Wellesley-Natick Veterinary Hospital Rolls Out the Top 5 Pet Care Blogs of 2018

As 2019 begins to blossom around us, we thought it prudent to look back at our most popular pet care blogs of the 2018. At Wellesley-Natick Veterinary Hospital, we strive to find topics that will resonate with our ever-growing community of readers, and couldn’t resist taking a closer look at what spoke to you.

To all of our regular readers, as well as those that are new to our community, thank-you for keeping us in your loop! We are proud to serve the pets and pet owners in the Wellesley-Natick community, both in person and through our blog and Facebook page. And now, without further ado, we present…

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The Ultimate Dog Care Guide for Working Pet Owners

working pet ownersYour dog knows the routine; in fact, he has come to expect it. He watches as you perform your daily rituals of showering, dressing, making coffee, and getting your supplies together. His tail wags hopefully as you tell him to “Be a good boy! See you tonight!” Although you can’t see him, he’s surely listening as your car drives away and he settles in to await your return in the evening.

Thanks to our society’s prevailing view of pets as family members, working pet owners often worry about their pets’ emotions as well as their own. According to a study by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) in 2000, 75 percent of working pet owners feel guilty about leaving their pets home alone while they are at work.

Dogs are pack animals and there’s no doubt they need exercise, mental stimulation, and companionship each and every day. With a little bit of planning, it’s entirely possible for working pet owners to meet the needs of their dog and enjoy the many benefits of pet ownership.

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What’s in That Stocking? Only Safe Pet Presents, of Course!

Perusing the shelves or browsing online can only get you so far in the pursuit of gifts – and this is true for pets and people alike. Sure, you can surf endlessly and read reviews of similar-minded pet owners, but choosing new toys, treats, or gear can be a gamble. Also, without a little professional guidance, you could be placing your pet at risk. Believe us, we feel your pain. That’s why we’re confident in our list of safe pet presents that aim to satisfy and delight.

Gifts Galore

If your pet could talk, he or she would likely tell you that the only things on his or her holiday list are your time, attention, and snuggles. Of course, extra walks, visits to new places, and longer play times with favorite toys won’t hurt either. Beyond those important (and mostly free) offerings, there are some outstanding pet items out there, but are they considered safe pet presents? Continue…

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