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  • Xylitol Poisoning in Dogs…It’s Deadly!
    So what exactly is Xylitol? Xylitol is a naturally occurring substance that is used as a sugar substitute. It's a sugar alcohol and found naturally in berries, plums, corn, oats, mushrooms, lettuce, trees, and some other fruits. Read more
  • Traveling with Pets - Your All-In-One Guide
    Almost a third of all Americans will travel more than 50 miles this holiday season. Many of those trips will include the family pet. Much like traveling with young children, traveling with your pet requires some extra planning and preparation to ensure a stress-free travel experience. Read more
  • What is that yellow ribbon?
    A yellow ribbon around a dog’s collar is to help children identify that you need to proceed with caution. The dog may not be child friendly, may have fear or anxiety issues, or may be overly excited. Either way, caution should be applied when approaching. Read more
  • Should Your Dog Wear a Coat in Winter?
    There are two camps of people in the world, dog people and… everyone else! I am only kidding, but there are people that think dogs are “only animals” and do not need all that we provide them with. For those people, I have a thought: our dogs are not wolves and not even wild animals at all. We have taken them into human society and they have adapted to it. This process is domestication. Read more
  • Dog Feeding Schedule - How Often?
    It’s a common question asked……“How often should I feed my dog?” Dogs thrive on routine and, though they do not keep track of time like we do, their internal clock makes it possible for them to tell when it’s close to the time for a routine task such as breakfast and dinner. Read more
  • Boarding Your Pet During the Holidays - Stress Free!
    Having a pet can be a 24/7/365 job. Every day you make sure your furry friend has enough food, water, shelter, and companionship. During the holidays, however, life can get hectic, crazy even, and taking care of your dog or cat can make things more complicated especially when you try to balance work, social, and family obligations. Pet boarding and/or doggy daycare can help you and your pet relax during the holiday season. Here are the top 3 benefits of boarding your pet during the Holidays: Read more
  • Halloween Safety for You and Your Pets
    Happy Halloween! It’s a day filled with little ghosts, goblins, and witches roaming the streets, stopping at doorsteps, and asking for treats. This can be both a fun and frightening time for our pets as well. Whether our pets are out enjoying the festivities, or at home, there are a few things to consider for our pet’s sake when celebrating today. Read more
  • Feline and Canine Weight Chart
    Charts show the ideal weight and body style for canine and feline pets. Read more
  • Oct. 1st - 7th - National Walk Your Dog Week - The Parks & Trails We Love!
    Tomorrow kicks off the week-long National Walk Your Dog Week and we couldn't be more excited! Regular, brisk exercise of any kind can improve confidence, stamina, energy, weight control, and life expectancy and reduce stress. It can also reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, strokes, diabetes, high blood pressure, bowel cancer, and osteoporosis. Read more
  • My Dog Is Eating Grass....Is This Ok?
    However, many owners are concerned about this habit. Many will ask, “Is this normal? Is this OK?” 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!!!!!
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