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Recent PostsNorwalk Pets of the Month!Family Pet Norwalk wants to share some of our newest members. We would like to introduce our Puppy and Kitten of the Month! Mocha, our kitten of the month, is a sassy long haired calico/tortie kitten, who just turned 16 weeks old. She will be coming back soon to see us, and to plan her […]View post
Recent PostsPuppy Training 101Hello fellow pet owners and lovers! In this article we are going to discuss puppy training. It is vital to start training at a young age because it’s easier to train good behavior than it is to change bad behavior. Training strengthens the bond between you and your pet, promoting a healthy relationship! The first […]View post
Recent PostsFatty Acids for Our PetsOur bodies require fatty acids to build new cells and maintain both brain and nerve function. Essential fatty acids (especially omega 3s) are those which are not produced by the body and have to be supplemented into the diet. Different species of animals like cats, dogs, and humans need different types and amounts of these […]View post
Recent PostsPet Dangers During the HolidaysBy Kelly Jean Eaton There are many dangers to be expected for the holiday season with pets around including everyday holiday objects, foods, and anxiety related to holiday guests. Being aware of the dangers your pets face can help you better protect your four legged friends. Here are some of the top dangers of the […]View post
Recent PostsIVDD: Intervertebral Disc DiseaseWritten by Lindsay Black Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) is defined as the degeneration of the intervertebral discs resulting in displacement of disc material into the spinal canal. The most common type of IVDD (Type 1) typically occurs in chondrodystrophic breeds (long body, short legged dogs) and, on rare occasions, can occur in felines. IVDD can be a […]View post