Best Dog Movies on Netflix for...

Nov 20, 2020 by

Dogs have been in movies well before the start of “talkies” in the late 1920’s. Why wouldn’t they?...

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How to Prepare Your Pets for t...

Oct 23, 2020 by

Though it may have taken you a while to adjust to working from home throughout the pandemic, chances are that your pet couldn’t be happier to have you around all day. Unfortunately for your furry friend, WFH won’t last forever -- despite what it might feel like right now. When it’s time for you to go back to the office, your dog or cat may have a difficult time acclimating to their newfound solitude. Here are a few tips and tricks from our experienced professionals to help your beloved pet transition into a healthy routine when things “get back to normal.”

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2020 Halloween Pumpkin Contest

Oct 12, 2020 by

The Sunset Vet Clinic Staff is really getting into the Halloween spirit by decorating pumpkins to display and that means it's time for a contest! Cast your vote below or at the front desk for your favorite pumpkin! The winner will be announced on Saturday, October 31! The pumpkins are outside so feel free to take a look as you drive by!

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Dog-Inspired Cocktails For You...

Aug 28, 2020 by

We love our dogs. It’s estimated that there are almost 90 million of our tail-wagging friends living with us in the US. And we love our cocktails. Why not combine these two loves? Here are several delicious drinks named after our canine companions.

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Ask the Vet: Why Won’t M...

Aug 7, 2020 by

As a dog owner, you want the best for your beloved companion. If your furry friend has been neglecting mealtimes or eating irregularly, you may be concerned that your pet’s health is at risk. While sporadic eating or skipping meals can point to larger underlying issues, it is actually fairly common behavior for a dog. Keep reading to learn more about the potential reasons that your pup is skipping meals.

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Ask the Vet: Why Do Dogs Lick ...

May 29, 2020 by

When a dog has some sort of wound or injury, it is simply an instinct for them to repeatedly lick the affected area. This action is similar to humans’ tendency to rub an injured area — our way to soothe ourselves at the moment — which is exactly what injured dogs are doing when they lick their wounds. The act of licking distracts the injured dog from the pain of the wound, but it is ultimately not productive for your furry friend’s healing process. Keep reading to learn more about the risks of allowing your dog to lick its wounds and how to avoid any negative consequences.

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