November 25, 2015
A Note from Dr. Ruth Roberts: Thank You

This time of year is always a nice reminder to appreciate all of our blessings. I’m so grateful to be able to work in a career that is my life’s passion: helping animals and their families to live long, happy, and healthy lives together. I want to wish you and your furry friends a very […]

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November 18, 2015
Why Cat Ladies are the New “It Girl”

Cat ladies may have caught a bad rap in the past, but that’s quickly changing. In fact, cat ladies are rapidly becoming the new “it girl.” Urban Dictionary describes a cat lady as: “An old woman who usually lives secluded from society with her hundreds of cats. Because she is forced to use all of […]

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November 11, 2015
10 Favorite Pet Quotes That Capture Our Hearts

There are few words that describe a love between a human and his or her pet, but there are some pet quotes that come close to expressing the joy that pets bring into our lives. We went searching for the best ways to express our love for our four-legged companions and found some quotes that […]

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November 4, 2015
Human Food That’s OKAY to Feed Your Dog

Human food that’s okay to feed your dog? When the topic of feeding your dog “people food” arises in conversation, there tends to be an air of either judgment or shame that comes over the exchange. Because, as a whole, it’s been deemed an unsafe practice to feed dogs anything but their pet food. There […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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