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Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety and your pet; return to a routine may not be fun for all! Yesterday I received my second Covid-19 vaccine. With that, I hold visions of restaurant dining, local music with wine, food, and friends, and browsing in a store. I imagine hugging my...

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Grain-Free Diets

Grain-Free Diets

“Helch, ih icch hilw haaw, unheroooah.” Dentists do have a way of asking you questions when they have their hands in your mouth. But, they also have the talent of seemingly understanding your answers. Thus my “discussion” with Dr. T. sounded a lot like...

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The Grieving Process

The Grieving Process

Written by Dr. Cate Drost It has been a while since I wrote a blog post, truly, since I’ve written much of anything. You see, I have been grieving, and I find if I spend time with myself, and my thoughts, they circle back to the loss, and relive moments-...

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Let’s Talk About Restraint

Let’s Talk About Restraint

Max from Columbus asks, “Do I really need a cat carrier?” I love this question! Let’s talk about restraint. Walking into the vet’s office can be quite an experience for some people, and quite a nightmare for some pets. Although I wish it weren’t true, some...

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Holiday Considerations For Our pets

Holiday Considerations For Our pets

It is the Holidays! Hanukkah has just finished and Christmas is really gearing up.

When I think about the Holidays and our pets, I think of Tucker, our Golden, who absolutely loved to wear his “antlers” and carry around a toy. I miss him frequently still, but he was such a part of Christmas morning on our farm.

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