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Child holding baby cat. Tips to help you choose a kitten that's right for your home and situation

Tips to help you choose a kitten that’s right for your home or situation

Welcoming a new kitten is so exciting! It’s a big step, but it’s a rewarding time filled with lots of snuggles, learning their unique personality, and lots of playtime!

Making the decision to get a cat or kitten is a big step with a lot of responsibility. Even at a young age, cats have big personalities. It’s important to be prepared for the amount of time, care, and attention required, especially for a kitten.

When you are researching adoption opportunities, it’s important to consider the age, personality, and health of the cat. Considering that most cats live to be 15 years or older, you want to make sure you are making the right decision for both of you.Read More »

little Yorkshire Terrier dog and its owner, snow winter background. Small, cute doggy in winter gear with coat and pink boots.

As uncomfortably cold temperatures cover much of our area, daily dog walks can quickly become a dreaded chore for you and your dog. But, with the right winter gear and attire, you both can enjoy the wintery season while staying warm and dry.

Have you ever wondered if dogs wish they had a sweater or a pair of fuzzy boots? You may think that because your dog has a built-in coat, they don’t need the extra layers. But, during the winter months, with ice, rain, and snow, the cute booties and dog sweaters are for more than just looks.

In fact, some breeds are better at protecting themselves from weather elements than others. Read More »

Closeup Smilling Portrait Of Golden Retriever Dog enjoying dog-friendly day at the park with her human

A look at some dog-friendly ways to spend time with your best buddy in beautiful Tipp City, Ohio

During this time, having a dog means constant companionship; but you two may be growing tired of the same old routine day after day.

While there may not be the usual events and festivals, there are still many places to explore with your dog in the surrounding area that you can do with your dog this weekend right here in Tipp City.

See the dog-friendly restaurants, recreational areas, and other places =you can stretch your legs and get a scenery change.Read More »

August 2020. Happy Girl Adopting A New Cat From Shelter

You’ve scoured pet listings, visited shelters, talked to friends, consulted the internet… and now, you’re ready to adopt a new cat into your home.

Whether you chose your new family member from a litter, or they caught your eye during a visit to your local shelter, adopting a new cat is a big deal and should be taken seriously.

Cats require basic levels of TLC but are much more independent and self-sufficient than dogs. However, kittens have comparable energy to puppies but will mellow out as they get older.

If you are bringing home a kitten, make sure you are prepared with the necessities, and the previous owners or shelter have taken the necessary steps to ensure it is healthy and ready to go to its new home.

From your research, you are probably quite familiar with all the different items on the market for pets, but there are a few must-have items every first-time cat owner should have before bringing their new cat home.Read More »

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Balanced Perceptions, LLC
Balanced Perceptions, LLC
posted 1 month ago

We took our German Shepherd, that is less than social, as a new patient. We have struggled trying to get an ear problem improved. Dr. Emily Benedict was awesome. She was patient and spent a lot of time with us explaining everything. We ended up having a minor surgery and it ended up being a little bit beyond closing time. We were never rushed by the staff. This was a much better experience for our pet and us than we were having at our last vet. This is a very nice large facility with drinks and snacks for us humans. I can highly recommend not only Dr. Benedict but the entire staff

Shellie DiPietro
Shellie DiPietro
posted 1 month ago

I had a Bearded Dragon who was having trouble breathing and it was Saturday around 1:30 They were able to take my emergency in a half hour. Dr Joel sat with me and went over my Bearded Dragon's whole background and relayed new info I did not know. My dragon got oxygen and seems to be doing better. I feel if they didn't get me in that day my baby would not have made it. Thank You so much! Even tho it is 35 minutes away I may just switch to this vet because it is well worth the drive!

Tom Hermane
Tom Hermane
posted 1 week ago

The employees are friendly and professional. My dogs are always well taken care of. When picking my dogs up I always receive a summary of their stay, and any problems if applicable. The facility is always clean. I am very happy with the services we have received over the years. Highly recommend.

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