Choosing the Right Veterinarian in Fayetteville NC

In today’s household, our pets are more than just furry friends or background characters. Today, our pets are our families just as much as anyone in the home! Cumberland Animal Hospital in Fayetteville, NC understands that you love your pets, and so our caring veterinarians treat them just like family. With summer coming up, have […]

Finding An Animal Hospital That Is Right For Your Pet

One of the first decisions that new pet owners must consider once they bring their pet home is who they will entrust to care for their pet’s medical and boarding needs. Ideally, you hope to find a facility with highly trained and knowledgeable veterinarians who can provide medical care for your pet, but that also […]

Preparing Your Pets For Spring Weather

Finally, after a long winter in Fayetteville, NC, residents can start to see a warmer light at the end of the tunnel. Spring is quickly approaching. With the inevitable warmer temperatures will come lots of opportunities for dogs to play outside in the sun. Before the warm weather is here to stay for several months, […]

Protecting Your Pets This Winter

According to statistics reported by the ASPCA, about forty-four percent of homes in the United States have at least one dog, and around thirty-five percent of homes have a cat. Many families give pets as Christmas gifts. If you are one of the thousands of families that added a pet to their home over the […]

What To Expect After Holiday Pet Boarding

You did your research. You found the perfect place to board your dog while you were out of town for the holidays. It was a place you trusted, and a place that your dog seemed comfortable in when you left. You even called during your vacation to make sure your beloved pet was okay. You […]

Why You Should Board Your Pet This Holiday Season

The most wonderful time of the year also happens to be the busiest travel season. Millions of Americans will travel between now and January for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. For many families, this is the time of the year when they must make arrangements for the care of their pets when they travel. While […]

Preventative Health Starts With Informed Dog Owners

The average lifespan of domestic dogs in the United States is between 10 and 13 years. The lifespan of your dog is determined by so many factors that you cannot control, such as breed, size, and more. Fortunately for pet owners, lifespan can also be determined by factors that can be controlled. When it comes […]

When Should You Seek Emergency Care For Your Pet

Many times when there is a medical emergency with your pet, you will know it. They may have been bitten by another animal, or in an accident of some sort. You know they need to be see by their veterinarian in those situations. When your pet is not acting like themselves, it can be hard […]

A Cumberland Animal Hospital Q&A About Pet Boarding

Many kennels find that this time of year is their busiest for pet boarding reservations. Either pet owners are boarding their pets with their veterinarian or another local kennel choice, or they are bringing their pets on vacation with them and boarding them at their destination. Whether you are new to pet boarding during vacation […]

Urgent Care For Your Pets

The summer months can be dangerous months for your pets. Dogs and cats that spend a significant amount of time outside without enough water could overheat and suffer from heat stroke. Pets who are able to wander outside may find themselves bitten by snakes or poisonous spiders, although relatively rare as spiders may find it […]

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