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Gresham, OR


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Each year on the second Sunday in September, people join together in celebrating National Pet Memorial Day, as a day of remembrance to honor pets we have lost. On this day, pet owners honor their pets, both past and present and think about and share with others the important role that their beloved pets have […]

Pets Anxiety When the Kids Go Back to School

In September, as the kids head back to school, did you consider your dog or cat may have to adjust to the changes in the family routine just like everyone else? During the summer, your children and the family pet can develop a strong bond. Now there’s suddenly an empty and quiet house. This change in […]

National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month When disaster strikes, the same rules that apply to people apply to pets: Preparation makes all the difference, and if it’s not safe for you, it’s not safe for them. Take a few minutes to make a plan and use our mobile-friendly checklist to assemble an emergency kit for yourself and your […]

Excess Weight In Pets

Though a little excess weight seems harmless, obesity can be a life-threatening condition for your pet. Obesity in pets can lead to osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, heart and respiratory disease, kidney disease, cranial cruciate ligament injury, and many forms of cancer. With obesity is on the rise for both humans and their pets, the American […]

Valentine’s Day and Your Pets

Valentine’s Day can be as much fun for pets as it Valentine’s Day Dogis for humans if dangerous foods, plants and other items are kept out of paws’ reach. Each year poison control experts see a rise in cases around February 14, many involving chocolate and lilies, a flower that’s potentially fatal to cats. So […]

Microchips and Pets

It is a sad fact that hundreds of dogs microchips and pets and cats go missing every year and are found, perfectly healthy, handed into the local animal shelter which then searches desperately for the animal’s owner . In some cases they are even euthanized. Many of these fine pets had been equipped with identification […]

Ebola and Pets

A Spanish Ebola patient’s dog was euthanized by the Spanish government due to fears that the dog could also be carrying the virus. Bentley, a dog owned by a Dallas, Texas nurse who contracted the virus, will not be euthanized, but kept in a safe location to await a reunion with its owner. The dog […]