Posts from June, 2020
The idea that all cats are aloof and independent is merely that – just an idea. As cat owners know, the feline personality is as varied as the markings on their fur coats, and many cats are extremely attached to their owners, sometimes a little too attached.
Most people are familiar with the idea of separation anxiety in dogs, but research suggests that cats can also feel significant levels of stress and anxiety when left alone for long periods.
The Pet Experts at Springbrook Animal Care Center care deeply for all of our feline patients, and we want you to know that you aren’t alone! With patience, persistence, and a lot of love, separation anxiety in cats can be overcome.Continue…
Beginning with March’s COVID-19 restrictions, most of us have spent a lot of our time at home with our families. While this time can be spent bonding with our loved ones (and furry loved ones, too), it can be hard when you want to socialize a puppy.
Proper training and socialization of puppies requires interaction with strangers, dogs and other animals, and all other wonderful things the world has to offer. So, how can you do it in the age of social distancing?
The Pet Experts at Springbrook Animal Care Center understand how difficult it can be to socialize your pet during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are here to provide some tips and recommendations to encourage better skills for your sweet puppy.Continue…
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