What can we say about 2020? It’s been rough! But there have been some silver linings for many, too. Just think of some of the moments that matter most, and you will find some wonderful things to be grateful for. Like your best fur friend, for one. 

We are grateful for you, too, and are happy to know that you got much out of our 2020 pet blogs. It’s our aim to give you the information you need to give your pet an amazing life of health, vitality, happiness, and longevity. With this in mind, your friends at Evendale-Blue Ash Pet Hospital are pleased to announce our top 5 blog posts for 2020 as read by our pet loving audience.

Our Top 5 Blog Posts for 2020

#5 10 BOREDOM REDUCING INDOOR PET EXERCISES
If you are like the rest of the country, you have been stuck inside for the past month or two. While there is hope on the horizon for this pandemic to subside, we’re still indoors with our furry loved ones. Like us, our four-legged friends require daily exercise, mental enrichment, and interaction from their people. It not only encourages better health, it also helps reduce boredom that can result in destructive behaviors and stress…

#4 SAY WHAT? A LOOK AT WHY DOGS BARK
The magic of a barking dog may be lost on someone disrupted by an intense, or repetitive bark (which can range between 80-100 decibels). However, dogs bark for many reasons, some of which provide great insight into complex canine emotions…

#3 WHAT THE HECK? REVERSE SNEEZING IN PETS
If you have ever wondered what this noise is about, you’ve come to the right place. The team at Evendale-Blue Ash Pet Hospital is here to clear up the reasons behind the reverse sneeze and what they are all about…

#2 GOT A SMELLY DOG? SURE-FIRE WAYS TO REDUCE THE STINK
A super smelly dog that romps around spreading a truly unique odor may rattle human nerves, but it’s not entirely their fault. What’s more, there are techniques to reduce or eliminate canine odors…

#1 FELINE BODY LANGUAGE: WHAT YOUR CAT’S TAIL IS TRYING TO TELL YOU
There are many ways that domestic felines choose to communicate. They have slow eye blinks that say “I love you” and head bumps to say “I’m Yours”. They also chirp at prey, twitch their whiskers, and puff up their fur coats to appear larger to potential threats. But at the forefront of feline body language, the tail is particularly skilled at signaling a cat’s likes, dislikes and deepest desires…

Excellent Pet Health in 2021

We hope you have enjoyed reviewing our top 5  blog posts for 2020. Now that we look to the start of a great new year, we want to remind our pet families that we are always here for your pets’ best life. 

Through our informative pet blogs, we hope you have gleaned so much about your pet’s overall well-being, with tips to provide great at home care. If you would like to start your pet off on the right paw by setting up their annual wellness checkup, please call us. Happy New Year!