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Dog Nails:

Dog Nails:

When you decide to trim your dog’s nails at home, you’ll need a few supplies. First, you’ll need a pair of nail clippers. Don’t use the same clippers you use on your own nails, but purchase a pair built to accurately cut a dog’s. Dog nail clippers come in different styles and the most common […]

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  January 8, 2019   No comments
Pet Safety During the Holiday Season

Pet Safety During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is a time for fun and cheer, but there are few things that can spoil that fun faster than a sick or injured dog or cat. (Except maybe an argument between relatives). One thing to remember is that if something unfortunate does occur, know the hours of your veterinarian’s office. Keep the […]

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  December 9, 2018   No comments
Help Dog Arthritis with Diet

Help Dog Arthritis with Diet

Dogs suffer from the same types of bodily aches and pains as humans. Dogs have creaky joints, muscles soreness, cartilage loss and inflammation; inflammation is called osteoarthritis and it is the most commonly diagnosed joint and muscular problem with older dogs—usually seven marks the beginning of advanced age in dogs, although problems become especially prevalent […]

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  November 9, 2018   No comments
Territorial Cats

Territorial Cats

Did you know that cats (generally speaking) are more territorial than dogs? It’s true. And cats seem to exhibit territorial behavior for a number of reasons and in a number of ways. However, it can be difficult to determine the reason for a cat’s behavior—a cat may behave with territorial aggression to certain people and […]

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  September 8, 2018   No comments
Dog Diet: When to Feed, What Not to Feed, and How Often.

Dog Diet: When to Feed, What Not to Feed, and How Often.

Your dog’s digestive system and caloric needs are different from yours. Dogs, for instance, cannot process certain foods such as grapes (Could cause renal failure), chocolate (Allergy symptoms and possible increase in heart rate, restlessness, and vomiting—death in large doses), onions (Anemia), fruit (Often too acidic for a dog’s digestive system and high in sugar). […]

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  August 5, 2018   No comments
Tick Season:

Tick Season:

Montana has had a Spring season with above average precipitation, and the extra wet and cool Spring helped those creepy crawlies—the ticks—establish themselves. Now ticks are active in Montana for most the of the year, but they are particularly active in the Spring and the early-to-mid summer months (they are around in late-summer and fall […]

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  July 11, 2018   1 comment