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Halloween Safety for your Furry Friend.

By Jess Ross / / Comments Off on Halloween Safety for your Furry Friend.

Halloween is filled with spooky fun, the occasional trick, and a whole lot of treats. We decorate our house with ghosts, skeletons, and decorations from years past. The last thing on our minds is the fake pumpkin with all the candy inside. Chocolate, sugary treats, and other delights will leave you in a blissful sugar…

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Witches & Cats…and Famous at That!

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Wings of bats and tails of rats, it’s the time of year to celebrate famous witches and magical cats! There are many felines and witches that come to mind as Halloween approaches and this is just a sampling of some well-known and intriguing kitty cats. CROOKSHANKS, MRS. NORRIS & PROFESSOR MC GONAGALL’S ANIMAGUS: In the incredible…

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Why Does My Cat Rub On Me?

By Morris Animal Inn / / Comments Off on Why Does My Cat Rub On Me?

Any cat owner can attest to this: you walk through the door after a long day of work and your cat is there to greet you, rubbing against your legs. Or perhaps at dinner time she won’t leave your side, bumping her head against you and rubbing against your shins. This persistent, yet very adorable,…

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National Bring Your Dog to Work Day

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June 25th is National Bring Your Dog to Work Day! While the thought of having your favorite furry friend with you in the office seems like a great idea, there are a lot of things to take into consideration before you pack their briefcase. Be Mindful of Your Coworkers: It may be surprising, but not…

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Tick Prevention

Tick Prevention

By Morris Animal Inn / / Comments Off on Tick Prevention

As we enter the summer months, tick numbers are on the rise. Not only do these pesky bugs cause you and your pet great discomfort, they also can lead to life-threatening diseases which makes tick prevention important for your pet’s health. While ticks are most prominent in the summer and spring, your pet is susceptible…

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