National Greyhound Adoption Month

  Did you know that April is Greyhound Adoption Month? Put on by The Greyhound Project, this endeavor aims to raise awareness about greyhounds — often retired racers — who desperately need homes. If you and your family have been considering adoption, greyhounds are a calm and good-natured breed to consider, and April could be

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Ask the Vet: Why Is My Dog Eating Poop?

  Dog owners frequently want to know why their dogs are consuming either their own or other pets’ feces. And it’s a good question! Indeed, it’s not uncommon for dogs to consume fecal matter (poop), and this odd behavior even has a name: Coprophagia. Practically speaking, coprophagia or the canine consumption of fecal matter isn’t

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Tips to Help Calm Your Pets During Storms

  Shaking, panting, whining, hiding — have you ever seen your cat or dog do these things during a storm? It’s not uncommon for pets to become rather terrified when a thunderstorm occurs. After all, for them, it’s a harrowing experience that can’t be explained away. They don’t know why it’s happening, but they definitely

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Flea & Tick Prevention for Pets

  As an animal owner, it is essential to be mindful of the possible harm that fleas and ticks can inflict upon your pet — and perhaps you. Fleas can carry diseases and parasites such as Murine typhus, tapeworms, Bartonella (Cat Scratch Fever), and more. Ticks are well-known for their transmittal of Lyme disease, but

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Oklahoma is Definitely Pet Friendly

  Wondering if having a pet in the state of Oklahoma is an A-OK idea? Turns out, it’s a great idea. In fact, according to the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Oklahoma is the fourth most pet-friendly state in the entire country. Unfortunately, not all states are so lucky. The many congested areas of New York,

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