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  • Get Fit With Your Pet!

  • Just like humans, overweight pets are more likely to develop diabetes, osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, joint injuries, and cancer. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, 60% of cats and 56% of dogs in the U.S. are overweight. So now that you have the stats, here are some tips to help you and your favorite four-legged workout partner get fit together: Measure your pet’s food to make sure you’re not overfeedingTry interval walking/jogging with your dog instead of just a … read more

  • 2022: Resolve to Get a Well-Behaved Doggo!

  • If you’re looking to start the new year off on the right paw with your pet, here are a few basic dog training tips to help you both have a better new year. Got a problem barker? It’s a pretty common issue, but you’ve got to be consistent and patient if you want to make it stop. First, yelling back at your dog just makes him think you’re joining in on the fun. Instead. Calmly say “Quiet!” and reward your pet … read more

  • Winter Paws For Food Drive

  • We believe that the holidays are a season of giving, and so we’re asking our generous and caring clients and friends to donate to our Paws For Food Drive! Now through January, we’ll be collecting pet food for the Community Assistance Center for Sandy Springs and Dunwoody. We’re asking for your donations of unopened bags, cans, and boxes of dog and cat food and treats. You can drop them off in the bin outside our hospital, and we’re also happy … read more

  • Don’t Leave Me!
  • Don’t Leave Me!

  • Are you headed back to work? Kids going back to in-person school? Your pet may be anxious and have issues when you’re suddenly gone for hours at a time again. Most cats and dogs thrive on routine and live for the time they spend with you, so it’s important you know the signs of separation anxiety. Upset pets can not only do damage to your home and property but to themselves as well. Having accidents in the house, crate destruction, … read more

  • The Whiskers & Tails Pet Supply Drive is happening now!
  • The Whiskers & Tails Pet Supply Drive is happening now!

  • Over 4000 animals have entered our area shelters so far this year and they need your help! We’ve partnered with Lifeline Animal Project to collect supplies for the pets at DeKalb County Animal Services and Fulton County Animal Services. We hope you’ll consider donating something from our wishlist for the animals. All donations will go directly to help the pets staying there and the people caring for them. Your donation can be dropped off at our hospital during regular business … read more

  • Bad Dental Health Bites
  • Bad Dental Health Bites!

  • Chew on this: the majority of pets show some signs of dental disease by age three. And that’s no laughing matter. Over time, tooth decay, gingivitis, and plaque and tartar build-up can lead to heart, liver, and kidney problems, drastically impacting your best friend’s longevity and quality of life. In honor of National Dental Health Month, we wanted to offer you some advice for keeping your pet smiling for years to come. Did you know that good pet dental hygiene starts … read more

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