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Pet Wellness: Providing Pets with High Quality Care

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Did you know that Morris Animal Inn has a Pet Wellness Department? Yes. That’s right. Unlike other pet care options, Morris Animal Inn has dedicated staff just to monitor the overall health and well-being of your four-legged family member. Our Pet Wellness Department consists of trained pet care professionals who understand that different pets have different needs. This comprehensive…

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A Dog-gone Good Time with Dog Walks/Runs this Fall

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Looking for fun and active ways to spend time with your dog this fall? What better way than to participate in a dog walk? It’s a great way to enjoy the beautiful autumn weather while supporting a canine cause! We’ve put together a list of upcoming local dog walks.   Mutts Marathon – September 16, 2012…

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Back to School

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It’s time to go Back to School! Fido’s companions are going and he wants to go too! Come celebrate with us on September 19.                 Our Back to School Doggie Daycare party is full of school-related activities for your canine! Your pup can run around and exercise during Physical…

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REASONS WHY YOUR DOG IS PANTING

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Is he too hot, ill, excited, fearful, or in pain? Yes. Dogs might be panting for any of these reasons. Many doggie actions are just accepted by owners. These include big wet kisses, an excited bark (whenever the word “walk” is mentioned) and their pup’s mouth open with tongue hanging out, panting after playtime. Let’s…

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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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