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Tips to Prepare your Pet for Warm Weather

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Warmer weather for humans means new clothes, new haircuts, spring cleaning and some sniffing and sneezing. But what does it mean for your pet? Petside.com published a list of the top 9 tips for preparing you pet for warm weather and you might be surprised; a lot of pet tips sound just like human ones!…

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Weekend Getaways for you and your pet!

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Fall is the perfect time for a weekend getaway! Enjoy some well-deserved relaxation while taking in some crisp, autumn air and beautiful scenery. Don’t worry about where Fido and Kitty will stay, we’d love to have them spend their vacation here at Morris Animal Inn! Why lodge your pet with us? When pets remain at home while…

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Does Your Dog Like to Swim?

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Did you introduce your dog to water and he or she absolutely loves the water? Or maybe the opposite…you introduced them to water and your dog just does not want anything to do with it. Some dogs like to swim; some dogs do not. Animal Planet writes that when it comes to swimming, canines generally fall into one…

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I’m Still Here…But a Slim, Trim, More Active Ginger

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It’s me, Ginger and I have some good news…. I began the fitness program at Morris Animal Inn on June 4 at 91.6 lbs and 30 inches around the waist. As of today, I am at 82 lbs and a slim 26 inches around my waist. Whoo hoo!        I have so much energy.…

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Dogs and Cats Eat Grass…. Why?

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Why dogs and cats eat grass is a common question. Do they just like the way it tastes? In researching why they choose to eat it, we found that this can be normal for both dogs and cats. There are some theories as to why this is the case.   For cats, one theory according to…

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