Obesity has become as serious of a problem in our pets as it is in the human population. Most pet owners don’t even realize their pets are overweight.
August 22nd is Take Your Cat To The Vet Day. The purpose of this day is to remind cat owners of the importance of preventative care and to encourage them to schedule an appointment with their veterinarian.
Today, more and more pet owners are choosing in-home veterinary. These services can provide both you and your pet with a number of benefits that you won’t get with a traditional veterinary hospital or clinic. Animals benefit from in-home care because these visits reduce or eliminate much of the fear and anxiety that is often associated…
Canine Distemper is a serious contagious disease that is caused by a virus and attacks the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and nervous systems of puppies and adult dogs.
Blood Testing Provides Information that Saves and Extends Pet Lives More often than not, veterinary teams get asked the questions, “Does my pet really need bloodwork? Is it really necessary? He/She seems perfectly healthy.” But, as we are all aware, our beloved pets are not capable of telling us they don’t feel well or that something…
Responsible Dog Ownership, Pet Memorial Day, Special Offers, and More!
The Physical Exam: Are you getting what you pay for?
Find out why routine fecal analysis is important to your pets, and your family’s, health.
When evaluating quality of life, personalized patient and client information is needed to reach an educated, informed, and supported choice that fits not only the pet’s medical condition but also the family’s wishes. In short, quality of life applies not only to the pet; it also applies to the family.
Our August 2016 Newsletter is here! This month: Importance of vaccinations, August specials, Upcoming dates/events, and Back to School!
So, you are thinking about getting a potbellied (or “Mini”) pig? Make sure you read through this information before making your final decision