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Ask the Vet: Can Cats Really See in the Dark?

Posted by on Oct 4, 2019 in Ask The Vet, Cats | 0 comments

Ask the Vet: Can Cats Really See in the Dark?

You’ve probably heard the rumor that cats can see in the dark, but is it really true? We explore this question and turn up some nocturnal facts about our feline friends that may surprise you.

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Best Pet-Friendly Cities to Take a Road Trip To

Posted by on Sep 27, 2019 in Cats, Dogs, Pet Tips & Tricks | 0 comments

Best Pet-Friendly Cities to Take a Road Trip To

Hitting the road anytime soon? Why leave your furry friends at home when you can take them with you! All you need to do is make sure your destinations are pet friendly. The following is a list of cities known for being absolutely wonderful for visiting pets.

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What Do Cats Do When You’re Not at Home?

Posted by on Sep 19, 2019 in Cats | 0 comments

What Do Cats Do When You’re Not at Home?

What do cats really do when they’re left for the day? Aside from eating and sleeping, turns out they have a few commonly favored activities.

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Top Human Foods Your Pet Should Stay Away From

Posted by on Sep 12, 2019 in Dogs | 0 comments

Top Human Foods Your Pet Should Stay Away From

While some “human treats” and leftovers are okay for your pets, there are many foods that you should never feed to your dog, cat, or other pets. Make sure you keep the following away from your pets at all costs.

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Ask the Vet: Why Do Dogs Dig Holes?

Posted by on Sep 5, 2019 in Ask The Vet, Dogs | 0 comments

Ask the Vet: Why Do Dogs Dig Holes?

Digging is a natural behavior in dogs, but it’s not always a favorite behavior of their human parents. You surely know this if you’ve ever stumbled into one of your dog’s lawn craters or seen Fido tunneling his way under the fence. What most dog parents want to know is why dogs dig and whether it’s a symptom of a bigger problem. So, let’s “dig in” to answer these questions!

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Pet Fire Safety 101

Posted by on Aug 29, 2019 in Cats, Dogs | 0 comments

Pet Fire Safety 101

Much of protecting your pets from fire involves having a strong disaster plan in place. Know exactly what you and your family would do in the event of a fire in your home and make your pets a part of this plan. We’ll discuss exactly how to go about this, and we’ll provide other useful tips for keeping your pets safe from fire in your home.

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In the News: The Rising Dangers of Blue-Green Algae

Posted by on Aug 27, 2019 in Dogs, In The News | 0 comments

In the News: The Rising Dangers of Blue-Green Algae

Edmond’s local dog park was recently closed due to blue-green algae in its pond. As such, we wanted to touch upon this issue by explaining what blue-green algae is, why it occurs, why it’s dangerous, and what you should know about it as a pet parent.

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Ask the Vet: Why Do Pets Hide When They’re Sick?

Posted by on Aug 22, 2019 in Ask The Vet, Cats, Dogs | 0 comments

Ask the Vet: Why Do Pets Hide When They’re Sick?

It’s not uncommon for a pet to hide in a hard-to-find location when they’re ill. This action is a natural instinct. The question is your pet really sick? Here are signs and symptoms to watch out for.

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Is CBD Oil Good for Pets?

Posted by on Aug 15, 2019 in Cats, Dogs | 0 comments

Is CBD Oil Good for Pets?

  CBD oil has been all over the news and social media recently. It has been rumored to have several health benefits in both humans and pets, including as a treatment for anxiety and depression, cancer, seizure disorders and as an anti-inflammatory agent. Here at Sunset Vet Clinic, we have been fielding many questions from pet parents about its use in pets and we felt the need to relay our thoughts and present stance on its use.   What Does the Research Say?   At this time, no official research has been published that concludes...

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Preparing for Your Pet’s First Visit to the Vet

Posted by on Aug 9, 2019 in Cats, Dogs | 0 comments

Preparing for Your Pet’s First Visit to the Vet

  Your pet’s first visit to the vet may be their most important. That’s because this visit will set the tone for how they’ll feel about veterinarians in general throughout the course of their life. Of course, we want your pet to feel as comfortable as possible. That’s why we’ve compiled the following 5 preparation tips.   1. Gather important information.   You’ll want to gather as much important information about your pet as possible. This includes: A list of any previous medical reports, vaccinations, or...

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