Something To Celebrate: Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital’s Top 5 Blogs of 2019

As the holiday season is wrapping up, most of us tend to become reflective about the year past. It’s natural to think back about the celebrations, the joys, and also the challenges and new changes that inevitably come with the passing of time. 

As we reflect back on the year here at Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital we can’t help but be grateful for you, our clients and friends. We’re also looking back at our pet blog and hope that you have found useful, fun, and interesting content there. If you missed some of it, we are celebrating by sharing our top 5 pet care blogs of 2019, here. 

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How Many Pets Is Too Many Pets? 

As long as a person can provide food, comfort, and medical care, they should be allowed to keep as many pets as they like, right? In a world like Dr. Doolittle’s, this could work out – but that doesn’t mean it should in reality. 

Some well-meaning individuals take rescuing a little too far, and before they know it they have a situation on their hands not unlike hoarding. We’ve all heard of the crazy cat lady, but at what point does adoption go over the line? 

In other words, how many pets is too many pets?

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Fun Ways To Celebrate the Holidays With Your Pet 

The holidays are about family, friends, and celebrating the season with those we love most. And of course, this includes our pets. The season wouldn’t be the same without them, but if you find yourself rushing to one party after another, shopping till you drop, and falling head first into the holiday hustle and bustle, your loving pet may feel a little left behind. 

Instead, the team at  Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital has come up with some fun ways to celebrate the holidays with your pet (while keeping them happy and healthy at the same time)!

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Including Your Pet in Your Will 

When you think about your last will and testament, some of the things you might consider are your children, your property and assets, and how these assets might be disseminated in the event of your passing. But have you considered what would happen to your pet? 

We sometimes assume that our pets will go beyond the rainbow bridge before us, but this is not always the case. It is important to plan for your pet’s care and well-being should the unexpected happen. The team at Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital explores some of the reasons why including your pet in your will is something that will give you peace of mind.

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