1. Preparing for Your New Kitten

    Making the decision to adopt a kitten is very exciting, but before you can bring your new feline friend home, it’s important to make sure you not only have everything your new kitten will need, but you also know a few things about how to care for them when they arrive. In today’s post, we will provide you with a few tips on how you can prepare for your kitten, as well as what you should do onc…Read More

  2. Preparing for Your New Puppy

    There’s nothing more exciting than finally making the decision to add a new member to your family, especially if that new member has four paws. Pets are a great way to bring more joy into your life and give yourself a little extra responsibility, but they can also be a lot of responsibility, especially if you’re not prepared. Puppies, especially, need a lot of toys, exercise, and training befo…Read More

  3. 5 Tips for Keeping Your Dog Happy and Healthy

    Dogs are extremely loyal and loveable creatures, so it’s no wonder we call them man’s best friend. When you adopt a dog, they instantly become part of the family, and for that reason, you want to ensure that they have everything they need to live a happy and healthy life. Part of taking care of your dog’s health is scheduling regular checkups, even if they aren’t sick. Luckily, at 911 Vets…Read More

  4. How to Tell If Your Cats Are Playing or Fighting

    When you have two cats in your home, there’s bound to be a tussle from time to time, especially if your cats are young. However, if these playful fights start to turn violent, it could be a sign that your cats are stressed. That being said, it can be difficult to distinguish between cats who are fighting and cats who are playing, as they often look similar. In today’s post, we will discuss som…Read More

  5. 5 Tips for Keeping Your Cat Happy and Healthy

    When you adopt a pet, it becomes a member of the family, and you want your new furry friend to be as happy and healthy as possible. That being said, different animals have different needs. If you recently adopted a cat or kitten, you may be curious about what you can do to ensure that your feline has the best possible life. Luckily, in today’s post, we will provide you with a few tips you should…Read More

  6. Rhopes

    2001-2020 Feline - Tabby Male RIP Rhopes R-hopes “flippers” Pritchard (Our hopes) Sept 1 2001 - May 1 2020 Name meaning: “our hopes he survives the night”. That was 18.9 years ago. I was a young kid new to town when I rescued a newborn Rhopes. With feline pneumonia, A bad heart, a death sentence, a few days before 9/11. The sadness has really been hard to recover from. It’s the grief tha…Read More

  7. Artemis

    2008-2017 Feline - Bengal Male Artemis was always the heart of our household, and my shadow, he always followed me wherever I went and loved affection. He is deeply missed, and survived by his sister Selina. Rest In Peace Artemis, you always were my little angel.…Read More

  8. Socks Elizabeth

    3/15/09-2/20/13 Feline - Black & White Domestic Short Hair Female World's Greatest Feline. We miss you everyday Socksie and know you are always with us. We love you and know we will be together again when we will play hide and seek and have kitty catters. We miss you and love you more than words can say. Kimmy, Aaron and Roary Socks…Read More


    COVID-19 PANDEMIC:  We are still in operation helping sick pets using the safest protocol for all by limiting human contact as much as possible and are equipped with N95 Masks and gloves. Dogs are examined in an open space like a garage, backyard, side yard, courtyard or just outside your door. Hand us the dog on a leash and we will take it from there. If the dog is too large to move, we will com…Read More

  10. How to Avoid Heat Stroke in Pets

    August may be the beginning of the end of the summer season, but you can bet that the high temperatures aren’t planning on taking a vacation anytime soon. While some may use the heat as an excuse to stay inside, others choose to venture outside and bring their furry companions with them. There is nothing wrong with going on adventures with your pets, but if you’re planning on going out into th…Read More