You don’t think twice when an exuberant dog tries to lick your face, but when your cat offers you some feline kisses, is she actually showing you affection, or is there something else going on here? Some kitties give their owners a few licks here and there, while others pin you down and lick with sandpaper tongues until your skin is raw. The reasons for this behavior are varied, and may or may not require action on your part.
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If you were careful when selecting a family doctor, you should make the same effort to ensure your pet receives the best vet care in Germantown. But how do you make your decision? It’s all about knowing what qualities to look for in a reliable pet clinic. Here’s how to tell you have found the best veterinarian in Germantown, MD.
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While your dog’s exercise requirements depend on her age, breed, size, and health, the general recommendation is to give canines between 30 minutes and two hours of exercise daily. By tiring out your dog during the day, she’s more likely to sleep at night and not engage in destructive, restless behavior. Here are six ways to get your dog’s energy out.
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If you have an indoor cat, he lives out the majority of his life within the confines of your house—apart from those all-important routine vet visits. Keeping your cat inside is a smart move for protecting him from illness and injury, but he doesn’t receive the same stimulation outdoor cats do. This can lead to boredom and destructive behaviors. With a little creativity and the right ideas, you can keep your cat busy so he stays enriched and happy.
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You undoubtedly wish you could take your pet with you everywhere you go. But when your travel plans or accommodations don’t allow animals, you can bring your dog or cat to the Pet Resort at Germantown Vet Clinic. We’ll take good care of your pup or kitty with ample playtime, grooming, and experienced animal care.
Before you leave on your trip, make sure your pet is prepared for boarding by following these tips.
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Ear problems in dogs are the number one reason pet owners visit the vet. If you notice that your dog’s ears are brown inside, you might be concerned about your furry friend’s health.
Learn the possible reasons for brown ear discharge and how to treat and prevent dog ear infections.
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A healthy cat’s ears are pink and fleshy inside. If you notice a brown discoloration when you peer into your furry friend’s ears, he could have a cat ear infection.
From our experts at Germantown Vet, here’s how to know for sure and what you can do to treat ear infections in cats.
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