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A Healthy Pet is a Happy Pet!

This page is all things pet care! A guide for pet owners when a concern pops up & you need insight on how to best care for your pet so that their quality of life is at its best!  

Pet Guide

Tip Links

Prevenative Care

* Vaccinations

* Heartworm

* Spay/Neuter

* Flea/Tick 

Tip Links



Yorkshire Terrier at the Vet

Vaccines - Dogs

Click here to download a blank medical records chart so that you can keep track of your dogs records. 

Click here to download a blank medical records chart so that you can keep track of your cats records. 

Vaccines - Cats

Visit to the Vet

The Importance of Spaying and Neutering

The importance of spaying and neutering your pets cannot be overstated. Not only does it have health benefits for your furry friends, but it also helps to prevent unwanted litters that could end up in already overcrowded shelters. At Tiffany's Trims, we strongly encourage all pet owners to consider this procedure as part of responsible pet ownership.

Links to local Clinics for prevenative care! 

Animal Hospitals

As a lifelong pet owner, I understand first-hand the challenges of affording veterinary care for our beloved furry companions. I have made this packet {click here for PDF} composed of a list of low-cost veterinary clinics in Central Ohio. If you need assistance getting on the schedule - or have any questions, don't hesitate to call us! 

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  • How often should me pet see a veterinarian?
    Both cats and dogs should visit the veterinarian once a year.
  • How often should my dog get groomed?
    All dogs should see a professional groomer every 8-12 weeks; however, some dogs require a visit to the groomer every 4-6 weeks depending on their coat condition. You may prolong visiting the groomer by frequently brushing and maintaining a healthy clean coat. Some dogs are just very high maintenace and have to see the groomer typically every 6-8 weeks. You'll know when it's time to call your groomer. If matting starts, poop is sticking to hair around sanitary area or your pups' eyes are hidden behind hair or eye boogers...Its time!
  • How do I calm my anxious pet?
    Stay calm, they can sense your stress. Vigorous walks and exercise can help by using up their energy. Aromatherapy, calming collars & soothing touch are all ways to calm an anxious or aggressive dog. Sometimes your vet can prescribe medication if their behavior is severe enough.
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We hope This page was helpful!
Feel free to call us if you have any questions or concerns!

Please note: We cannot diagnose or treat - We simply offer insight, providing helpful tips from our own personal experiences. These tips have helped our own furry family & we only wish to share these tips with you! 

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