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National Catio Day

March 15, 2023

March 15th is National Catio Day! This is one holiday we know our feline patients would approve of. (Granted, Fluffy may show her appreciation in some rather odd ways, but that’s another topic.) As you may know, we always advise keeping kitties inside. Catios are a great way to let your pet enjoy some fresh air and sunshine without the risks. A local vet discusses Fluffy’s outdoor kitty pad in this article. Benefits Of Catios … Read More »

Posted in Cat Care

How Do You Know If Your Dog Is Allergic to Spring?

March 01, 2023

Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal. Your lawn will be green and lush, the birds will be chirping, and the flowers will bloom. But spring can also be a time of sickness for your dog!    Dogs get allergies like humans do, and they can have allergic reactions to all sorts of things in their environment. Read on as a local vet discusses some common signs that Fido may be having an allergic … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care

Is It Better to Adopt or Buy a Dog?

February 15, 2023

Some people have strong feelings about whether it’s better to adopt or buy a dog. Some people prefer to buy dogs from breeders and other people prefer to adopt dogs from shelters. There are also some people who feel that neither of these options is right or wrong, but rather that each person should decide for themselves which is best for them. If you’re trying to decide what is best for you, read on as … Read More »

Posted in Dog Care

Fun Facts About Seeing Eye Dogs

February 01, 2023

As you may know, seeing-eye dogs are pups that have been trained to guide and assist people with vision impairments, essentially acting as their eyes. A local Bourne, MA vet lists some interesting facts about these Very Good Boys in this article. Breed While many different breeds have been seeing-eye dogs, a few pups really excel at the job. These include the Golden Retrievers, Labrador Retrievers, and German Shepherds. History Seeing-eye dogs have been around … Read More »

Posted in General

Bunny Enrichment 101

January 15, 2023

Did you know that one of the most common bunny care mistakes is not providing entertainment? Bunnies are very inquisitive and playful by nature, and will get quite bored with nothing to do but sit in their cages all day. It’s important to provide your furry friend with ways to entertain herself. In this article, a Bourne, MA vet offers some advice on providing Floppy with the enrichment she needs to thrive. Provide A Play … Read More »

Posted in Exotic Pet Care

New Year’s Resolutions For Frisky Cats

January 01, 2023

Happy New Year! Are you starting out 2023 with a furry little ball of mischief? Our feline friends are planning all sorts of mischief for the coming year. A Bourne, MA vet lists a few of the things on Fluffy’s 2023 agenda below. Keep Claws Sharp Our feline pals are very driven to keep their little paw daggers sharp. If Fluffy hasn’t gotten a new scratcher for a while, this is a purrfect time to … Read More »

Posted in Cat Care

Holiday Gifts For Senior Dogs

December 15, 2022
Brown adult dog biting on a blue ribbon with a red gift

The holiday season is going full speed ahead. Of course, many of our canine patients are also prone to going full speed ahead, though others prefer to quietly plod along. If your dog is in his golden years, he’s probably in the latter group. Fido’s age is definitely something to consider when picking out gifts for him! A Bourne, MA vet lists some great gifts for pups in their golden years below.  Beds Making sure … Read More »

Ways To Celebrate Cat Lovers Month

December 01, 2022
Ginger cat with a lady wearing checkered shirt

Did you know that December is Cat Lovers Month? Kitties are known for being easy keepers, but they do need love and attention. A Bourne, MA veterinarian lists some ways to get Fluffy’s little motor going in this article. Playtime Did you know that playing with Fluffy regularly is one of the best things you can do for her health and well-being? The physical exercise your kitty gets running and jumping will help keep her … Read More »

Reasons To Be Thankful For Pets

November 15, 2022
Two husky dogs with party hats and a dog cake

Thanksgiving is coming up fast. Many people are already starting their preparations! Of course, while it’s great to enjoy some of those delicious meals with loved ones, it’s also important to remember the reason for the holiday: gratitude. Pets are definitely something to be grateful for! A local Bourne, MA veterinarian lists some reasons why in this article. Love Pets are able to provide us with unconditional love, which is both rare and precious. Fido … Read More »

Canine Lymphoma Day

November 01, 2022
Lady in blonde hair and white long shirt hugging a dog

November 7th is Canine Lymphoma Day. Canine lymphoma may not be a fun topic, but it is an important one. This is one of the most common cancers we see in our canine companions. A local Bourne, MA vet offers more information below. History This awareness day was started by dog trainer Terry Simons, who lost his beloved furry companion, Reveille, to lymphoma. He started the annual event back in 2005, to help raise awareness … Read More »

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