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Grooming Your Iguana


Do you have an iguana? These charismatic lizards make fun, personable pets. Iguanas do require a good amount of work, however. One crucial thing you’ll need to keep up with is your reptilian buddy’s bathing needs. A local Dahlonega, GA veterinarian discusses grooming Iggy below. Bathing Iguanas absolutely must be allowed to soak regularly. This … Read More »

Tips for Showing Your Cows


Have you recently become interested in bringing your cows to livestock shows? It can be fun, exciting, and rewarding to show Bessie off to her admirers. However, shows mean a lot of work! A Dahlonega, GA vet offers some tips on showing Bessie in this article. Stick To A Routine Our animal companions always do … Read More »

Posted In General Care

Creating a Catio


Do you keep your kitty inside? If so, that’s great! Our feline pals may love exploring, but they are both safer and healthier as indoor pets. However, you can still let your furry buddy have the best of both worlds, by offering her a catio. A Dahlonega, GA vet offers tips on how to do … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Hug Your Hound Day


There’s a pretty ‘pawesome’ holiday around the corner: September 13th is Hug Your Hound Day! Of course, we love dogs of all shapes and sizes, and encourage all of you to hug your canine buddies. That said, this is a great time to put hound dogs in the spotlight. They haven’t gotten a whole lot … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

Teaching Fido to Swim


Do you enjoy swimming? This is a great way for you and your pup to cool off on a hot day. Many of our canine patients also enjoy the water. Swimming can actually be great for dogs. It offers a wonderful, low-impact workout, which will help keep Fido healthy. However, swimming doesn’t always come naturally … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General Care

Summer Care for Horses


Summer is here! For those of us that are horse people, this is a great time of year. Silver gets to eat fresh grass, and roll around in the dust just after you’ve bathed him. However, you do want to take a few steps to keep your equine buddy safe and healthy in the heat. … Read More »

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