s first Christmas but also her first time in the snow. Halp. Little Jerry Seinfeld […]

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