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Walking Your Dog: Safety Tips


January is Walk Your Dog Month! We know, for many of you every month is Walk Your Dog Month. Even if taking Fido out for a stroll is part of your daily routine, there are some things to keep in mind. A Dahlonega, GA vet offers some important dog-walking safety tips below. Watch The Terrain … Read More »

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Adopting a Senior Pet


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 »

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 »

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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 »

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Pet Fire Prevention Day


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 »

Keeping a Senior Dog Active


Have you noticed your dog slowing down lately? It can be a bit of a shock to realize that your pet is approaching his golden years. Fido will always be the same adorable, loving companion as always. In fact, you may find that you really enjoy your canine buddy’s golden years. Senior dogs often develop … Read More »

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