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Guinea Pig Toys

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Did you know that today, March 1st, is Pig Day? This honorary holiday may have been meant for larger pigs, but there’s no reason not to include Guinea pigs in the fun. Guinea pigs are very cute and charming little pets! Like all of our other animal companions, they need entertainment and stimulation in order … Read More »

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Brown squirrel with a darker line on the back

Halloween is upon us: there are pumpkin, ghost, and witch decorations everywhere! The autumn holiday can be fun, but pet parents should be aware that this can be a dangerous time of year for our animal companions. Read on for some Halloween safety tips from a Fayetteville, NC vet. Cats The best way to keep … Read More »

8 Ways to Pamper a Rabbit


Have you recently adopted a rabbit? We probably don’t have to tell you that bunnies make absolutely adorable pets. However, Floppy does have some specific needs, so first-time bunny owners will need to do some research. Here, a Fayetteville, NC veterinarian offers tips on how to spoil your furry pal. Free Time This one really … Read More »

Grooming Your Bunny


Do you have a bunny? If so, you’ve got a super cute pet! Rabbits are quite clean, but they do need some help with grooming. In this article, a Fayetteville, NC vet discusses Floppy’s beauty regimen. Brushing Brushing will remove dead hair and dander from Floppy’s coat. This will reduce the chances of your pet … Read More »

Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig Month


Did you know that March is Adopt A Rescued Guinea Pig Month? Guinea pigs can make very charming and lovable animal companions! Here, a Fayetteville, NC vet discusses basic Guinea pig care. Basics Guinea pigs are very tame and friendly, and can make great kids’ pets. These little guys usually do best with a same-sex … Read More »

DIY Toys for Pocket Pets


Do you have a bunny, Guinea pig, hamster, or gerbil for a pet? These little guys can make super cute animal companions! While each type of pet has their own specific care needs, smaller pets do have a few things in common, such as a need to chew. Since many of these cute furballs have … Read More »

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