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Dental Care is Important to Your Pet’s Health

  Nothing wakes you up faster in the morning than having your dog snoring right in your face. Normally, you never think much about their bad breath as you get out of bed and take them out for their morning walk. You just assume the smell comes from their dog food and pet snacks. Yet…
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Help your Pet avoid these Holiday Foods

During the holidays, there’s guaranteed to be a lot of food around. It can be easier for your pet to sneak a few bites of food when no one is looking. Foods around the holidays tend be even more unhealthy for your pets. Here are some foods to avoid, and tips for helping your pets…
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Keeping your Pets safe around the Holidays

The holidays are here, and it’s time for houses full of relatives and friends, gathering to celebrate the holidays. While your mind may be mostly on how you might not have enough room for everyone, or how all the food will get made, it’s important to keep your pet in mind. Disruptions to their schedule…
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How to be a Responsible Pet Owner

We all think that our dogs are the best behaved, and cutest dogs we know. Turns out there’s a lot more to being a responsible pet owner than you think. We’re here to talk about what makes a good owner, and how to be the best owner for your pet. A good Owner Being a…
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Pet Alternatives to Cats and Dogs

If you’ve ever wanted to get a cat or a dog, but don’t have the space needed, you might have wondered if there are good alternatives to canines or felines. Maybe you’re allergic to cats or dogs, but you still really want a pet to take care of. We’re here with some cat and dog…
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Challenging your Pup

With the colder days of fall, it can be harder to get out as much, and your pup might be suffering from the lack of activity. While we know fall is a crazy time, it’s just as important to get your pet out and about so that they’re challenged and stimulated too. Fall is a…
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Three Common Conditions to Watch For

We love our pets, and can sometimes be oblivious to signs of pain or health problems. We’re here to break down some of the most common pet health problems and what you can do about it with a little help from your vet in Bend, Oregon. Oral Health Periodontal disease is the most untreated health…
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Fall Pet Health Tips

While we’re all looking forward to a cooler fall in Central Oregon, after a record breaking hot summer, there are hazards to your pet that come with fall weather. Here are some tips and insights from Blue Sky Veterinary Clinic to help your pet stay healthy in the fall season. Mushrooms Fall is a big…
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Air Quality and Your Pets

Everyone in Central Oregon is talking about the local forest fires. It seems that lately we just can’t catch a break on smoke from the fires and extreme heat. As we head into fall we hope the smoke will dissipate, and our hardworking firefighters will get fire under control. Until then, we’re all worried about…
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Probiotics for your Pet

If you’ve ever heard of pet probiotics, you may have wondered if it’s really beneficial for your furry friend. We’re here to break down the benefits of probiotics and how it can actually help things like digestive issues and more. Digestive problems If your dog or cat has digestive problems most veterinarians will recommend using…
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