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Easy Ways To Entertain Your Cat

Our feline pals are known for being very sleepy. Fluffy can snooze as much as 20 hours a day! Plus, she’ll spend a good chunk of the time in between all those naps just basically lounging about. However, your pet still needs something to do…


Playing With a Senior Cat

Is your kitty entering her senior years? Fluffy may not be the little bundle of zoom that she used to be. However, she will still benefit from regular play sessions. Jumping and pouncing is not only lots of fun for your furball, it’s also good…


Hug Your Dog Day

There’s a pretty adorable doggy holiday around the corner. April 10th is Hug Your Dog Day! Our canine pals are very loyal and affectionate, and deserve to feel loved every day. There are a few things to keep in mind when hugging dogs, however. A…


Coronavirus and Your Pet: What You Need to Know

We know your pet is an important member of your family and their health is a priority. At Waccamaw Regional Veterinary Center, we understand the concern and questions many of our clients have regarding their pets and how the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) could potentially impact…


Helping Kitties Coexist

Are you thinking of adopting a second cat? Has a new kitty just joined your household? Congratulations! However, your resident feline may not be quite as thrilled about the matter as we are. Read on as a local Carolina Forest, SC vet offers tips on…


Poison Prevention Week

March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month! Pets are very curious, and love to investigate things. Dogs, in particular, try to learn about things by, well, eating them. This can be very dangerous! Here, a Carolina Forest, SC vet offers some tips on poison prevention. Plants…


Tips For Playing With Your Dog

Does your canine pal bring you his favorite toy when he wants to play? This adorable request is hard to refuse! Playing is actually extremely important for dogs. It keeps them active, helps them burn off excess energy, prevents boredom, and can help curb many…


7 Ways To Keep Your Cat Healthy

February is National Cat Health Month! Of course, here at Waccamaw Regional Veterinary Center, we are dedicated to keeping our feline patients healthy all year long. Cats are quite easy to care for, but they are still vulnerable to illness and injury, and need good…


4 Things Every Dog Should Know

January is National Train Your Dog Month! Our canine friends make wonderful pets, but they do need quite a bit of petucation to learn how to behave properly. This training isn’t just about manners, however. It’s also very important for safety reasons! Here, a Carolina…


2020 Resolutions for Frisky Cats

Happy New Year! Are you starting 2020 with a kitty at your side or on your lap? Fluffy may have slept through last night’s festivities, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have plans for the new year. Here, a Carolina Forest, SC vet lists some…

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