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  • How to Safely Have Fun With Your Pets on Halloween
    Halloween Fun “Fur” EveryoneHalloween is my favorite holiday. You get to dress up, stay out late and eat a bunch of candy that was FREE! What more could you want Read more
  • Veterinary Care for Aging Pets
    Every pet owner wants their special furry friend to live forever, but unfortunately our pets age more rapidly than we do. With old age comes a host of potential health Read more
  • Training Tips Thursday: Kids and Pets
    Training Tips Thursday: Kids And Pets **The advice in this blog is not intended to replace training with a professional. All comments and opinions are that of Aleta McHardy, who is Read more
  • Are Microchips Necessary?
    Microchips for pet identification have become increasingly popular. Almost every rescue and shelter routinely microchips pets before they are adopted out to a family. What is a microchip? Here is Read more
  • What You Need to Know About Your Pet's Mouth
    Bad Breath Most pet owners only start to consider dental work for their pet when they notice bad breath. Bad breath, or ‘halitosis’, occurs when your pet has a dental condition Read more
  • How to Walk Your Dog Without Letting Your Dog Walk You
    Learning how to walk your dog is crucial to a healthy relationship with your canine. Read more
  • Know Your Vet: Dr. Edgar
    All you need to know about Dr. Edgar! She enjoys caring for her patients, focusing on pain management and the care of reptiles. Read more
  • Understanding Your Dog's Vaccines and Why We Vaccinate
    Why Do We Vaccinate? Dogs are given several different vaccinations over the course of their lifetime. The vaccines that we give protect them from a variety of diseases that are both Read more
  • Making Your Dog's Trip to the Vet a Breeze
    Making your pet's trip to the vet needs to be stress free, here are some great tips on how to have a smooth visit. Read more
  • Making Your Cat's Trip to the Vet a Breeze!
    The dreaded vet’s office.Cats always know what’s up. As soon as you pull out the carrier, the most you’ll be seeing of your cat is a bristled tail underneath a Read more
  • Know Your Vet: Dr. Belnap
    Dr. Belnap works hard at Sugar House Veterinary, as well as the Humane Society of Utah to ensure the proper care and treatment of all animals. Read more
  • Winter Time and Pets: Do's and Don'ts
    Winter is almost upon us, the days are getting shorter, the sky is cloudy, and the leaves are falling. You no longer have to worry about heat exhaustion and dehydration Read more
  • Diabetes in Pets: What do I Need to Know?
    Diabetes in Pets: What do I Need to Know? November is Pet Diabetes month. If you aren’t familiar with diabetes, then it can be overwhelming if your pet is diagnosed with Read more
  • What Brand of Pet Food Should I Buy?
    That is the million-dollar question isn’t it? The pet food industry is literally a $60-billion dollar industry and every pet food company claims that their pet food is the best Read more
  • Know Your Vet: Dr. Seggermann
    Dr. Seggermann loves animals, her family, and her job! She also enjoys running, and cooking different ethnic foods. Read more
  • Understanding Your Cat's Vaccines and Why We Vaccinate
    Why Do We Vaccinate? As we discussed in our blog about dog vaccines, cats are also given several different vaccinations over the course of their lifetime. The vaccines that we give Read more

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