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  • Top 5 Spots to Find Hidden Ticks on Your Dog
    Tick season is here! It is imperative that you take tick prevention for your pet seriously, as the long-term health consequences of tick-borne diseases can be debilitating and life-threatening. Some of these diseases being lifelong and with no cure, others causing debilitating chronic medical issues. Ticks can hide anywhere on your furry friend - here are the top 5 places! Read more
  • Should You Let Your Dog Sleep With You?
    To let them or not to let them, that is the question. Many veterinarians and behaviorists will strongly recommend NOT letting your dog sleep in your bed. They tend to be mute when it comes to cats, and have no opinion. So what do I think? Read more
  • Should You Worry About Opossum's?
    As a pet owner, you have concerns and worries all over the place both inside and outside of the house. But, are opossum's one of the things you should worry about? Read more
  • Vehicle Temps and YOUR Pet
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  • Can the Pills In Your Medicine Cabinet Kill Your Pet?
    Never give your pet a human medication without calling us first. Likewise, be sure to keep your medications secure in a chew-proof container (plastic baggies don’t work well). Another consideration is keeping your pet’s medications in a separate location from your own to further prevent mistakes. Read more
  • The "Potty Dance" Explained
    After going potty, you may have noticed that your dog has the tendency to use their paws to kick and dig up the surrounding areas. The explanation is simple right? They're simply covering up their "mess" — but, as it turns out, there’s a logic-filled reason behind the "Potty Dance". Read more
  • Retractable Leashes - Are They Worth the Risk?
    Retractable dog leashes are everywhere! With close to one-third of dog-owners carrying one as their leash of choice. They are popular. In case you don’t know what kind of leash I am referring to; this is a retractable leash. Consisting of a plastic handle containing a spring-loaded mechanism controlling a thin cord. They seem like an ingenious idea, right? My thought - No, stay away! Read more
  • How Many Litter Boxes Do You Need?
    A question we're often asked by kitty owners is, "How many litterboxes should they have in their household?" Do they have enough of them? In an ideal world, you could never really have too many litterboxes. But, who wants to have a dozen litterboxes scattered throughout the house. We do have a general rule of thumb to guide you through, especially if there is a concern about your kitty having any urinary behavior problems. Read more
  • Fun, Fit, and Challenging Feline Feeders
    At the clinic, we're frequently asked about different cat feeders to help with weight management and playful/creative and challenging ways to dispense treats. So, I took a little time to review a few products that can help with both. These are products that we've tested, use, and recommend to our clients. Read more
  • How Much Sleep Does Your Pet Need?
    Let's face it, whether it's jealousy or concern we often spend time watching our pets sleep wondering, "How long are you going to lay there for?" With all of the conflicting information and emotions regarding the amount of sleep humans need it's natural to transfer that question to our pets. In this blog post, I'll share which animals need the most/least sleep along with the steps you can take to help ensure your pet gets the best sleep possible. Read more

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  • "Hugo our Great Pyrenees loves Waunakee Vet Clinic and also how fabulous he looks after his shampoo, cut, and blow out from his leading stylist Courtney!!!!!
    Best staff and always so welcoming!
    5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"
    Tami H.
  • "Our family put our trust in Dr. Arnett and his staff when our cat was bitten by a dog.. Dr Wes and his staff took great care of us and our cat, Niko, immediately on a Saturday morning. Niko ended up needing a leg amputation and had to stay for a few days. Once again his staff was awesome and their facility allowed us to fine and visit him one on one in our own private area. Highly recommend!!"
    Michael F.