July 2018
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Take Your Cat to the Vet Week

Did you know that this week is officially Take Your Cat to the Vet Week? Weird isn’t it because we know you care about your cat so much, you bring them in for regular checkups, vaccinations, whenever they are feeling bad, and dental visits, right? Oh, you don’t? Well then, let me give you some […]

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PAW Plans, Pet Pals, Paws for a Cause

Do you like a bargain? I sure do. Going to the store and seeing something you have been wanting for a while and finding the price reduced, what a feeling. Do you like sharing that bargain with your friends? Are you one of the people that shares stuff with your friends on Social Media? Have […]

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Lost Pet Prevention Month

Did you know that July is Lost Pet Prevention Month? There’s some interesting thoughts here to think about. How can you lose a pet? How can you prevent losing a pet? Is it such a big deal that there needs to be a month about it? All of those questions can be easily answered. Losing […]

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Boy is it H.O.T.

I read a lot of things online about animals, no surprise. Whether they are websites, blogs, or social media, they often have something important to say. At this time of year, there are many items about leaving animals in hot cars. Sometimes, it can seem like this is all that people are talking about. I […]

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Bang Goes the Holiday

When we shoot a gun, some people will flinch even though they knew it would be loud. When lightning strikes close, we expect thunder, even though we are sometimes startled. When we go to watch fireworks, we know there will be a boom, and yet we sometimes jump because it is closer or louder than […]

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PAWS for a Cause

We are SO excited. There is something new that we have been planning for a while and it is here! PAWS for a Cause is a new program that goes into effect today. Have you heard of our PAW Plans? These replaced our Wellness Plans that were offered before. PAW Plans are a way to […]

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Dog Flu Vaccination Day

This week’s blog is to make sure you notice and are aware of a danger to our dogs. One of the initial outbreak areas that has been reported was in Georgia and it seems to be moving into our area from there. This flu variant is HIGHLY contagious. If a dog is exposed to it, there […]

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Adopt a Cat Month

Ever had a cat (you can’t say you’ve owned one because cats are Sovereign Citizens)? They are fun to watch as they chase whatever is in their imagination or the “magical red dot” we so like to torment them with. Such soft fur as it rubs against your legs when you are trying to get […]

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Community Pet Support Day

We’ve got a great new event to announce! Community Pet Support Day will be held on Sunday, June 11, 1-3pm at 304 N Haywood St in the parking lot in front of The Dog House. This is intended for those who are in need to receive support for their pets, but, no proof of income […]

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Fleas and Ticks

Fleas and ticks…fleas and ticks…fleas and ticks. Seems like these are all over the news and social media right now. How to Safely Remove a Tick. Are Ticks in Your Area? These are just some of the headlines I have been seeing. Is it because it is just that time of year? Partly. Is it […]

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