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Tips for Feline Oral Medication Administration

If you’ve ever owned a cat, you know how stubborn they can be at times. If they don’t want to do something, they will let you know. Unlike dogs, cats are a little less trusting about what’s being fed to them; they aren’t as willing to try new things. Due to the...

Pets and Children

Bismarck Animal Clinic is expecting their 4th baby boy in December. That makes 4 baby boys in the past year and a half! Don’t drink our water 😉 With all these babies running and crawling around it’s a good time to talk about safety of children with pets and safety...

Emotional Support and Service Animals

            Animals are amazing. Not only are they adorable and fun to have around, but they are capable of so much more than we realize. Animals have been trained to perform specific services for owners with disabilities for a long time, but there has recently been...

Saying Goodbye

From the day you first met, you knew it was love. Whether you bring your new pet home at eight weeks old or adopt a senior pet in need of a fur-ever home, eventually your journey together will end. When you start your life together, you always plan to do what is best...

Upcoming Events!

                Many of you are aware of the super fun Dachshund Dash that we put on each year to benefit the Central Dakota Humane Society (CDHS). The event is currently scheduled for September 29th, 2018. We plan to have food, CDHS merchandise tables, music,...

Protecting Your Pet from the Heat of Summer

In preparation for Summer, it is helpful to know the dangers of exposing your pet to hot temperatures in order to take the necessary precautions to keep your pet safe. Whether your pet stays indoors or outdoors, they can experience the effects of the hot temperatures...

Who loves parasites?

Let’s talk about a few of the parasites that can be living not only on the outside of your pet but also on the inside. First, let’s start with the ones that live on the outside of your pet. Most people know about ticks and fleas as far as what they look like and where...

Pet Obesity and Weight Loss

With the way this North Dakota winter has been, a lot of our canine and feline family members probably haven’t gotten as much exercise as they normally do; some have maybe even put on a little winter weight. Unfortunately, it’s been shown that obese dogs and cats...

Spring Flowers and Toxicities

It’s that time of year again when the snow starts to melt and winter starts to loosen its grip. Soon it will be time to start picking out those spring and summer flowers to help brighten up our world after a colorless winter wonderland. Before you start picking out...