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Taking Your Lumps: All About Pet Mass Removals

Any time a new lump or bump arises on a pet, it is cause for concern. Not only are they unattractive, they can also be bothersome for the pet. Some may even be cancerous. The cornerstone of treatment for many types of growths on pets is surgical removal. Depending on the size and location of …Read More

Breeding Like Rabbits: A Primer on Rabbit Reproduction

No other species is quite so noted for their ability to reproduce as the rabbit. However, while it may seem like rabbits only exist to make more rabbits, this is far from true. Moreover, when we bring these wascally fur-friends into our homes as pets, it’s just as important that we curb their “natural tendencies” …Read More

A Smart Approach to a Big Problem: The Advantages of Flank Spays in Cats

Spring is in the air, and so are kittens. Heaps and heaps of kittens. At Pets in Stitches, we know this time of year is kitten season, and while those fluffy balls of fur are a lot of fun, they can be too much of a good thing. Spaying and neutering play an important role …Read More

Eye, Eye, Cap’n! Pet Eye Surgeries at Pets in Stitches

The eyes are said to be the windows to the soul, and anyone who has stared into the deep, warm eyes of an animal friend can testify to that. Eye problems are not uncommon in pets, which is why Pets in Stitches is sure to offer several pet eye surgeries to help our patients. Keep …Read More

A Pain in the…Bladder? Urinary Problems in Pets

Some pet problems are more common than others, and urinary issues rank at the top of the list of frequently diagnosed ailments. Unfortunately, urinary problems in pets can be bothersome, painful, and can lead to more serious problems. The team at Pets in Stitches want our clients to be able to recognize urinary problems early, …Read More

Your Pet, Our Priority: Pets in Stitches’ Top 5 Blogs of 2017

It’s been quite a year! As we look back through the archives, we’re thrilled to have had so many new and ongoing opportunities to connect with members of our pet-loving community. As you probably know, Pets in Stitches are passionate about pets and always strive to share what we know with our clients via our …Read More

The Scary Truth About Foreign Bodies in Pets

What do socks, corncobs, balls, shoes, hair ties, and pennies have in common? Among other infamous items known to tantalize bored, curious, or hungry pets, these household items can become foreign bodies in pets. It usually begins as a game, batting around objects as toys, but licking, chewing, and biting can quickly result in consumption. …Read More

The Question of All Questions: What Age to Spay/Neuter Your Dog

It may seem like a straightforward question, but surprisingly, “When is the right time is to spay or neuter your dog?” may be one of the trickiest questions out there. For rabbits and cats, the answer is fairly straightforward (4-6 months of age for the former and by 5 months of age for the latter). …Read More

Calm, Happy, And Fixed! The Many Benefits Of Spaying And Neutering Your Pets

It can certainly be fun to envision what your pet’s puppies, kittens, or bunnies would look like, and to imagine yourself surrounded by those adorable little fluff balls. However, having an intact pet comes with more responsibility than many people realize, and the risks of not spaying and neutering your pets far outweigh any potential …Read More

Critical Mass: All About Bumps in Pets

It is not unusual for animals to develop a lump here or a bump there, especially as they get older. So when is a growth something you need to worry about, and when is it something to just keep an eye on? Pets in Stitches wants you to know which bumps in pets are bad, …Read More