• Could Your Dog Be Stressed Out?
    Your golden retriever Dakota is the most energetic, sociable dog you’ve ever met. This fun-loving boy can’t get enough of his brisk neighborhood walks and dog park visits; and he Read more
  • Details of Your Dog’s Dental Cleaning Appointment
    Your newly adopted golden retriever Sadie has the most beautiful coat in town. Unfortunately, your dog’s teeth also have a yellowish cast, probably the result of inadequate dental care before Read more
  • Stop Your Feline Destruction Machine
    Your orange tabby cat Charley has developed an obsession with couches and chairs. No, your opportunistic feline doesn’t hop on each nicely upholstered furniture piece, deciding which one is suitable Read more
  • External Parasites Can Make Your Cat Miserable
    Your tabby cat Thomas has become a feline binge scratcher. For several days, Thomas has periodically launched into frantic scratching episodes lasting for several minutes. You think you’ve figured out Read more
  • Your Poor Pooch Can Suffer from Allergies, Too
    Your golden retriever Bailey looks like he’s preparing for an allergy-related television commercial. Bailey has recently been scratching like crazy, and his skin has a reddish tint under his coat. Read more
  • Learn How Pet Ownership Can Improve Your Health
    Your border collie Sadie is a canine workout partner and health coach, all rolled into one furry package. Sadie loves to join you for daily jogs, and she’s always ready Read more
  • My Cat Has Unfriended Her Litter Box
    Your Siamese cat Sasha is the most reliable cat you’ve ever met. Each morning, Sasha sits at her favorite window for some up-close birdwatching. Since that makes Sasha hungry, she Read more
  • Understand Your Dog’s Battle with Separation Anxiety
    Your golden retriever Murphy really is a canine double agent. Most of the time, Murphy is a happy, well-adjusted dog who loves people, other dogs, and even most cats. However, Read more
  • Is Your Cat Spoiled?
    Do you suspect your kitty might be a little bit spoiled? Most housecats generally live pretty comfortable lives. We’re guessing your furball spends her days sleeping, eating, grooming herself, and Read more
  • I Want a Dog, But I Have Allergies
    You’ve acquired a severe case of dog envy. Many of your friends have dogs, and they’ve built entire social circles around their dog walking and dog park trips. You’ve wanted Read more
  • Xylitol Poisoning in Pets
    With Halloween and Trick-or-Treat night quickly approaching, xylitol poisoning becomes an even more prevalent danger. Learn more about this hazardous pet poison below as a Reynoldsburg veterinarian elaborates.What Is Xylitol?Xylitol Read more
  • Interpreting Your Cat’s Tail Positions
    Cats can be difficult to figure out—oftentimes, they’re very mysterious. However, one of the easiest ways to figure out what your cat is saying is by observing her tail. The Read more
  • Preventing Your Dog’s Nipping and Biting
    Many dogs commonly nip and bite. It’s natural for your both puppies and older dogs, and is most often done playfully. However, those of us who are getting nipped and Read more
  • Pet Microchipping
    Proper identification is one of the best and easiest ways to keep your pet safe throughout her lifetime. Microchips are great for doing just that. Here, a Pickerington veterinarian answers Read more
  • Money-Saving Suggestions for Pet Owners
    What pet owner doesn’t wish they could save a little money here and there? Try these tips from a Reynoldsburg vet to save yourself some cash while still giving your Read more
  • Learn the Basics of Kitten Vaccinations
    Since August is Immunization Awareness Month, it’s time to consider what our kittens need to be in the best possible health. Below, a Reynoldsburg vet discusses the basics of kitten Read more

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