Ghosts, goblins, and ... raisins? There’s a lot for your pets to fear during America’s spookiest holiday. That’s because there are plenty of ways for pets to find trouble—particularly if left alone with a bag full of goodies. Here are the biggest Halloween pet hazards to watch out for, learn more »
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We’ve all seen them—-The out-of-control dog running around, jumping and barking, with their equally out of control, and screaming, owner in tow. We might roll our eyes in disgust and comment to ourselves ‘My dog would NEVER behave so badly!’ or ‘Geez, haven’t you ever heard of learn more »
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BOOM! BOOM! BANG! It’s fireworks season!
Each year at this time, my dog Vyvyan tries to convince me that the sky is falling and that we need to run for cover. I try to explain that the loud bangs and bright flashes are our way of celebrating freedom, but he’ll have none of it. To learn more »
The Oregon Humane Society is coming to Rose City Veterinary Hospital on Saturday, June 9th, 2012 from 1 - 5 pm. The whole family is invited to attend and bring along your friends, too! Spin the prize wheel for fun giveaways and refreshments will make it a fun time for all!
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Shelby, a thirteen year old Pug, was diagnosed with osteoarthritis two years ago after increasing periods of limping on her hind legs. Daily activities became difficult for her, and her owners knew something needed to be done when it became a challenge for Shelby to even stand after she learn more »