Why is Wellness Care Important for My Pet?

Why is Wellness Care Important for My Pet?

In order to keep your pet healthy, it's important to keep up with their routine veterinary care. Regular wellness care can ensure that subtle diseases do not go undetected. In honor of National Pet Wellness Month, our team here at Oxford Veterinary Hospital has...

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How to Build a First Aid Kit for Your Pet

How to Build a First Aid Kit for Your Pet

As a pet owner, it's important to prep your pet for any emergency or disaster that could happen. September is National Disaster Preparedness Month, and our team here at Oxford Veterinary Hospital wants you to be prepared in case of an emergency situation. A first-aid...

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4 Special Ways to Celebrate Your Cat

4 Special Ways to Celebrate Your Cat

Although it seems like our feline friends demand to be cherished every day of the year, September is reserved for Happy Cat Month. Join our team here at Oxford Veterinary Hospital in celebrating the month that is all about ensuring our felines are happy, healthy,...

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Remembering Your Pet for Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

Remembering Your Pet for Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day (August 28) is a special holiday to celebrate the memory of your furry companion. You can commemorate the wonderful life you shared with your pet by creating a unique memorial. We've put together three special ways that you can cherish...

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Into the Woods: Camping Tips for You and Your Pet

Into the Woods: Camping Tips for You and Your Pet

Are you planning a camping trip with your furry friend? Experience the delight of birds chirping throughout the trees, a fuzzy blanket keeping you warm in your sleeping bag, and looking up at the night sky. But before you head out to explore the wilderness, check out...

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Is Your Cat at Risk for Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

Is Your Cat at Risk for Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

Do you own a light-colored cat? Then you know that nothing is more beautiful and regal than staring into their piercing green or blue eyes! But these and other light-colored kitties are at a higher risk for developing squamous cell carcinoma, a common cancer of the...

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Safe Summertime Grooming

Safe Summertime Grooming

Safe Summertime Grooming    Grooming is so important and a vital part of pet ownership. Grooming not only helps your pet look good, but also keeps their skin and fur healthy. Extreme temperatures require different grooming techniques. Follow these summertime...

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How to Keep Your Indoor Cat from Being Destructive

How to Keep Your Indoor Cat from Being Destructive

Cat Enrichment: How to Keep Your Indoor Cat from Being Destructive   More veterinary professionals agree: An indoor cat is a safer cat. But, when a cat stays indoors all the time, other problems can begin to rear their ugly heads. One of those problems is...

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Our Tips for Working From Home With Your Pet

Our Tips for Working From Home With Your Pet

Has working from home been confusing for your pet? After all, you're around more, yet you're not lavishing them with endless attention. What gives? Maybe your pet has made surprise appearances on video calls or accidentally sent an email after pawing at your keyboard....

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How to Manage Bee Stings In Your Pet

How to Manage Bee Stings In Your Pet

How to Manage Bee Stings In Your Pet   It's May, and as we move farther into spring the bees, wasps, and hornets are buzzing around. Being on the wrong end of a bee’s stinger can create a painful allergic reaction in your furry pal, since pets can be as allergic...

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