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Thinking Outside the Litter Box

When people think of potty training, they often tend to think about either newborn babies or puppies, but not cats. This may be due...

Separation Anxiety in Cats and Dogs

Thankfully there has been a recent shift in today’s society that is making the discussion of mental health such as anxiety and depression more...

Traveling With Pets

As travel restrictions have abated, pets are on the move once again. This is true domestically and internationally. Last month we featured cultural differences...

Veterinary Health Workers: The Unsung Heroes of the Pandemic

Almost eighteen months ago, as the world suddenly came to a halt, the way we conduct business dramatically changed. Veterinary medicine was faced with...

Enter the Hill Rag Pet Photo Contest!

You know your pet is a star! Prove it --get it in print! Send us your favorite pet photos for a chance and fame! Winning...

Don’t Discount Aggression in Cats

After house-soiling, aggression is the second most common behavioral issue we see in cats. Aggression in cats is not taken as seriously as in...

The District Vet

With cautious optimism, it is time to start preparing our furry friends for our return to a modified pre-pandemic life. As quickly as we...

Teeth Are Important

February is National Pet Dental Health Month. A few years ago I wrote a piece about the importance of good dental hygiene in dogs...

Keeping Furry Tenants Comfortable

When Libby Jamison and her husband Brian moved to the District from San Diego in November, 2019, they wanted to make the adjustment as...

The District Vet

Glaucoma isn’t only a disease of people. Cats and dogs can have elevated eye pressure, too! Many people have heard of glaucoma, but what is...
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