Preparing For Your Dog's First Boarding Experience

Posted on: 30 November 2018

As much as you love your dog and hate leaving him or her behind, there are times when this might be necessary. The first time you leave your dog at the boarder will be the hardest. However, there are some ways you can prepare for this first experience to make it easier on the both of you. 1. Visit the boarding facility beforehand. A month or two before you plan on leaving, take your dog to visit the boarding facility you'll be using.
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8 Great Reptiles For The Children's Librarian

Posted on: 11 June 2018

Libraries are changing with the times. No longer are they quiet places full of dusty books and lots of shushing. Today's libraries are vibrant places where people talk, interact, and learn. They go far beyond books. In fact, libraries loan tools, build with robotics, teach coding, and serve as a place of learning for their entire community. Children's librarians have even been adding reptile displays to help patrons experience the creatures first hand.
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Leaving Your Cat At A Boarding Kennel? 3 Ways To Prepare

Posted on: 10 March 2017

Dropping your cat off at a boarding kennel can make all the difference in them feeling comfortable while you're away and making sure that your cat is safe while you're gone. If you're concerned about finding the perfect kennel for your cat to stay at, you'll want to consider the following tips to ensure that their day goes smoothly while you're gone. Pack Food and Treats Most kennels allow the owners to bring the cat their own food from home, making it a good idea to look into finding a kennel that allows this so that your cat can be healthy while you're gone.
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3 Optional Vaccines For Your Cat

Posted on: 4 January 2017

Not all vaccines are required for your cat to ensure their health. There are some vaccinations that are recommended more on an as needed basis, which is generally based on your cat's health history and where you live. Here are three optional vaccinations you should discuss with your veterinarian. #1 Feline Infectious Peritonitis This is an infection that most cats contract when they are kittens. When a kitten contracts feline infectious peritonitis, it is unfortunately often fatal.
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