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New Puppy? What To Do Next: Advice from Your Neighborhood Animal Hospital
So you've taken home your very first puppy! What happens next? Hopefully, you've at least acquired the basics by this point: pet beds, toys, food and water bowls, leashes
5 Common Dog Skin Problems
Dry, dull coat. Incessant scratching and chewing. Sound familiar? Here's what to do if your dog has skin problems.
Tips to Take the Stress out of Dog Nail Trimming
Many dogs cower or flee the room at the mere sight of clippers. These simple dog nail-trimming tips can help make trims less stressful for both of you.
Tricks for treats: How to train pets for a Fear-Free veterinary experience
Fear-Free veterinary visits start before the dog trots through your front door. Pet owners can help by training these three behaviors to make the exam a less stressful experience.
How to Move When You Have Dogs and Cats
Packing up and relocating can be a logistical nightmare, and having pets may only complicate matters. Here are tips to make moving less stressful.
15 Riding Tips from George Morris
Legendary rider and coach George Morris shares classically correct riding principles.
At a Long Island Animal Hospital, Learning How to Treat Military Dogs
Rescuers with the New York Air National Guard recently underwent training in animal care at Long Island Veterinary Specialists.
Pet Boarding: Tips for Cat and Dog Kenneling
October 2016 Whether work or vacation takes us away, sometimes we need to leave our furry friends behind. Neighbors or pet sitters can check in on your pup or cat, but in many cases, your pets may be more comfortable—and safer—if they are in the full-time care of a pet boarding facility. Whether it’s doggy daycare or the kitty kennel, boarding your pet can be a positive experience for all parties—or puppies—involved.
2. Why Cats Need Routine Veterinary Checkups
Cats need regular veterinary visits in order to live longer, happier, and healthier lives. Eighty-three percent of cats are taken to the veterinarian in the ...