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Helping Cats Have Comfortable Vet Visits

The first step to making a cat’s vet experience comfortable starts long before the appointment. The first thing to consider will be transportation. Transportation planning starts by getting the appropriate carrier for your cat. Either hard or soft carriers can work for cats, but make sure to choose one that’s big enough for your cat […]

Our Take on Pet Insurance and Wellness Plans

Pet Insurance May of our clients have asked us about pet insurance and whether we recommend it. This is a complicated topic, but typically pet insurance is a good idea if you’re worried about potential costs of unexpected health issues. If you are considering pet insurance, be sure to read policies as carefully as you […]

We (Almost) Have a Champion!

We had a wonderful time at the Rose City Classic Dog Show from January 18 to 22.  We are very proud of all our clients who participated! The Rose City Classic Dog Show is a really fun event for all dog lovers and a wonderful way to spend a day or two. It’s the biggest […]

Featured Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a small spaniel classed as a toy dog by The Kennel Club and the American Kennel Club. It originated in the United Kingdom and is the 19th most popular breed in the United States. Cavaliers are affectionate, gentle and graceful. Here are the Cavaliers’ typical inherited health concerns, as […]

Certified Cat Friendly Practice

Do you know the importance of a cat-friendly veterinary hospital? Here is what the American Association of Feline Practitioners has to say on this subject: “In the United States, there are millions more owned cats than owned dogs, yet cats visit veterinarians less frequently than dogs. A major reason is that it is very stressful […]

Featured Breed: Greyhounds

About the Breed: These tall, slender, lovable pups have been trusty companions all over the globe for thousands of years, with first evidence of their existence dating back to Egypt in 2900 B.C. Today, many people choose to adopt retired racing dogs when they adopt greyhounds. Some toy dogs are said to be “big dogs […]