Breed Highlight: Dachshund

Dachshunds may be the smallest of hounds, but they have the biggest spirit. The distinctive shape of the Dachshund first catches the eye, but people who know him appreciate his character, intelligence, hunting spirit and absolute devotion to his people.

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Incorporating Pets into Your Wedding

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One of the sweetest things about weddings today is having man’s (and woman’s) best friend take part in the ceremony. Our pets have become such a big part of our lives, it is only natural that we would want them to be a part of our big day.  However, you may be stumped for ideas. All Pets Veterinary Medical Center has put together a list of ideas to include your furry friend in your big day!

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Minimize Your Dog’s Springtime Shedding

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Spring is a time for new growth — and that includes your dog’s coat. Your dog will typically shed his or her old, fuzzy undercoats and grow a new, sleek fur. While most dogs shed all year, shedding tends to be heaviest in the springtime. Avoiding drifts of feathery fur piling up in the corners of your home requires a proactive approach and staying on top of it with basic dog-grooming. Our team here at All Pets Veterinary Medical Center has compiled a list of tips so that you can minimize your dog’s shedding this spring.

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Spring Puppy Fever Series: Alternative Ways to Play with Your Puppy

One of the best ways to turn your puppy into a model citizen is to play fun games with him. Playing with your pup keeps him busy, as well as channels his energy into fun and constructive activities that does not involve any property destruction. This will also help with obedience training, deepen our dog relationship and establish us as the pack leader. Our team here at All Pets Veterinary Medical Center has compiled a list of fun alternative ways you can play with your puppy.

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Spring Puppy Fever Series : Adopting vs. Buying

Adopting Vs. Buying A Dog

Are you ready to bring a new furry friend member into your family? If so, that’s great! Having a dog will enrich your life in numerous ways. Thinking about how to find the right dog for you? You may be considering whether or not to adopt from an animal shelter or buy a puppy from your local pet store or trusted breeder. This article will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each of these options.

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Spring Puppy Fever Series: You Can Adopt an Adult Dog Too

Adult Dog

When adopting a dog, one choice you will need to make is whether or not to adopt a puppy or an adult. This is not always an easy decision, but adult dogs have many advantages that are not always seen right away.

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Is a Bunny a Good Addition to Your Family?

Are you considering welcoming a bunny into your family? If so, this is not a decision that should be made lightly. Before making this addition to your family, consider the following information and how this decision will affect the life of a rabbit or two and every member in your household.

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The Origin of the Easter Bunny

The Easter Bunny is an anthropomorphic, egg-laying rabbit who sneaks into homes the night before Easter to deliver baskets full of goodies, including colored eggs, toys and chocolates. Many may be wondering how the origin of the Easter Bunny came to be, as well as why we have Easter eggs and many other festive things that go with the holiday.

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Easter Safety Tips for Your Pets

Easter is a joyous time celebrated by many. There’s a lot of planning that goes into family gatherings and the fun, food and festivities to be enjoyed by children and adults alike. But have you remembered to plan for you pets as well?

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