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Grief over pet loss

A Shoulder to Lean on When a Pet Dies

People describe grief in many ways. Some say it’s an ocean wave that washes over you and then retreats. Others say it’s a ladder with many rungs that you must climb. However you look at grief, it’s a human process that is made easier when you have someone to talk to. Help is available, […]

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Tips for a Happy Cat

September is Happy Cat Month! Created by the CATalyst Council, an organization committed to cats’ health and well-being, September kicks off a month of celebrations and discussions about what cats want and need. Here are some SAGE tips for keeping your cat happy: It’s All About Them… No, Really Every cat is unique, and, […]

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What To Do When Your Cat Has A Broken Bone

Cats are graceful and agile animals, which can make long and impressive jumps from time to time. Despite their precision, while making jumps, cats can at times miss the target and can land dangerously thus sustaining some injuries. Also, collisions with vehicles can lead to broken bones with the most common fractures being leg, […]

Husky Dog with pet owners discussing pet lymphoma cancer.

Answers to Your Top 5 Pet Lymphoma Questions

A pet lymphoma cancer diagnosis can be scary, and it can feel like there are more questions than answers. Here are answers to the most common questions SAGE Centers oncology specialists hear when they meet with pet parents. 1. What are some of the symptoms of pet lymphoma cancer? Lymphoma is a cancer of, […]

Prepping Pets for Back-to-School

It’s that time of year again! The kids are heading back to school or off to college, and it’s an exciting time for everyone. But remember, this also means a change to your pet’s home environment, which could include the people they interact with, their schedule and routine, and level of supervision. This can cause an increase, […]