Decreasing Your Pet’s Stress Starts at Home

Decreasing Your Pet’s Stress Starts at Home

Like humans, your pets need the home to be a space that's calm, safe, and peaceful. If your furry friend seems to find new people, loud noises, or different places distressing, help ease her stress and anxieties by using the following calming techniques at home. #1:...

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The Importance of Year-Round Parasite Prevention

The Importance of Year-Round Parasite Prevention

It's chilly out in Tell City, but don't let the cold weather fool you when it comes to parasite prevention for your pets. Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes can harbor in your home or garage over the winter and spread deadly diseases year-round. If the temperature rises...

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Keeping Pets Safe During the Holidays

Keeping Pets Safe During the Holidays

The most wonderful time of year is upon us, and while things may feel magical with all of the lights, decorations, and good cheer, it can be a dangerous time of year for our pets. Here are a few holiday hazards to avoid so your furry companions feel merry and bright...

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4 Considerations to Make Before Gifting a Pet

4 Considerations to Make Before Gifting a Pet

You might be an early bird when it comes to deciding on what to get your loved ones for Christmas. Maybe Santa is planning on leaving a new pet under the tree this year. If you're thinking of giving the gift of a furry friend, there are some important considerations...

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Pet for Holiday Boarding

5 Ways to Prepare Your Pet for Holiday Boarding

The holiday season is now upon us, and many of you might have travel plans to celebrate elsewhere. If your travel plans don't include your pet, you'll want to see to it that your pet is cared for over the holiday season. Greenwood Animal Hospital proudly offers pet...

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What is Laser Therapy for Pets?

What is Laser Therapy for Pets?

Laser therapy (also referred to as low-level laser therapy, cold laser therapy, or Class IV laser therapy) is an excellent treatment option for the many pets who can't safely take medications. It's a surgery-free, drug-free, pain-free, and noninvasive treatment that...

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Pet Halloween Horrors to Avoid

Pet Halloween Horrors to Avoid

With Halloween approaching, what horrors should pet owners watch out for? Here are five spooky things to be aware of to protect your four-legged friend. #1: Dangerous decorations Rotting jack-o’-lanterns, broken glow sticks, and synthetic spiderwebs all pose a threat...

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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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