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What is an Emergency?
You think your pet is sick or acting oddly. Should you bring your pet in, or should you wait until morning to see your regular veterinarian? Is something really wrong, or will it pass? These are questions that Emergency Pet Care gets all the time. You know your pet better than we do. If you are concerned enough to call, your pet should probably be seen. We make no attempt to diagnose or treat over the phone. But we will tell you if we think the pet should not wait another moment to be seen. Common cases that require immediate medical attention and which may progress to fatal without treatment are:
What questions to ask when looking for pet boarding
What should you look for, before deciding who to trust to watch over your beloved pet(s) while you are away? When calling around or touring a potential pet care facility, please make sure to check out the following: Vaccination Requirements: The health and safety of your pet should be the top priority! This is partially …
Is that a pet or baby? Top cat names of the year are increasingly humanlike
The line between human names and cat names have never been so blurred.
SNAP Plant Sale Fundraiser
SNAP is having their annual Plant Sale Fundraiser this Saturday, May 27th in our front parking lot. All proceeds go to spaying and neutering dogs and cats in Thurston county. This is for one day only so come on down and … Continue reading SNAP Plant Sale Fundraiser
Boarding Kennels For Dogs: What to know
At some point, you may find yourself needing to board your pet. This can happen even if you have helpful friends or usually take your dog along on trips. The decision to board your dog can be uncom…
Client handout: How to win the barking dog battle
Have your veterinary clients try these tips for more peaceful pooches.
Winter Dog Grooming, Fur and Skin Care Tips from the Pros
Winter Dog Grooming, Fur and Skin Care Tips from the Pros Winter is the time for dry and itchy skin, salt-covered sidewalks giving way to mucky snow water, and all around miserable conditions. Just like we moisturize and care for ourselves during the rough winter months, our dogs deserve the same kind of attention As the cold finally moves across New Jersey, here are some tips to help care for your dog’s fur from Purr’n Pooch’s pet stylist and groomer Cherise Burczya, a 15-year-veteran of the pet resort: 1. Brush. Pups’ fur need tender loving care just like our own locks. Brushing promotes a healthy coat and skin, especially in the dry winter months. Regular brushing also helps reduce matting, something common when fur gets wet with snow or rain, and can help…
How You Can Help Animal Shelters & Rescues
Think you have no time to help the animal welfare community? Think again. It's easy. Here's how YOU can help animal shelters and rescues.