Northeast Animal Shelter knows that owning a pet is like being a parent. There are always questions and concerns when caring for the newest member of the family.

To help you be the best pet parent possible, we have provided you with some useful information and tips.

But please remember, nothing replaces the medical knowledge and skills of your veterinarian. If your animal has been injured, is not eating, is vomiting or has diarrhea, CALL THE VET! Locally, if you have an emergency and your veterinarian is not available, we suggest contacting In Town Veterinary Group for an emergency care facility close to you.

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General Pet Tips

Spring Pet Tips

Summer Pet Tips

Winter Pet Tips

What to do About Ear Mites

All About Fleas

Pet Health Risks: Coccidia, Kennel Cough in Dogs, URI in Cats

Emotional Support Animals

Review & Compare Pet Health Insurance

Tips for Caring for Your Cat

Introducing Your New Cat

Making Your Home Safe for Your Cat

Outdoor Cat Facts

Litter Box Problems

Tips for Caring for Your Dog

Introducing Your New Dog

Establishing a Relationship with Your Dog

Tips for Housetraining

Tips for Crate Training

Training, Exercise and Behavior Problems