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yard safety for petsAs 2017 comes to a close, many of us are making resolutions. We’re going to exercise more, eat better, be more mindful. Perhaps some of our resolutions include our pets, too. If you’re making lists of resolutions, we hope to be able to help you keep any pet resolutions you make, and one way we can do that is through our blog.

Over the course of the past 12 months, Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital has attempted to give you relevant, fun, and educational blog posts that help you keep your pet healthy and happy. From seasonal pet safety, to keeping your pet in good health, to just a dose of fun, we hope our blog has kept you entertained and given you some things to think about.

We’d like to share our Top 5 Pet Care Blogs of 2017 here, comprised of the topics you found most interesting. If you have any feedback about what topics you’d like to see in the coming year, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. And, let’s make those pet resolutions come to reality together, this coming year.

  1. Getting In The Swing Of Things: Back To School Pet Safety And MoreIt’s that time of year again! With the turning of the leaves and crisp air comes a flurry of activity as kids begin a new school year or leave for college. The start of a new school year also means a change in your pet’s home environment, daily routine, and may also mean less overall supervision for him or her. Read More…
  2. Pet Immunization: Preventing the Spread of Disease and Keeping Your Pet HealthyThis past month we have observed National Pet Immunization Month – a month devoted to educating and raising awareness about the importance of immunizing our furry friends. Infectious and sometimes life-threatening illnesses like parvovirus and distemper can present serious risk to any unvaccinated pet, even if they primarily live indoors. Read More…
  3. Green Space: Summer Yard Safety for PetsWhether your yard is a carefully manicured work of art, a relaxing retreat after a long day of work, or your kids’ favorite playground, your personal green space is an important part of your life. For pets, the yard is their window to the world, and practicing the principles of yard safety for pets will ensure their enjoyment for years to come. Read More…
  4. Achieving Long-Term Health Through Pet Parasite PreventionThere’s no doubt that fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes are an annoying nuisance, but the diseases they can spread may fly under the radar for many pet owners. This makes year-round pet parasite prevention a cornerstone of responsible pet ownership. Read More…
  5. Holiday Pet Safety You Can Really Sink Your Teeth IntoHave you ever wanted something so badly, but you weren’t allowed to have it? Well, your pet probably has, too – and will most likely experience that again this holiday season. Sure, it’s the most wonderful time of year for us, but for pets the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s can be punctuated with longing that’s hardly ever satisfied. Turkey, gravy, and sweets galore make it all the more important to observe holiday pet safety. Read More…

Looking ahead to 2018, we see a bright future for pets and their families! We wish you a safe, fun, and healthy Happy New Year. Cheers!