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How to Recognize Pain in Your Cat

Cats are notoriously stoic animals. They may have been domesticated for 10,000 years, but their instincts still tell them to hide their vulnerabilities. This trait can make recognizing when they are in pain difficult. Your cat may experience pain for numerous reasons,...

The Importance of a Pet Disaster Plan

The Importance of a Pet Disaster Plan

Do you know what would happen to your pet in an emergency? If you don't know, it is important to take these steps to ensure their safety if the unthinkable becomes a reality. #1: Ensure your pet is always wearing current identification In an emergency, your pet may be...

Answers to Your Cat Questions

Answers to Your Cat Questions

Do you have a cat, or are you hoping to get one soon? Taking care of a cat is a commitment. To help, we answered some common cat questions to help you care for the kitty in your life.  Question: Do cats really need baths? Answer: Cats are known for their fastidious...

Why Is My Dog Licking Their Paws?

Why Is My Dog Licking Their Paws?

Is your dog continually licking their paws? Many pet owners become frustrated with this action in their dogs and want to help them overcome it. Before breaking out socks or putting a cone on your dog, try to discover the underlying cause so you can cure the problem....

Tips to Reunite With a Lost Pet

Tips to Reunite With a Lost Pet

This month is National Lost Pet Prevention Month. In case your pet should ever become lost, our team wants to share three ways that can help reunite you with your furry friend.   #1: Supply your pet with multiple identification forms When it comes to...

Tips to Enjoy Camping With Pets

Tips to Enjoy Camping With Pets

Summertime is upon us, and you may be excited to take your furry friend camping. Here are our team's four tips to ensure that you and your pet have fun on your camping trip.   #1: Take your pet on a camping trial run Have a trial run in your backyard to see how...

5 Reasons You Need to Adopt Senior Pets

Just because they have a couple of years on their collar doesn't mean they have any less love to give! Senior pets can make for some of the most loyal and dedicated companions out there. The team at Garden City Veterinary Care wants to let you know why you should keep...

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