Animal Pain Awareness Month

Animal Pain Awareness Month

The International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) recognizes Animal Pain Awareness Month every September. As part of Greenwood Animal Hospital's commitment to providing quality care, we want to share with you some of the signs that may indicate your pet...

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Apps for Pet Lovers

Apps for Pet Lovers

Smartphones and apps make things easier for us in so many ways. From ordering your groceries to hailing a lift, there are increasingly more resources out there that make various aspects of our lives more convenient and connected. Here are a few apps animal lovers use...

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How to Make Your Cat’s Vet Visits Stress-Free

How to Make Your Cat’s Vet Visits Stress-Free

Today is National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day! A trip to the vet may not be as appealing to cats as a room full of catnip and scratching posts. Cat owners often avoid taking their cats in for regular preventative exams. At Greenwood Animal Hospital, we are committed...

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6 Treats That are Healthy for Dogs

6 Treats That are Healthy for Dogs

Today is National Spoil Your Dog Day! It's good to go with healthy options when it comes to treats, and some human foods make great treats for our canine companions. Below are five of the healthiest options. 1. Apples — Apples can help remove toxins from the...

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Is the Dog Park Right For Your Dog?

Is the Dog Park Right For Your Dog?

Our canine friends are highly social creatures who enjoy opportunities to be physically and mentally active. Perhaps the excited tail wagging upon showing him his leash or the enthusiastic greeting you receive at the door after coming home from a long day away (or...

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How to Get Your Cat to Stop Scratching Your Furniture

How to Get Your Cat to Stop Scratching Your Furniture

Despite having a reputation for being unapologetically independent, different cats have different temperaments. Some love attention, and some just want a quiet, peaceful spot to hang out. There are those who prefer to be left alone, while others seek their humans for...

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Your Dog’s Body Language

Your Dog’s Body Language

How often does your dog look at you and you find yourself wondering "what are you thinking?" You probably can tell a lot about your pet's mood based on how they are acting, but all dogs have a few general traits in common that can help you understand them better....

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Heartworm Disease in Dogs

Heartworm Disease in Dogs

Many pet owners have heard of heartworm disease and understand that it's something to be taken care of quickly. However, most don't understand what it actually is or how it is spread. For this Heartworm Awareness Month, we want to help you understand a bit more about...

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4 Simple Preventative Care Goals

4 Simple Preventative Care Goals

Just like we know things we can do to live a better life, did you know there are things we can do for our pets, too? This Spring, let’s help them live their best life. Here are a few simple goals that will help your pet: Exercise more — Pets need exercise, too. Let...

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March is Poison Prevention Month

March is Poison Prevention Month

March is Poison Prevention Month. Many pet owners know common things that are poisonous for pets. We want to share with you a few common household items that could prove to be fatal for your pet: Cooking spray might seem innocent enough. However, if you have a pet...

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