pet first aid

Spring is a great time to brush up on pet first aid basics, and create or replenish a pet first aid kit. Warmer spring days outside can lead to bug bites, minor cuts, or contact with spring-time hazards in the home and around the yard. Knowing pet first aid basics and creating a pet first…

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DOYLESTOWN, PA, February 4, 2019—Holiday House Pet Resort & Training Center presented a $1000 donation to The Last Chance (TLC)program, administered by the Pennsylvania Veterinary Foundation, which provides veterinary care grants for animals in need. The funds raised came from the resort and the generous donations of clients in the dog daycare program during a…

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Dog with its head on a pillow

We’re all familiar with the human influenza virus that makes the rounds every winter. We sneeze, cough, have a runny nose, and suffer from chills and fever. Your dog can catch the canine influenza virus, and although the symptoms are similar to human flu, it’s not the same flu virus that infects people. The canine…

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Proper identification helps in quickly reuniting lost pets with their owners… Whether scared away by loud noises like thunder and firecrackers, slipping out a door that was accidentally left open, or getting past an invisible fence, losing a pet can happen. Sadly, one in three pets will go missing from home during a lifetime. Without…

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Seasonal Allergies in Dogs and Cats By knowing which common allergens affect dogs and cats, you can help your pet feel better. Do dogs sneeze? Do cats get frequent ear infections? You bet. Check out this helpful infographic to learn more…

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