6 Ways to Keep Your Cat Purring

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September is Happy, Healthy Cat Month! Of course, we think kitties deserve to be happy and healthy all year! However, this is a great time to talk about Fluffy’s care needs, and what it takes to keep her content. Here, … Read More »

Camping With Fido

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Are you planning to go camping this summer? If you have a dog, Fido may be absolutely delighted to accompany you. After all, camping is a way for your pet to combine four of his favorite things: exploring, sniffing new … Read More »

Choosing a Pocket Pet

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Are you thinking about adopting a tiny ball of fur for a pet? Bunnies, gerbils, hamsters, and Guinea pigs are all super cute, and can make great pets. These adorable animals all have the same basic needs: a clean, comfy … Read More »

6 Fun Ways to Keep Your Dog From Getting Bored

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Man’s Best Friend has many wonderful traits: he’s cute, loving, loyal, and lots of fun. Fido is also pretty smart. In fact, our canine friends have an intelligence equal to that of a young human child. Bored dogs have a … Read More »

Catnip 101

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Everyone’s heard of catnip. How much do you truly know about our feline friends’ favorite vice? Here, your Crown Point, IN veterinarian fills you in on the basics. What Exactly is Catnip? Catnip is a natural herb, categorized in the … Read More »

Helpful Tips on Choosing Dog Toys

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Does your dog sometimes run to you with his favorite toy when he wants to play? Fido can be super adorable when he’s feeling frisky! Playing with your dog is great for both of you: it helps your pooch burn … Read More »

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

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Does your canine buddy sometimes get into mischief when he’s left alone? Do you often return home to find that Fido has gotten into the trash, chewed up your sofa cushions, or dug holes in the yard? If so, your … Read More »

Doggy Paw Care Tips

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Your dog’s paws are crucial to his health and well-being. Fido’s furry little feet are, of course, critical to his mobility. They also cushion his bones and joints, and help him get traction. In this article, a Crown Point veterinarian … Read More »