We have two fantastic free behavior help sessions for you in April. These sessions are free of charge and no registration is required.
A clever idea from one of our clients - wall-mounted cat perches!
We are continually amazed at what our clients do to enrich the lives of their pets!
A Client’s View:
My Golden Retriever, Beau, who is 12 years old, has always had ear issues. Even when he was a little puppy and we lived in New Orleans, we seemed to always be treating him for one ear malady or another. So when I noticed him scratching his ear more than usual and even rubbing his ear against the carpet, I wasn’t surprised. However, I was surprised when I inspected his ear. It was huge!
What's better than 1 Yorkie puppy? 3 Yorkie puppies! Everyone at Animal Hospital of North Asheville found Izzaboo, Charlie, and Meeko completely irresistible.
We are very excited to announce that Animal Hospital of North Asheville was selected Practice of the Year, a national award sponsored by Petplan. We are especially honored to be selected by such a prestigious group of judges, Michael Cavanaugh, DVM, DABVP, CEO of American Animal Hospital Association, Karen Felsted, DVM, CPA, CVPM, MS, CEO of National Commission on Veterinary Economic Issues and Amy Hoyumpa Vogt, DVM 2013-2014 President of American Board of Veterinary Practitioners.
I recently decided to sign up my senior dog, Pepper, for the Silver Muzzles class. I have always been a big fan of enrichment for animals of all ages, and this class, offered by Jenny White, CPDT-KA (certified trainer and owner of Dog-Ed) at the Animal Hospital of North Asheville, was promoting mental and physical enrichment for senior dogs. The class planned to include scent games, trick training, puzzle toys, low level obstacles, and bodywork to help keep a senior dog’s mind and body active and happy.