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5 Tips Pet Owners May Forget When Prepping A Pet For July 4th

Posted by Gresham Animal Hospital on Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Whether you are hosting a party on the Fourth of July, going to one, or staying in and enjoying the holiday on the couch, you will want to make sure your pet is prepped for the Independence Day celebration and all that it entails. The busiest day of the entire year for local animal shelters […]

Keeping Pets Safe From Poisoning This Halloween

Posted by wadmin on Friday, October 27, 2017

On that one annual day when candy floods the streets and chocolate seemingly falls from the sky, it’s important to keep our precocious pups and companionable felines safe from the possibility of chocolate poisoning. Let these tips help your family keep your pets safe during this and every Halloween. Pet Curfew Halloween night should be […]

3 DIY Pet Costume Ideas That Will Have You Screaming

Posted by wadmin on Wednesday, October 25, 2017

If you’re fortunate enough to have a dog with the patience to allow you to dress them for Halloween, then good for you both! You’ll likely have a blast this and every year when trick-or-treating time comes around. While dogs aren’t specifically built for trick-or-treating (no chocolate for Fido!) there is plenty of local fun […]

Preparing Your Anxious Pet For A Busy Halloween Night

Posted by wadmin on Monday, October 23, 2017

As Halloween approaches, many parents of nervous, timid pets may want to consider how they can keep their animal companions relaxed come trick-or-treat time. There are a few simple ways to make sure your timid pets aren’t spooked by the parade of Halloween revelers sure to be knocking on your door well into the nighttime […]

Things To Consider Before You Adopt A Bunny This Easter

Posted by wadmin on Friday, April 14, 2017

Adopting a bunny seems like it would be a very fun idea for Easter, especially if you are trying to surprise the kids. But many bunnies end up right back in a shelter, or worse abandoned, after the holiday because people don’t realize how much work actually goes into owning these beautiful gentle creatures. If you […]

Easter Safety Tips For Your Pet #4

Posted by wadmin on Thursday, April 13, 2017

We are continuing our series on Easter Safety Tips For Your Pet. Easter is just around the corner which means there are going to be a lot more hazards for your pet around your house! All that extra food, chocolate, and decorations can actually be very dangerous if your pet gets a hold of them. Easter […]

Easter Safety Tips For Your Pet #3

Posted by wadmin on Wednesday, April 12, 2017

We are continuing our series on Easter Safety Tips For your pet. Easter is just around the corner which means there are going to be a lot more hazards for your pet around your house! All that extra food, chocolate, and decorations can actually be very dangerous if your pet gets a hold of them. One […]

Easter Safety Tips For Your Pet #2

Posted by wadmin on Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Easter is just around the corner which means there are going to be a lot more hazards for your pet around your house! All that extra food, chocolate, and decorations can actually be very dangerous if your pet gets a hold of them. One of the dangerous things for your pet is lilies. Lilies True lilies […]

Easter Safety Tips For Your Pet #1

Posted by wadmin on Monday, April 10, 2017

Easter is just around the corner which means there are going to be a lot more hazards for your pet around your house! All that extra food, chocolate, and decorations can actually be very dangerous if your pet gets a hold of them. One of the dangerous things is, obviously, chocolate. Chocolate Chocolate of all […]

Keep Your Pets Safe This Spring Tip #7

Posted by wadmin on Thursday, April 6, 2017

We are continuing our series on making sure your pets stay safe this spring! Springtime is here, which means going outside more often and playing with our dogs, either on walks to the park or in our own backyards. But with spring comes more hazards for your pup. Here are a few tips for keeping your […]

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