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New Year’s Resolutions Inspired By Dogs

New Year’s Resolutions Inspired By Dogs

January 01, 2019

Happy New Year! As we leave 2018 behind and move forward into 2019, many people are focusing on their goals for the new year. As it turns out, Fido can be great inspiration for this! Here, a Los Gatos, CA vet lists some resolutions inspired by Man’s Best Friend. Get Lots of Sleep Did you know that dogs spend about half of their time napping? You probably don’t need quite that much rest, but it … Read More »

Adopting a Senior Dog

November 01, 2018

November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month! While we’re always happy to see any new pet going to a great home, adoptable senior pets do need a bit of extra attention. Read on as a San Jose, CA vet discusses adopting an older dog. Benefits of Getting An Older Pet Senior dogs can really make great pets. For one thing, they are absolutely adorable. Older dogs are often very sweet, calm, and affectionate. You may … Read More »

Take Your Dog to Work Day

June 15, 2018

Did you know that Friday, June 22nd, is Take Your Dog To Work Day? This cute, pet-friendly holiday has caught on at many companies! Just be sure to follow some basic precautions for taking your pooch to work. Read on as a Los Gatos, CA vet discusses taking Fido to work. Job Search Dogs can fit seamlessly into some businesses. Others? Not so much. If you work in a small office, book store, pet store, … Read More »

Leaving Your Dog Home Alone

May 15, 2018

Do you sometimes leave your canine friend home by himself while you go off to earn money for pet food and doggy treats? Most dogs can do just fine by themselves while their owners are at work. However, there are some things you can do to make sure that Fido stays happy, healthy, and safe while you are out. Read on as a Los Gatos, CA vet discusses leaving your furry buddy home alone. Exercise … Read More »

7 Things Your Dog Should Be Thankful for, But Isn’t

November 15, 2017

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. This is always a good time to look back and reflect on the things we are thankful for. Dogs are certainly on that list! If Fido could make a list of the things he was most grateful for, we’re pretty sure that bacon, car rides, belly rubs, and toys would all be on it. However, your canine pal may not appreciate all of the things that keep him happy, … Read More »

Tips on Adopting a Shelter Dog

October 01, 2017

Are you planning to adopt a new canine buddy soon? Congratulations! We are always thrilled to see dogs going to good forever homes. Since October is Adopt A Shelter Dog Month, this is a great time to discuss adopting shelter dogs. Read on for helpful doggy adoption tips from a Los Gatos, CA vet. Benefits of Adopting From Shelters There are many reasons to get Fido from a shelter. You’ll not only be able to … Read More »

Keeping Your Dog Active

August 15, 2017

Do you have a playful, frisky pooch? Or is your dog more interested in naps and treats than in running and playing? Our canine friends are generally quite energetic when they are little, but they often slow down as they grow older. In fact, some of our furry buddies are, well, rather lazy. Making sure your dog is getting the right kind—and amount—of activity is very important! Here, a San Jose, CA vet discusses keeping … Read More »

5 Ways to Keep Fido’s Tail Wagging in 2017

January 01, 2017

Happy New Year! If you have a dog, Fido will be right there with you today, staying right by your side as you ring in the new year. Here, a local San Jose, CA vet tells you how to keep your canine companion’s cute tail wagging in 2017. Playtime! One of the best ways to keep your furry buddy happy is to play with him regularly. This will burn off your pet’s excess energy. This … Read More »

Responsible Dog Ownership Month

September 01, 2016

September is officially Responsible Dog Ownership Month! This is a perfect time to go over some important aspects of Fido’s care. Read on as a local San Jose, CA vet discusses some key points of responsible dog ownership. Training All pups should know common doggy obedience commands, such as Sit, Stay, Come, Heel, and Lay Down. If Fido doesn’t have these basics down, he may need to go back to school! Veterinary Care Fido should … Read More »