This week marks the beginning of spring. While the warmer weather will allow pet owners across the country to venture outside more with their four-legged friends, it will also bring thunderstorms, which can be frightening for our pets. Dr. Terry Curtis, a clinical behaviorist at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, discusses ways to treat storm phobias in our pets.
Dogs aren’t born programmed to sit, stay, or heel, but they are born ready to learn, and a good trainer can be an invaluable asset in helping your puppy become a well-behaved dog. In this podcast, certified animal behaviorist Dr. Suzanne Hetts discusses what you should look for when selecting a dog trainer.
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Pet owners understand that obesity is about more than appearance. Scientific evidence shows that obesity is a condition that can lead to serious disease. In conjunction with the AVMA and Hill’s our hospital is focused on raising awareness about the right way to achieve and maintain healthy weight:
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