Posts from October, 2016
Although you may have already unpacked your pet’s winter coat, booties, and adorable sweaters, there’s more to winter pet safety than just preparing for cold weather. Ice melt toxicity and other poisoning risks are also a serious concern.
From Old Yeller and Lassie to Rin Tin Tin or Lady, dog names carry powerful associations with them. As “man’s best friend,” our dogs represent not only loyalty, but also childhood innocence, unconditional love, and simple companionship. It’s no wonder many pet owners take selecting a name so seriously! Let’s take a closer look at what goes into choosing a name for our best four-legged friends.
Why We Choose Certain Names
From nostalgic to sensible, dog names run the gamut in creativity, cuteness, and tradition. However, one of the biggest indicators of naming trends is culture. We’re affected by the world around us, including aspects of culture that occur during certain decades. For example, “Peace,” “Love,” and “Flower” were all popular dog names during the late 60’s. Continue…
There is a dearth of jokes about rabies, yet, the disease is no laughing matter. In fact, it’s scary, painful, and once contracted, impossible to treat.
While most pet owners know that rabies is something to avoid, the possibility that it could actually happen to their pets seems remote (thanks, in part, to steady eradication efforts). Because your pet’s life matters, The Pet Experts at Springbrook Animal Care Center want to share not only the ways to protect your pet from rabies disease, but also why it’s so critical to do so. Continue…
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New Dog or Puppy? Time For Training!
Training is an important part of any dog's life. From providing mental stimulation to exercise and proper socialization, training will help in the development of a great canine companion. Enrollment is now open for Behavior Training Classes. The cost of a 6-week session is $120. Please call us at (630) 428-0500 to register your pet. For specific training questions only, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.