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Extreme Squirrel Obsessive Disorder

Let’s talk about dog behavior, anxiety, and how awesome Dr. Parsons is. But first we have to start at the beginning of our story. My husband and I had put our old lab mix down the winter of 2017, Rooks and my husband had a very special bond so he did not want to get...

Let’s Talk About Fireworks

Happy Independence Day! The time has come for the fun-filled festivities in honor of our Country. While we may like to light up the night with fireworks and sparklers, we also need to be mindful of our furry babies during this time of the year. While some pets do well...

Are You Using Enrichment?

Enrichment is anything that changes your pet’s daily life. This term is well known and discussed in Zoos and Aquariums as an important part of captive animals lives, but have you considered this an important part of your pets life? We as animal lover talk about animal...

Flea and Tick Preventatives

The snow has melted (finally!) & spring fever has hit.  May is Lyme Disease Prevention month.  But that is not the only critter outside ready to hitch a ride on your pet. Fleas & numerous other types of ticks are out in full force. The parasites will remain...

Canine Reproduction

Making the decision to breed your canine friend is not a decision to take lightly. There are many steps to take to ensure your dog produces healthy offspring. Shelters are crowed with dogs all across the country and therefore unwanted dogs are euthanized daily. So...

Traveling With or Without your Pet

Will you have the opportunity to sneak away for a vacation in the near future?  I hope so!  Maybe you have an upcoming business trip or arrangements to see family soon.  As a pet owner, the care of your pet is part of your travel planning whether your pet is...

Anesthesia-Is It Safe For Your Pet?

As the veterinarian finishes her physical exam she sits back on the stool and says, “Well, I think little Fluffy here should have a periodontal cleaning procedure.  She has a fractured upper premolar tooth that you can see here.”  You nod your head as she points...

Potential Toxins in your Garage

Burr, it’s cold outside. With these colder months ahead of us, many of our pets, who usually have better access to the great outdoors, are seeking warmer shelter in the garage. This is great to help get them out of the cold but there are other dangers to be found in...

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...