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Halloween Pet Safety Tips

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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 »

Keeping Your Hamster Safe


Has a hamster recently joined your household? Congratulations! These adorable little furballs are quite charming, and can make very endearing little pets. Hamsters are very easy to care for: just providing Hammy with a clean, comfy cage; suitable toys; and good food will see to his most essential needs. Hamsters are very fragile, however, and … Read More »

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