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  • Tips to Kitten and Puppy Proof Your Home
    Getting a new kitten or puppy does require some preparation. Beyond making sure you have food, water, bowls, a litter box for a kitty, and other essentials, you need to be sure Read more
  • Behavior Basics: Target
    Target is such a useful behavior that it borders on a training tool more than just a neat thing to teach your pet. Be sure you have read the rest of our Read more
  • Basic Behavior: "Sit"
    There are several behaviors that any pet should know. When we say “behaviors”, this is synonymous with what some people would call “tricks”. Largely, these are things your pet naturally Read more
  • Call of the Collar
    With spring just around the corner, many pet owners are looking forward to all the great adventures they can have with their best friend! Perhaps the most common activity, at least for Read more
  • Halloween Pet Safety
    Halloween can be a fantastically fun and spooky time of year, but not always for our pets. Your pet clinic in Lincoln would like to share some safety tips when it comes Read more
  • Kennel Cough
    Kennel cough got its name for being a highly contagious disease. It is frequently passed around in places where large groups of dogs gather frequently (think kennels, dog parks, groomers, pet shops, Read more
  • Signs of Pain in Cats and Dogs
    In the last few decades, many great strides have been made in pain management for cats and dogs. A large part of that is becoming better at recognizing when they are Read more
  • Water Safety Tips for Dogs
    Nothing feels better in summertime than jumping into the pool or lake to cool off. With so many water-centric activities in summer, it’s tempting to bring your dog along. A Read more
  • Dog Body Language: The Body
    This is part 2 of our series, so be sure to have read part one so you can easily get a whole picture of what your dog may be feeling. In this Read more
  • Managing a Multi-Cat Household
    Contrary to popular belief, cats are not solitary creatures. They do have social lives, but they are different than dogs (as they are in most things!). It’s no secret that Read more
  • 5 Quick Cat Facts
    Are you a cat lover, or just cat curious? Even if your cat knowledge is limited to funny you-tube videos, here are some quick facts from a Lincoln, NE veterinarian you Read more
  • Dog Body Language: The Face
    One of the essential skills to interpreting how your dog is feeling at any given time is to be able to read their body language. Since they aren’t going to Read more
  • Food Allergies in Your Pet
    If you’ve walked through a pet food aisle lately, or done an internet search about pet food, food allergies have likely come up in some way. Food allergies can develop in Read more
  • Green Your Pet
    If you have pets, your love has likely extended to the natural world. Good news! Just as in every other type of product available, green or eco-friendly pet products are available Read more

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