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Foods Not to Feed Your Feline

Foods Not to Feed Your Feline

Cats can be picky eaters, so once they seem to like something, many pet owners will stick with it. There are a few foods, however, you should avoid feeding your cat, and some might be pretty surprising.   Tuna A cat fed a steady diet of tuna prepared for humans...

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What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

Although you know your female pet should be spayed to prevent a host of medical and behavior issues, as well as unwanted puppies, you may not know exactly what happens during a spay surgery. Take a look at the steps involved in spaying your female pet.   Step 1:...

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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pet

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pet

2021 is right around the corner! As the New Year quickly approaches it is time for our pets to get to their New Year's resolution! We want your pets to live their happiest and healthiest lives! Here are three resolutions your pet can stick to:   Resolution #1:...

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Snow and Cold Weather Safety for Pets

Snow and Cold Weather Safety for Pets

Snow and Cold Weather Safety for Pets   December is in full swing and the weather is getting chilly! Despite their fur coat, pets are as susceptible to cold and snow as people, and can quickly succumb to frostbite, hypothermia, and other winter-related...

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Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?

Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?

Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?   There’s a good chance you’ve seen this gross and confusing behavior in your adorable pooch—coprophagia, or feces consumption. Coprophagia is a puzzling and disgusting behavior, especially if you enjoy your dog’s kisses. Your pup may...

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3 Ways to Memorialize Your Pet

3 Ways to Memorialize Your Pet

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance: 3 Ways to Memorialize Your Pet August 28 is Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day—as if you needed a special holiday to celebrate the memory of your beloved pet. However, this day helps commemorate the wonderful life you shared with your companion...

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Camping With Your Pet

Camping With Your Pet

Hit the Trails: Camping Safety for Your Pet As summer fades into fall, there’s no better time to get outdoors and enjoy a camping trip with your furry pal. Sunrise Veterinary Clinic knows you want to experience the delight of the changing leaves, a toasty campfire,...

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4 Common Zoonotic Parasites

4 Common Zoonotic Parasites

Our pets can pick up "hitchhikers" known as zoonotic parasites, which can be transmitted from pets to people. Some pets are born with intestinal worms (transmitted from their mother while in utero or through milk). Intestinal parasites can affect your adult cat or...

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3 Reasons Why Your Young Pet Needs a Routine

3 Reasons Why Your Young Pet Needs a Routine

Like children, young pets thrive on stability, consistency, and a set routine. Knowing what to expect each day reduces a pet’s stress and anxiety, which are a common cause of behavioral issues. Our team at Sunrise Veterinary Clinic has come up with three reasons why...

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Bringing Home a New Puppy or Kitten

Bringing Home a New Puppy or Kitten

Are you bringing home a new puppy or kitten? Congratulations! Here are a few tips to keep in mind to help your new bundle of furry joy stays happy and healthy in their new home.  Don't wait; vaccinate Your new puppy or kitten will require a series of vaccines to get...

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