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 pet care blog. Whether it’s seasonal pet safety, behavioral concerns, or important reminders, we do our best to brainstorm relevant topics to help owners better care for their pets.
Now, without further adieu, we hope you enjoy our top 5 pet care blogs from 2017!
Pets in Stitches’ Top 5 Blogs of 2017
- It’s a surgery that veterinarians have been performing for a long time, but it is an often underappreciated procedure. At Pets in Stitches, spay and neuter procedures are our focus and expertise. Let’s explore all of the reasons why spay surgery is a healthy and responsible choice.
- 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.
- Read More… 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, which are benign, and what to do if you find one.
- Ahhh, spring is in the air. The air is warmer, flowers are blooming, and… the birds and the bees are in full swing. Cat mating season is upon us, and if you have an intact pet, or your yard is simply home to a feral population, you probably haven’t missed that fact. So what do you need to know about our feline friends this time of year? Read on to find out.
- If your pet is spayed or neutered at Pets In Stitches, you’ll find out that we tattoo after surgery. Why though? It’s pretty simple… to save lives and prevent future surgeries.
As they say in the film industry, that’s a wrap! As we close out 2017, we’re grateful for all the dedicated pet owners we’ve met this year, and we look forward to making new connections in 2018.
Thank you for choosing us as your pet care provider and for reading our pet care blog. From all of us at, we wish you and yours a safe and happy new year. Cheers!