3 Reasons Why Your Dog Licks Their Paws

Does your dog lick their paws? Many pet owners become frustrated by the non-stop paw-licking and want to help their dogs overcome this condition. Before busting out the socks or the cone of shame for your pooch, discover the underlying cause, so you can treat and...

10 Warning Signs of Cancer in Pets

With pets living longer than ever, there’s a higher risk of cancer development in old age. But, by knowing the cancer warning signs, you can quickly detect abnormalities and schedule a check-up with our veterinarian here at TruBOND Veterinary. Here are 10 cancer signs...

Pet Poison Prevention Month: My Pet Ate Poison. What Do I Do?

First off, don't panic. The team at TruBOND Veterinary Center knows how alarming it can be when your furry pal has been in contact with a potentially toxic substance, but it's crucial to stay calm in situations like these. March is National Pet Poison Prevention...

The Importance of Keeping Your Pet’s Eyes Healthy

Just like how you try to maintain good eye care, it's also important to keep your pet's eyes healthy. Your pet's eyes are sensitive and can easily succumb to injury or disease, but with proper care, hygiene, and close monitoring, you can help your furry pal keep their...

Which Chew Toys Are Safe for My Pet?

One of the best and common ways to entertain your furry pal and to keep them happy when you're not home is to offer them a chew toy. But, some of those tasty chews you've picked up at the pet store can potentially wreak havoc on your pet's teeth and gastrointestinal...

Why Does My Dog Eat Grass? 5 Crazy Canine Behaviors and Their Reasons

Dogs can be weird creatures, often leaving their owners scratching their heads in bewilderment. After all, we've all seen our pups graze away on the grass at the local park at least once in their lifetime. Our team at truBOND Veterinary Hospital explains the reasons...

What You Should Know about Microchipping Your Pets

One of the common questions many new pet owners have is whether they should get their pets microchipped. Unfortunately, the act of getting your pet microchipped is often avoided because pet owners are unsure exactly how these potentially life-saving devices work. Our...

When Is It Time to Let My Pet Go?

truBOND Veterinary Hospital knows that as a pet parent, it's never easy to make the decision of letting go of a pet when they've reached the end of their lifespan. We also know that it's even more challenging to determine how to make that decision. Although you may...

Pet Water Safety for the Summer

One of the most refreshing things to do on a hot summer day is spending time in the water, especially if you're wearing a fur coat! Swimming is a great way to cool down your pet, but there are several dangers that they could experience while in the water. Here are a...

Bringing Your Lost Pet Back Home

Did you know that July 5th is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters? It's not hard to understand why. With so many pets fleeing their house during the fireworks or escaping picnics the day before, it's no wonder that July is National Lost Pet Prevention...

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3 Simple Ways You Can Keep Your Cat Happy and Healthy

3 Simple Ways You Can Keep Your Cat Happy and Healthy

3 Ways to Enrich Your Cat’s Life Has your cat been displaying signs of problem behavior? It may be because they aren't getting enough stimulation and enrichment. Boredom and stress from lack of physical and mental stimulation can lead to inappropriate elimination and...

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3 Reasons Why You Should Socialize Your Pet

3 Reasons Why You Should Socialize Your Pet

3 Ways Inadequate Socialization Can Affect Your Pet’s Life Did you know that socializing your pet is an important aspect in part of giving your pet the best quality of life? Socializing your pet early on is essential in helping them build up confidence. Ensuring your...

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How to Prepare Your Pet for a Stress-Free Veterinary Visit

How to Prepare Your Pet for a Stress-Free Veterinary Visit

Regular veterinary visits are essential for your furry friend's health. However, the associated fear and anxiety they may cause are not. Many pet owners actually delay preventive care because of their pet's behavior or extreme stress at the veterinary clinic.    Don't...

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How to Successfully Medicate Your Pet

How to Successfully Medicate Your Pet

Due to improper techniques, many pets have learned to panic and react defensively at the sight of medication. Did you know you can treat your pet safely and successfully by learning how to medicate them correctly using a positive, non-threatening approach?   #1: Talk...

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Signs Your Pet May Have Allergies

Signs Your Pet May Have Allergies

Spring and summer are prime allergy seasons for people and pets alike. But, you and your pet do not experience the same symptoms. While the mechanism for allergies is the same, pets experience allergy signs through their skin instead of their respiratory system. Your...

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Tips for Litter Box Success With Your Cat!

Tips for Litter Box Success With Your Cat!

Surprisingly, your cat’s inappropriate urination is not out of spite. Instead, your cat is pleading with you for help. Here are five problems that could be causing your cat to eliminate outside their box, and how to help resolve the situation.   #1: Your cat’s litter...

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Bringing Your Lost Pet Back Home

Bringing Your Lost Pet Back Home

Did you know that July 5th is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters? It's not hard to understand why. With so many pets fleeing their house during the fireworks or escaping picnics the day before, it's no wonder that July is National Lost Pet Prevention...

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Pet Water Safety for the Summer

Pet Water Safety for the Summer

One of the most refreshing things to do on a hot summer day is spending time in the water, especially if you're wearing a fur coat! Swimming is a great way to cool down your pet, but there are several dangers that they could experience while in the water. Here are a...

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Camping Tips for You and Your Pet

Camping Tips for You and Your Pet

It's camping season! Before pitching your tent and getting back into nature with your furry friend, brush up on some safety tips to make sure your adventure goes off without a hitch!  #1: Take your pet on a camping trial run Have a trial run in your backyard to see...

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Preparing Your Pet for “Bring Your Pet to Work Day”

Preparing Your Pet for “Bring Your Pet to Work Day”

During the past year and a half, when the world was working remotely, your pet was probably your favorite coworker! As things are gradually changing again, this might not be the case for much longer. Fortunately, June 25th is Take Your Dog to Work Day, so you might be...

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