Preventing Social Anxiety in Your Puppy

Preventing Social Anxiety in Your Puppy

Have you recently welcomed a new puppy to your family? Although you may be home more often these days, it's still critical to take precautions to prevent separation anxiety later down the line, as life starts to transition back.  According to the American Veterinary...

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When Hairballs May Signal a Serious Issue

When Hairballs May Signal a Serious Issue

The last Friday is Hairball Awareness Day. Many cat owners believe hairballs are normal, but your cat shouldn’t be hacking up hairballs several times per week. Read on to learn more.Small piles of vomit mixed with fur are often mistaken for hairballs, so...

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3 Facts for Pet Owners Regarding COVID-19

3 Facts for Pet Owners Regarding COVID-19

As COVID-19 becomes more widespread, we will be doing our best to remain open to see your pets. In the meantime, here three facts to help you and your pet stay safe and healthy.#1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 informationWhile you can...

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Walking Your Dog in Ever-Changing Spring Weather

Walking Your Dog in Ever-Changing Spring Weather

When winter eventually starts transitioning into spring around here in Aspen, the wacky weather and melting snow can make for muddy conditions. Here are our tips for making walks with your dog low on mess so that your home doesn't become a mud pit. Check...

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Translating Your Cat’s Body Language

Translating Your Cat’s Body Language

Cats aren't as mysterious as they're made out to be. Their image of being enigmatic and hard to understand belies the fact that they constantly communicate how they're feeling. In fact, your feline friend speaks to you through her body language, using her...

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Indoor Games to Bust Cold Weather Boredom

Indoor Games to Bust Cold Weather Boredom

Winter seems unending here in Aspen, or at least, spring seems such a long way off. Without being able to get outdoors as much, your dog might be going stir crazy. With less activity going on outside like birds flying around or squirrels scampering about,...

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Making Your Home a Peaceful Place for Your Pet

Making Your Home a Peaceful Place for Your Pet

Your home should be a peaceful sanctuary—not just for you but also for your pet. Mitigating your pet's anxiety and stress begins at home, where they should feel protected and at ease. Here are four techniques to try at home to help keep your pet calm so...

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Walk Your Dog More In The New Year

Walk Your Dog More In The New Year

The New Year: It brings short days and cold nights. It’s the middle of winter, with spring still a full two months away.Why should you walk your pet in New Year? Because walking your pet regularly provides plenty of benefits for both of you. Here are three...

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