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Mites on Snakes

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Snakes are very beautiful, and can make wonderful pets. They’re quiet, fascinating to watch, and don’t need much space. They’re also quite low maintenance: they don’t eat every day, so your only daily chores will be spot-cleaning the cage and giving your pet fresh water. However, just like any other animal, snakes can be afflicted … Read More »

New Year’s Resolutions For Dogs

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Happy New Year! Are you making resolutions for 2020? If so, your dog will be right by your side as you strive towards your priorities. If Fido could make resolutions, what goals did you think he would set for himself? A local Dahlonega, GA vet lists some ‘pawsible’ options below. Get More Treats No surprises … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Dog Care

Fluffy’s Cutest Holiday Traditions

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The holiday season has officially arrived! It’s always nice to spend time with friends and family, and enjoy traditional foods and activities. As it turns out, our adorable feline pals have a few traditions of their own. A local Dawsonville, GA vet discusses Fluffy’s holiday agenda below. Help With Decorating Cats are very thoughtful little … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Cat Care

Holiday Hazards for Birds

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Do you have a pet bird? If so, you’ll want to take some extra precautions to keep Polly safe over the next few weeks. The holidays can be very dangerous for our feathered friends! Read on as a Dahlonega, GA veterinarian lists some holiday hazards for birds. Trees Trees are a huge danger for pet … Read More »

How To Spoil A Senior Cat

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Is your kitty getting along in years? Our feline friends have been enjoying longer lifespans recently, with some kitties living well into their late teens or even their 20’s. As your furball ages, you’ll want to take a few steps to keep her happy, healthy, and purring in her golden years. Here, a Dahlonega, GA … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General

Bunnyproofing Tips

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Have you recently adopted a bunny? Congratulations! You’ve picked an adorable little pet. However, don’t let that cute furry face fool you. Rabbits can be quite a handful! One thing that is very important for people with bunnies to know is that these little furballs chew constantly. Therefore, you’ll need to do some petproofing. A … Read More »

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