Holiday Pet Safety for Oxford Pets

While our holidays don’t feature the same dangerous cold as other parts of the country, there are still quite a few hazards that can turn a happy holiday into a sad one. Our pets are curious creatures and with all the new decorations, delicious-smelling foods, and guests in the home, they can easily get themselves into a lot of trouble. At Bottletree Animal Hospital, holiday pet safety is very important to us. To help you and your families have a happy, safe holiday, we’ve gathered tips for pet safety this holiday season. Oh, Christmas Tree, Oh No, the Christmas Tree!
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Senior Pet Wellness in Oxford

For the pets that have reached their golden years, senior pet wellness care becomes an important part of their health program. Aging affects dogs and cats just like it affects us, causing a variety of changes including arthritis, cataracts, hearing loss, diabetes, and weight gain. To anticipate the changes in your pet’s health and lifestyle, our animal hospital offers services specific to the needs of seniors. Your pet can still enjoy a full and happy life—schedule a visit with your veterinarian to work out a plan that suits them best. Services for Our Seniors Every pet needs a routine, especially
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Pet Anxiety Awareness in Oxford

Anxiety is something that our pets can also experience, though we may not interpret the signs as such. The problem is that if you do not understand your pet’s behaviors, you might assume they’re trying to cause trouble for attention or some other reason. This can harm your relationship and potentially make your pet’s anxiety even worse. Our animal hospital has seen its share of anxious pets, and as an AAHA-accredited practice that aims to provide less-stress care, we want to do everything we can to help them. How Can I Tell if My Pet is Anxious? Every pet is
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