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A Guide to Effective Dog Training

January 01, 2024

In the month of January, our beloved canine companions—ranging from the graceful Standard Poodle to the robust Alaskan Malamute, alongside breeds like the Australian Shepherd, French Bulldog, American Eskimo, Boxer, and Yorkshire Terrier—bask in celebratory spotlights. Amidst the breed festivities, January unfolds as National Train Your Dog Month, Unchain a Dog Month, and Walk Your Dog Month. This blog zooms in on the pivotal subject of dog training, emphasizing the necessity of instilling basic commands. … Read More »

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Holidays With Exotic Pets

December 15, 2023

Wishing you a wonderful holiday season on behalf of Clermont Animal Hospital. As we enjoy heartwarming images of our canine and feline patients amidst the festive decorations, it’s crucial to remember that reptiles and exotics also require special attention during this time. In this article, a local Clermont County veterinarian offers tips on how to care for your exotic pets during the holiday season. Avoid Holiday Stress In Exotic Pets  Most pets are creatures of … Read More »

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Holidays With Birds

December 01, 2023

Season’s Greetings! The annual hustle and bustle has officially begun. Dogs and cats often appear on many of those adorable seasonal cards and commercials. Birds aren’t wholly absent—after all, the partridge in the pear tree is a pretty solid tradition. However, those of you with birds may want to pay your feathered friends some extra attention over the next few weeks. This time of year can be dangerous for our animal companions, and birds are … Read More »

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Thanksgiving Bird Safety

November 15, 2023

It’s hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is just about a week away. While this historically isn’t a great day for turkeys, smaller birds will definitely enjoy partaking in the festivities. Just put Polly’s safety first. A Greater Cincinnati vet offers some advice on keeping your winged buddy safe over the autumn holiday in this article. Decorations Are you decorating for the holiday? Keep Polly’s safety in mind! Be cautious with any small or sharp objects, … Read More »

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6 Easy Ways To Spoil Your Dog

August 01, 2023

National Spoil Your Dog Day is coming on August 10th! Of course, if you were to ask Fido, he would probably insist that every day should be Spoil Your Dog Day, and he wouldn’t be wrong. Our canine friends really do deserve to be pampered and spoiled all the time. Their love, loyalty, and friendship are truly priceless! Here, a Greater Cincinnati vet lists some cute ways to brighten up your furry pal’s day. Treats … Read More »

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Adopting A Shelter Cat: Preparing For Fluffy’s Arrival

June 01, 2023

Are you ready to welcome a new feline friend into your life? This is a purrfect time to do so: June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month! Whether you are looking for a specific type of kitty, or are just looking for that one special cat that melts your heart, you’ll likely find Fluffy waiting for you in a shelter. A local Clermont County vet offers tips on getting ready for your new buddy in … Read More »

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Which Small Pet Is the Friendliest?

October 15, 2022
Ferret with a leash

Having a small pet (also called pocket pets) is one of the greatest joys in life. If you’re thinking about getting one, you want to make sure that it’s friendly and will be a good fit for your lifestyle. Read on as a local vet talks about the different kinds of pocket pets and which of these cutie pies is the friendliest. Which Pocket Pet Is Right for You? When you have a small pocket … Read More »

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Fall With Pocket Pets

September 07, 2022

Fall is coming up fast! Over the next few weeks, we’ll see plenty of pumpkin-flavored everything, and seasonal decorations will be popping up everywhere. You can find quite a bit of information on fall care for dogs and cats, but what about smaller animals? Rabbits, Guinea pigs, gerbils, and other tiny critters also need a little extra care as the seasons change. A Hendersonville, NC vet offers some advice on this below. Temperatures Dogs and … Read More »

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Encouraging Young Scientists

February 22, 2022

  Congratulating our Young Scientists! The 4th Annual Clermont County Library Science Fair, which was hosted virtually for 2022, invited students in grades from K-12 to participate. Budding scientists from across our county submitted videos of their projects to the judges. Winners were announced during a video broadcast on Wednesday, February 9, 2022. Click HERE to view the video. The four students who earned a superior rating will proceed onto the University of Cincinnati District … Read More »

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Benefits Of Reptiles

October 15, 2021

October 21st is Reptile Awareness Day! Reptiles may never be as popular as dogs and cats, but they do have some great qualities that make them perfect animal companions for many people. A local Greater Cincinnati veterinarian lists a few things that reptiles have going for them in this article. No Training Needed Dogs are great, but they need quite a bit of training. Cats, well, they usually train us. Reptiles should be handled enough … Read More »

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