National Garfield Day

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June 19th is National Garfield Day! This grumpy orange feline has won the hearts of millions with his sarcastic, unimpressed ‘purrsonality.’ A vet discusses this lasagna-loving furball below. History Were you wondering why June 19th is National Garfield Day? It’s … Read More »

We are OPEN!

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We are open!! As an essential business, we will remain open to continue to provide health care for our ill and emergent patients and to fulfill prescription and prescription food needs. However, we have modified our hours of operation. Our … Read More »

Tips For Playing With Your Cat

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Kitties are known for being playful and frisky. Fluffy is hilarious to watch when she gets the zoomies! Playing isn’t just fun for your feline friend, though: it’s great for her, both mentally and physically. As it turns out, regular … Read More »

Keeping Your Cat Healthy

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February is National Cat Health Month! Of course, for us, every month is National Cat Health Month. While our feline friends are typically quite hardy, they can and do suffer illness and injury. Read on as a Pickerington, OH vet … Read More »

Senior Cat Care Tips

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As your feline pal ages, you probably won’t see any sudden, drastic changes. Kitties tend to grow old gracefully. However, Fluffy will benefit from some extra TLC in her golden years. Read on as a local Pickerington, OH vet offers … Read More »

6 Ways to Keep Your Cat Happy

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September is Happy, Healthy Cat Month! Kitties are adorable little pets, and they deserve to be happy all the time. What does it take to keep that little motor going? A Pickerington, OH vet lists some ‘purrfect’ options below. Stimulation … Read More »

Do You Give Your Cat Milk?

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It’s easy to picture a cat lapping up milk from a saucer—it just seems right! You might be surprised to learn that cats and milk aren’t the best pairing. If you give your cat milk, you might want to reconsider. … Read More »

The Elizabethan Collar

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Has your pet ever had to wear an Elizabethan collar? These devices—sometimes called E-collars and often referred to as the “cone of shame” or a “lampshade”—are designed to stop a pet from inflicting self-trauma while recovering from a surgical incision, … Read More »