Bad Dental Health Bites!
Did you know that February is National Pet Dental Health Month? There’s a reason the veterinary community devotes an entire month to pet dental health. Your pet’s teeth are directly… Read more
‘Tis the Season—to be Careful!
Tips for a Pet Safe Halloween When expecting visitors, put your dog or cat in a quiet place away from the door. This will help prevent them from getting worked… Read more
Preventing Fleas & Ticks as Summer Approaches
Contrary to popular opinion, parasites aren’t simply annoying. They can actually impact your pet’s health in significant ways. Fleas often trigger dermatitis, tapeworm and hot spots; one tick bite can… Read more
Boom, Bangs & Barks: What to do if your pet has noise anxiety
There are several strategies you can adopt to ensure your pet gets through the booms and bangs of thunderstorms happily and healthily, including: Putting your pet in a room and… Read more