New Year’s Resolutions Should Include Pet Care

The new year brings new goals and new opportunities for you to bond with your pet and develop healthier habits. Pet Wellness Clinics’ Dr. Rachael Campbell offered Fox 59 some great ways we can improve the lives of our furry friends.

Keep Pets Safe While Decking the Halls

The holiday season is upon us, and many pet parents include their furry companions in the festivities. Before you haul out too much holly, Pet Wellness Clinic Owner and CEO Dr. Mike Graves encourages you to take some precautions to keep your pets safe. Learn more in this article!

Don’t Let Pets Overindulge

It’s not just humans who overeat during the holidays. Pet owners may also be a bit indulgent with their pets, offering them goodies from the Thanksgiving table. What foods should you avoid giving your four-legged family members? Dr. Chris Robinette of Pet Wellness Clinics shared advice with WRTV.

Turkey Talk for Your Furry Friends

Thanksgiving is a time for family and feasts. But it is also a time for possible distress for our furry friends. Pets won’t be so thankful if they munch on undercooked turkey or an unattended dessert. Pet Wellness Clinic Owner and CEO Dr. Mike Graves offers tips on how you can have a fulfilling Thanksgiving […]

Prevent Halloween Hazards for Your Pets

Lights and decorations, costumes and masks, a constant parade of strangers at the door — Halloween can be a downright spooky experience for our pets, and all the hype can be stressful. Pet Wellness Clinic Owner and CEO Dr. Mike Graves shares how to prevent Halloween hazards if you plan to get your pet involved […]

Pet Safety for Halloween Season

The Halloween season is full of fun and festivities, but it can also be ghoulish for our furry friends when it comes to costumes, candy, decorations and trick-or-treaters. Veterinarian Dr. Chris Robinette of Pet Wellness Clinics talked with Indy NOW Host Jillian Deam about how to prevent pet accidents, incidents and injuries during Halloween.

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