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Keeping Fido Cool

Keeping Fido Cool

July 01, 2020

Florida summers are absolutely beautiful. They can also be absolutely sweltering. That can be a problem for our canine companions, however. Fido gets hot very quickly in summer! Here, a Seminole, FL vet offers some tips on keeping your pup cool. Water Make sure your pooch always fresh, clean water available. If you have a yard, you’ll want to keep water bowls outdoors as well. You may want to get Fido a pet fountain. Many … Read More »

Odd But Adorable Ways Cats Show Affection

March 01, 2020

Kitties are full of amusing quirks. These cuddly little furballs are actually quite capable predators, who decided they prefer being pampered over actually working for their dinner. Although Fluffy is independent, she still does need good care to thrive. However, your cat may show her appreciation and affection for the love, care, and catnip you provide in some rather unusual ways. A Seminole, FL vet lists some of them below. Purrs The purr is one … Read More »

Posted in Behavior, Cat Care

5 Things You Learn When You Adopt A Senior Pet

November 01, 2019

November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month! While we love seeing any animal go to a good home, we’re always thrilled when senior pets get adopted. Far too many older dogs and cats end up in shelters, sometimes after years of loyalty. These guys often just can’t compete with kittens and puppies, and have a very hard time getting adopted. Read on as a local Seminole, FL vet lists some things you learn when you … Read More »

Posted in Cat Care, Dog Care

Keeping Your Dog Hydrated

July 01, 2019

Florida is an absolutely beautiful state, but our summers are definitely scorchers. We’re into the hottest part of the year now. The heat can be very dangerous for our canine pals. Dogs can’t sweat to cool off, and panting only does so much. One thing that is very important is making sure your pup stays hydrated. Read on as a Seminole, FL vet offers some tips on keeping Fido hydrated. Water Stations First things first: … Read More »