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To Chip or Not to Chip

To Chip or Not to Chip

The Pros of Having Your Dog Microchipped According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, lost dogs with microchips were returned to their owners 52.2% of the time. July is National Lost Pet Prevention month and as such, our team at Longwood Veterinary Center...
Trips Are Better With Your Dog

Trips Are Better With Your Dog

Traveling with Pets– Tips From Your Kennett Square Veterinarian Traveling with pets can be a lot of fun, but it also requires a lot of forethought and preparation to ensure all goes smoothly. For some pets, the jetsetter life comes quite naturally, while for others,...
Tips for Keeping Your Pet Pest Free

Tips for Keeping Your Pet Pest Free

Parasite Prevention for Dogs Kennett Square If you’re a dog owner, you know that your pet is susceptible to a number of both internal and external parasites, and year-round treatment should be a component of your pet’s ongoing care. Parasites are more than just a...
Post COVID Life for Pets

Post COVID Life for Pets

Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Dogs There is a truth that we all know well, everything in life extracts a fee. All things come at some cost. If we wish to live in a nice house, travel, and provide for our families, we must work. If we wish to keep our bodies...
Keeping it Positive

Keeping it Positive

The Benefits of Positive Reinforcement in Dog Training When we find ourselves in a situation that makes us feel uncomfortable, bored, or perhaps unappreciated, what can we do? Usually there are only two options; change the situation or change how we feel about the...
Raising a Well-Adjusted Dog

Raising a Well-Adjusted Dog

5 Reasons Why Pet Socialization is Critical A popular buzzword in dog training is socialization. Socialization is the specific act of exposing an animal to novel situations in a slow and precise fashion focusing on keeping interactions short, positive, and fear free....