Animal Hospital of North Asheville is delighted to welcome three caring and compassionate animal lovers to our team. Please join with us and welcome, Lisa, Katie and Katherine!
As we get closer to the busy holiday travel season, it’s time to think about whether your pet is going to join you on your journey. We’ve addressed car travel here. Air travel can require more preparation, especially if you’re traveling to another country. As you will see below, traveling with your pet to another country may require many months of paperwork, vaccinating, tests and possibly even quarantine.
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Woof! I Can't Stop Barking!
Tuesday, November 10th at 7:00pm in the AHNA Education Room. Presented by Jenny White, CPDT-KA of Dog-Ed
This article was originally posted on the AAHA website.
A visit to the veterinarian can be stressful for pets. Unfamiliar smells and sounds, unfamiliar hands poking and prodding you with strange objects, and other animals possibly experiencing pain or fear surrounding you—all tend to make pets feel uncomfortable or fearful.
Earlier this month we celebrated National Veterinary Technician Week!
We firmly believe that our Patient Care Team is the very best. They are compassionate, caring, and dedicated with the best training and exceptional skills. We honor and thank our team who have dedicated their lives to helping animals and their families.
Enjoy this video and remember to show your love to our Patient Care Team!
Mushroom poisoning in pets may be underestimated. Mushroom species can be difficult to nearly impossible for even mushroom experts (called mycologists) to identify. That difficulty is compounded by the fact that little is known about the potential toxicity of many species. Mushrooms reported as edible in Europe have been associated with toxicity cases in North America and vice versa. Mushroom toxicity reportedly can vary depending on habitat and/or what other plants or trees are growing nearby. And many mushrooms can contain more than one poisonous substance.
Stop in for Pet Trick or Treating on Wednesday, October 28th at Animal Hospital of North Asheville from 6-7pm!
Our Education Room will be decorated for Halloween along with a seasonal photo backdrop display where we can take a special picture of your pet (and you, if you wish). Of course, there will be treats for people and pets (our pet treats are healthy and low calorie).