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Pets with Issues: Managing Problem Pet Behaviors

You are running late for work when you see it again—cat urine on the bathroom floor. You feel like you have tried everything, but the problem with your cat has not improved.  Diagnosis and treatment of pet behavior problems can be challenging, and attempts to help sometimes add to the problem. The caring professionals at [...]

Holiday Guide to Naughty and Nice Pet Gifts

Is your pet the easiest family member to buy for? While your furry friend will eagerly accept anything wrapped in shiny paper, don’t grab the first red and green rawhide you see, and cross the chew off your list. Despite bins upon bins of toys at the pet store, few choices are actually safe for [...]

The Top 3 Most Dangerous Feline Viruses—How to Keep Your Cat Safe

As loving pet owners, we naturally want to protect our furry companions. Unfortunately, the same way viruses and other pathogens plague people, our feline friends are susceptible to a variety of harmful organisms, too. Three particular viruses are especially worrisome for cats—feline leukemia, feline immunodeficiency virus, and feline infectious peritonitis, which is caused by a [...]

A Dog Owner’s Guideline to Parvovirus

Canine parvovirus is a highly transmissible disease that can live in the environment for at least months, and possibly as long as two years. The virus affects dogs and wild mammals, such as coyotes, wolves, foxes, skunks, and racoons. All dogs are susceptible to infection, but puppies between 6 to 20 weeks of age are [...]

Let’s Eat! Thanksgiving Pet Safety

Raise your glasses and ready your forks—it’s time for Thanksgiving dinner. But, before you toast your family and friends with your gratitude, do you know where your pets are? Or what they’re doing? Turkey day may be bountiful with food and drink for people, but it’s a harvest of hazards for dogs and cats. Haskell [...]

5 Tricks to Treat Your Pet to a Safe Halloween

As Halloween approaches, take some time to consider the festivities from your pet’s perspective—costumed strangers, masks, doorbells, and the constant commotion can be a nightmare for them. Haskell Valley Veterinary Clinic has five tips to help you plan a safe, calm, fear-free night of fun for you and your pet.  #1: Cutest pup-kin in the [...]

Heat Warning—Pet Summer Heat Safety

Summer is for friends and family, and because your pet is obviously both, you will want to include them in all your summer activities. Haskell Veterinary Clinic knows you would never intentionally put your pet in harm's way, but each year countless owners unknowingly put their pets at risk for heat-related injuries, and potentially fatal [...]

Questions Answered About Your Pet’s July Fourth Fears

No matter how much you try to soothe your pet’s anxiety, they become a trembling fur ball during the July Fourth festivities. You hate to see them so upset, but you are not sure what steps to take next. The team at Haskell Valley Veterinary Clinic wants to answer your questions concerning your pet’s fear [...]

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