Pinky’s Incredible Surgery

Before reading, please note that some of the images of Pinky's injury below can be somewhat shocking. Please scroll down with caution. Meet Pinky, the latest OVH Homeless Animal Fund success story. We are often presented with homeless animals in need of immediate...

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Celebrate Pet Appreciation Day With Us

Love your pet? Of course you do! We want you to celebrate the appreciation of your pet with us - for a good cause! On Saturday, September 23, 2017, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Granville Athletic Park (click here for directions), we're throwing our 7th...

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Focus On Your Pet During Animal Pain Awareness Month

Part of being a good pet parent comes with knowing your pet's habits inside and out. The more involved you are in their life, the quicker you'll notice when something isn't right. Animals aren't able to tell us how they feel, so it's time to start acting like a...

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Trash Can Dangers For Your Pet

To us humans, a trash can is a place full of things we don't want anything to do with. To our pets, it's a mysterious box full of unique smells and food. Whether they're just bored or just scavaging for additional treats, kitchen and bathroom trash bins seem to have a...

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Keeping Your Pet Safe From The Summer Heat

It can get hot in Oxford, North Carolina, and our pets can really feel it! Average temperatures in July, August, and September for our area are 89, 87, and 81 degrees. Even worse, the highs can go up to 105, 104, and 103 degrees! What does that mean for your pet?...

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A-to-Z Household Pet Poisons To Lock Away

Did you know that items around your home can cause serious damage to your pet's health? It's true! Even the simplest of items can cause harm. Today we want to share an entire list, from A-to-Z, of items you should keep out of your pet's reach. Some of these things may...

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What You Need To Know About Canine Influenza

Canine Influenza has come to North Carolina and our team is urging pet owners in the area to come in and get your pets vaccinated as quickly as possible. The symptoms of Canine Influenza include coughing, lethargy, nasal discharge and fever and can mimic the highly...

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Why It’s Important To Keep Your Pet’s Nails Trimmed

For pet owners that don't trim their pet's nails very often, it can be a daunting task. For pets, having trimmed nails isn't just for looks, it's for health reasons too. It's important to know exactly why we think you should have your pet's nails trimmed much more...

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Foods Your Feline Should Avoid Eating

Your pet's diet is more important than you think. From a young age, it's important that they are eating a food that brings a nutritional balance to their life. Even with a big bowl of food that they love, it won't stop your kitty from trying to get a bit if yours....

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