Whether you have a cat, dog or an exotic pet, boarding your pet can be a stressful experience for them. However, there are steps you can take to reduce stress when boarding pets. We will discuss how to identify stress, as well as ways to reduce stress when boarding your pets.
It’s understandable to prefer your pet to stay at home while you go on vacation. However, we know this is not always ideal. This is why All Pets Veterinary Medical Center offers professional pet boarding & grooming services, whether you have a cat, dog or an exotic pet! Our trained and caring technicians will monitor your pet’s entire stay to ensure your pet is happy, health and feels right at home!
Our pets enjoy when the hot summer days begin to cool down just as much as we do. With cooler temperatures, your pet will have more energy for being outdoors and enjoy fun pet-friendly fall activities. Our team here at All Pets has compiled a list of a few of the many fall activities you can enjoy with your pet.
While fireworks, picnics and other Fourth of July traditions can be great fun for people, these festivities can be frightening and even dangerous for animals. Noisy fireworks and other celebrations can startle animals and make them anxious, even causing some to possibly run away. All Pets Veterinary has put together a list of tips to help you make sure your pet can stay calm during the noisy Fourth of July traditions.
If you have a pet, you know how frustrating hair can be, especially during the winter months where it needs to be kept long to keep your furry friend warm. However, keeping the fur off clothing, furniture and the floor can be a never-ending battle. Here are a few tips to maintaining your pet’s long hair.
Whether you are a dog lover, a cat lover, or just a loving pet parent, our team here at All Pets Veterinary Medical Center has rounded up some of the best and most unique gifts for your little furry friends this Christmas!
The holiday time around Christmas and New Year is obviously a period for most individuals when much food and drink is consumed, homes are filled with more people than usual, there are often children around, and Christmas trees adorned with presents are given pride of place. All of this can create an environment in which is very easy for pets to be exposed to poisons. This article will look some Christmas-specific poisons facing your canine and feline friends.