Posts from June, 2020
Our feline friends may put on a good front, but for the most part they enjoy having us around. We are a source of food, shelter, companionship, and enrichment.
While cats may not be as obvious as dogs when it comes to their fears and anxieties, separation anxiety in cats is a very real problem. The Pet Experts at Wheaton Animal Hospital know how to help you identify if your cat is suffering and help if needed.
Recognizing Separation Anxiety in Cats
Separation anxiety is well recognized in our canine patients. Separation anxiety in cats is a real thing, though, too.Continue…
To minimize the spread of the highly contagious coronavirus, we’ve all found ourselves staying at home, possibly more than ever before. An interesting trend during quarantine is an uptick in animal adoptions and fosters. For many people, a new pet has soothed significant worries, boosted outlook and mood, and added to a sense of normalcy.
While few could argue with the benefits of adoption at a time like this, socializing your dog while social distancing may be harder than you thought.Continue…
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