Creature Comforts Resort & Suites Blog

Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough is a respiratory disease. Dogs commonly contract kennel cough at places where large amounts of canines congregate.
Dr. Lambert explains the dangers and what to do if your canine suffers from kennel cough.

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Wellness Care for Pets

Pets age faster than humans. Wellness care is essential to the health and life of your furry family member. Dr. Johnson explains the details and why this is so important for your pets.

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Grooming Is No Longer Available at CCVRS

First of all, thank you for helping us make it to the 7 year mark this coming August. None of it would be possible without you. If you are reading this, you have elected to be part of the core that cares about us as we care for your family member. Unfortunately, we...

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Christmas in August!

Join the Creature Comforts team and help us feed hungry dogs and cats this month. We are taking donations for a Christmas in August for Mobile Meals’ Companion Pets Program. We are accepting donations of any brand of canned or dry food at our facility. We can only...

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Benefits of Adopting a Shelter Cat

Adopting a cat from a shelter rather than other avenues means you are helping, and not contributing to, the pet overpopulation problem. The cost of adopting a pet at an animal shelter is usually much less expensive than buying one from a breeder or pet store. Often...

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Does your Pet Have the Summer Itch?

  You may feel like life is even more hectic than normal, and this may cause you to forget to give or apply your monthly flea medication, and now your four-legged family member is scratching.  Fleas?  That is only one cause of itching, but can lead to some of the...

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Questions about Heartworms Disease Answered

Heartworms cause severe lung disease in dogs and cats and can be deadly.  Heartworm disease can be prevented in dogs and cats by giving them medication once a month that also controls various internal and external parasites.  According to the Companion Animal Parasite...

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BE PREPARED TO SAVE YOUR PET’S LIFE

Smartphone USERS-THE PET POISON HELPLINE NOW HAS AN APP Download Pet Poison Help for Information on hundreds of household products and plants that are potentially toxic to pets, and steps to take if a dog or cat is exposed to one of these toxins.  Pet Poison help was...

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Dental Education

Did you know that, according to the American Veterinary Dental Society, by the age of 3 more than 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some stage of periodontal disease? Those are some pretty scary numbers that can get even scarier when you add in the cost of treatment....

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Your Pet’s Diet?

Anyone who has ever tried to take off a few pounds understands the challenge of weight loss.  It turns out that the difficulty is not just a lack of willpower.  Fat is the largest endocrine organ in the body.  It secretes hormones and inflammatory chemicals like...

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