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Brushing Your Cat

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Did you know that cats spend up to a third of the time they are actually awake grooming themselves? Our feline pals are very clean, which is one of the many reasons they are such beloved and popular pets. However, your furry little diva will still benefit from being brushed. A local Dahlonega, GA vet … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Love Your Pet Day Crafts for Kids

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Love Your Pet Day is coming up February 20th. Pets have really helped many people through the challenges of the past year. If you have little ones at home, why not have them make some things for their furry pal? A Dahlonega, GA vet offers some suggestions below. Dogs Rope toys are lots of fun … Read More »

Adopting a Senior Pet

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November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month! While there’s no bad time to adopt a pet, this is a perfect opportunity to bring a new furry friend into your home. Why not consider an older dog or cat? Puppies and kittens are adorable, but senior pets also have some pretty ‘pawesome’ advantages. A Dahlonega, GA … Read More »

Creating a Catio

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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

Pet Fire Prevention Day

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Today, July 15th, is National Pet Fire Safety Day. House fires are one of the most dangerous—not to mention terrifying—things people can experience. This is one area where an ounce of prevention can be worth several pounds of cure! Here, a Dahlonega, GA vet offers some pet fire prevention tips. Gas Knobs Do you have … Read More »

Taking Your Cat to Work When Telecommuting

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June 22nd is Take Your Cat To Work Day! Actually, for some of us, every day is now Take Your Cat To Work Day. This year, more people than ever have been working from home. That means that many of our feline patients are spending a lot more time with their humans. Read on as … Read More »

Posted In Behavior, Cat Care
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