Yearly Archives: 2016

Pet Care in the Fall

Pet care in the fall Fall is just around the corner here in Central Oregon. The mornings are chillier and the nights are cooler. While this is a great time for your pet, the weather isn’t too hot and it’s perfect to get them out and about, there are some precautions for fall that you…
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BBQ Foods that your pet should avoid

BBQ Foods that your pet should avoid Having a cookout or BBQ? Do you have a pet that seizes the opportunity to beg for delicious grilled treats or chips and dip? Perhaps the party has progressed to sitting around a fire pit, and you’ve left all the food on the kitchen counters inside. Here’s what…
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Dog nail care

Dog nail care Dogs nails are much like ours. When they get to be too long, they can hamper the simplest of tasks. Your dog feels the same way about having long toe nails. Know before you trim A simple tip for knowing when your dog’s nails are too long, is when you can hear…
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How to Prevent Heat Strokes in your Pet

How to Prevent heat strokes in your Pet Heat stroke, or hyperthermia, occurs when your pet fails to keep the body’s temperature within a safe range. Animals cooling systems are different than humans and they can easily get overheated, for example we cool off by sweating. The signs A dog that is suffering from heatstroke…
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How to Avoid Cheat Grass in Central Oregon

How to Avoid Cheat Grass in Central Oregon Cheat grass is a plant that is native to Europe and Asia. While we have no idea how it found its way to North America, it is now a reality that pet-owners face in Central Oregon. What is Cheat Grass Cheat grass, also known as downy brome,…
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