Why Young Pets Need Routine

Why Young Pets Need Routine

Now is the time to establish a routine for your young pet! Building a foundation of stability and consistency now for your little furry friend will provide lifelong benefits. Find out why.  #1: Train your young pet early on to prevent problem behaviors Admit it—you've...

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What You Should Consider Before Fostering a Pet

What You Should Consider Before Fostering a Pet

Are you looking for a way to volunteer or give back amid the COVID-19 crisis? Consider fostering a homeless pet while they wait for a permanent home. These furry friends need love, care, and affection. Before sending out your pet foster-parent application to every...

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Top Easter Dangers for Your Pet

Top Easter Dangers for Your Pet

Happy Easter! Easter festivities may look a little different this year, but many of you may still be making the most of the holiday and celebrating at home. Make sure your holiday doesn't include a pet emergency by protecting your pet from these Easter dangers. Easter...

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3 Things Pet Owners Should Know About COVID-19

3 Things Pet Owners Should Know About COVID-19

Our lives have been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic, and we understand that this crisis has raised many questions about caring for our pets. Here are three things we want you to know. #1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 information While you can turn...

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Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic’s COVID-19 Action Plan

Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic’s COVID-19 Action Plan

Please Note: Due to the pandemic, our business hours are now Mon-Fri 8am-5pm and Sat 8am-3pm At this time, please CALL US to book an appointment. BVC’s top priority right now is the safety of our team, doctors and our clients. In order to continue offering our...

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Socializing Your New Puppy

Socializing Your New Puppy

We at Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic want to congratulate you on your new puppy! Bringing home another furry companion is always so exciting. To make sure things get started on the right paw, read on to learn about why socialization from a young age is...

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5 Tips to Prepare for a Pet Sitter Before You Travel

5 Tips to Prepare for a Pet Sitter Before You Travel

As spring makes its appearance, you may be making spring break travel plans to soak up some sun somewhere warm. While you’re unwilling to leave your four-legged friend behind, you know that the ocean is no place for a cat, and your pooch doesn’t appreciate...

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What is Your Cat Trying to Tell You?

What is Your Cat Trying to Tell You?

Cats are mysterious, enigmatic creatures who are difficult to understand. But, we love them anyway, despite that they yowl in the middle of the night for more food. Sometimes, however, understanding what your cat is trying to say can be a challenge. Your...

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3 Ways of Showing Your Pet Some Love

3 Ways of Showing Your Pet Some Love

What is it about Valentine's Day (and many other holidays, really) that just make us want to shower our pets with treats? While it's great to see the joy and excitement our fur babies show when they know they're getting a little something special, there is...

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Leash-Training Your Pet: The Basics

Leash-Training Your Pet: The Basics

January is National Walk Your Pet Month! Though it's still chilly out, we want to encourage you to get moving with your four-legged friend. Here are our tips on leash-training your pet so that you both can have a fun and safe time on a walk. Question: What...

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