It seems as though the world changes drastically every morning when we have to deal with the news of the day. While it can be difficult for adults, teens, and children to understand what is going on with COVID-19, stay-at-home restrictions, and other national events, it is even more challenging for our pets. Working and…

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After a long winter of snow and ice, people and their pets look forward to hot summer days. Whether you spend your time in the backyard having a simple barbecue or head out to the beach for some fun in the sand, it is essential to make sure that everyone stays safe from the sun…

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massachusetts warm weather pet tips

When the weather begins to get warm outdoors, pets and people naturally want to spend more time outside of the home. Unfortunately, there are lots of risks associated with late spring and summer weather when it comes to cats and dogs. This time of year can be a great time to enjoy the change of…

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covid-19 anxiety in pets

Many households have seen significant changes in the amount of time that they are spending at home during the Coronavirus pandemic. With schools being closed, many businesses shuttered, and travel plans put on hold, local pets are also getting to spend more time with their families. However, this is not necessarily a positive for many…

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emergency veterinary care in south coast

There are certain situations in life when you might require the services of an emergency veterinarian. Our pets can experience a crisis that demands immediate assistance. Anchor Animal Hospital in Dartmouth provides pet owners in the South Coast area with a wide range of services, including emergency veterinary support. It is essential to know which…

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veterinary care in Dartmouth, MA

While much has changed over the past few weeks, some things remain the same. Everyone is concerned with “essential” or “necessary” services, focusing on the urgent situation at hand. However, scheduled vet care for cats and dogs, including vaccinations, veterinary check-up appointments, and preventive services, should not be overlooked or neglected. Your local veterinarian in…

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telemedicine veterinary care in dartmouth

Like many other businesses and services in the South Coast area, Anchor Animal Hospital has had to make changes to the way that we serve our customers. It is important to know that vet care for cats and dogs is considered an essential service and will continue to be open to provide sick care appointments,…

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parasite prevention in southeastern massachusetts

As winter starts to fade away and the weather begins to warm, people and pets yearn to go outdoors – even if just to explore their own backyard. While fresh air and sunshine are healthy, there are dangers lurking just outside the door. Fleas, ticks, mosquitoes and other parasites and pests are just waiting to…

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pet nutrition and health massachusetts

There are a lot of thoughts in the pet-owner community about pet nutrition and diet. Some of it is very positive and comes from professional veterinary specialists who are an authorized voice on feline and canine nutritional needs. However, some of it is not medically sound advice and should be disregarded. How do you, as…

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pet exercise during shelter in place

With many parks and dog parks being shut down under “shelter in place” orders, many pet owners might be wondering how to provide effective exercise and continue training habits for pets at this time. While some New Bedford pet owners continue to go on long neighborhood walks with pets while maintaining safe and effective social…

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