Intermountain Pet Hospital Blog

Why Do We Go Nuts About Kittens

July 8, 2021 at 8:30 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Care,

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Domestic cats, or felis silvestris catus, if you’re fancy, are thought to have domesticated themselves thousands of years ago in the Near East. That's right; cats chose to be around humans. 

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What Happens When a Dog Gets Heartworm?

April 14, 2021 at 1:00 PM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Wellness Clinic,

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April is Heartworm Awareness Month, and so for the theme of this month, we wanted to go over what heartworm is, how it is transmitted, and what we can do to protect our pets. 

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Now That You’re Going Back to Work…What About Your Pets?

January 21, 2021 at 9:24 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Care,

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March of 2020 changed every American’s life in one way or another. But for pets, that month turned into one of the best months ever. Some fortunate employees were able to work from home, and their fur babies were over the moon happy. 

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It’s National Walk Your Pet Month

January 14, 2021 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Care

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It’s already halfway through January, and it’s estimated that more than half of the people who made exercise and weight loss resolutions have already abandoned them. And if you’re one of the guilty who have already abandoned the resolution ship, it’s time to get back on; not for your benefit, but for your dog’s. 

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Snow and Your Pets

December 23, 2020 at 8:54 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Care,

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Bogus Basin and Brundage have gotten some great snow so far this year. As for the Treasure Valley, we've seen a few fluffy inches, but alas, it is mostly gone now. Thankfully more snow is forecasted to come. Kids love it, pets love it, and most parents don't, mainly because it means shoveling and driving on less than ideal roads. However you feel about it, here are a few extra safety precautions for your pets.

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KEEP YOUR PET SAFE DURING THIS VERY MERRY COVID CHRISTMAS

December 17, 2020 at 9:02 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Care,

Dangerous Plants for Dogs and Cats

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As COVID-19 cases continue to surge here in the Treasure Valley, it's time to think about what this Christmas is going to look like for you, your extended family, and even your pets.

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I Think My Dog Has Back Pain

November 18, 2020 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Care,

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Back pain is the worst; we can all agree on that. Dogs most likely feel the same. It's also one of the most common conditions that dogs can suffer from. Since our furry friends can't let us know when their back is giving them some issues. 

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Dog Body Language Decode

November 10, 2020 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Wellness Clinic,

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A considerable number of people know the joys of having a dog in their life. Whether it was childhood, newlyweds getting a pet together, or adopting a canine after kids come into the picture, interactions between dogs and their humans are quite remarkable.  

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Why is My Dog Losing Patches of Hair

October 27, 2020 at 9:15 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Wellness Clinic,

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Just like humans shed hair, dogs shed their fur throughout their lives, even hypoallergenic dogs. Shedding is a good thing; it’s a dog’s way of getting rid of old and damaged hair. It can be overwhelming in the springtime when some dogs “blow” their winter coat, but overall most dogs lose their fur evenly over their body.

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Why Your Pet Needs Pet Insurance

October 20, 2020 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Wellness Clinic,

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When it comes to our pets, Americans will spend whatever it takes to make sure they have the best quality of life. It's estimated that in 2019, U.S. families spent 95.7 billion dollars on pets. Out of that 95.7 billion, 29.3 billion was for veterinary care. That number is estimated to increase by 3% in 2020. 

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