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Pet microchipping has been around for quite a while, but it still holds an air of mystery for many. How does it work? What are the risks?
As a canine owner, it is important to be aware of dog behavioral changes that could indicate an undiagnosed health issue like Lyme disease.
In order to be the best pet owner possible, it’s important to understand the basics of caring for rabbits as pets.
Dental care for dogs and cats is an often overlooked area of pet care. While pet dental disease can certainly cause that pesky dog breath, it is much more serious than just stinky kisses.
The best things in life are well-balanced. We can’t have the good in the absence of bad, and sweetness is enhanced by a little bit of salt. When it comes to puppies, the same principle applies.
Our pets are usually the center of attention, so what could be better than showering them with holiday presents? If you need some ideas for what to give your pet this year, we’ve got you covered.
All dogs bark. There are plenty of situations in which it is okay (and even helpful) for a dog to bark, like to alert you of potential danger, or to let you know when the mail has been delivered. How can you prevent your dog from barking too much?
When you picture an aggressive dog, a Yorkie or Chihuahua may not be the first breed that you think about. Aggression in small dogs is a very real thing, though, and Hanford Veterinary Hospital wants to help you understand why it happens and what to do about it.
Cats definitely have minds and personalities of their own, and these personalities seem like they are pretty set in stone. Your friends at Hanford Veterinary Hospital are here to tell you that not only is it possible to train your cat, but it is not as difficult as you think.