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Hiking with Your Dog

There is nothing better than hiking in the Adirondacks this time of year, especially when you can bring your dog! As fun as it can be, you need to take the proper precautions to ensure your furry partner-in-crime stays safe. Here are a few...
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Thunderstorms 101

Thunderstorms 101:   One way to help your pet feel as safe and comfortable as possible during a thunderstorm is to create a safe space.   This could be a bathroom, a room with no windows, or their crate. Also playing white noise or...
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Grain Free Diets

#didyouknow There is no credible evidence found showing grain-free diets are a BETTER option for your cat or dog. There is a misconception that whole grains are just “fillers”, by “fillers” meaning grains have little to no nutritional value. Grains actually have many vital...
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Spring Pet Poisons

Spring is here! Of course, we are all excited to open the windows and have lots of fresh flowers around…. Did you know some spring flowers are toxic to cats and dogs? Be prepared! Read the link below. The Pet Poison Helpline listed the...
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Independent Felines

#didyouknow People (and most other mammals) are a pack species; cats are an independent species. This means we tend to like to go to others to get their attention/play; cats prefer to come to us on their terms. This all makes perfect sense!
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National Pet Dental Health Month

  February is one of our favorite months at Glove Cities Veterinary Hospital. It is National Pet Dental Health Month! This is a month dedicated to educating you on how to improve your pet’s oral health. Your pet’s teeth should be checked at least...
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Ticks in February!

We have had many people report that they have found ticks on their dog or cat. This is proof that year round protection from these pesky critters is very important, regardless of the temperatures outside! Make sure your pet is protected.