Who could resist that smile? Not us! That's why Maggie is our Pet Pic of the Day. She is a 9-year-old Standard Poodle. She is extremely sweet and has a happy tail when she see us.
Midnight stays svelte for his close-up - he is not a fan of our cheese treats!
It’s no surprise that environmental consultant Ali Baird loves hiking with dogs — she met her husband Nathan in 1995 when he was hiking with his Rottweiler. Since then, she’s been hiking throughout the mountains of California and Colorado with canine companions and loving every minute of it.
Isabella is an 11 month-old puppy. She had a fractured leg early on and it has not slowed her down one bit! She is a bundle of joy. Isabella sees both Dr. Earley and Dr. Duncan.
Feline Vomiting and Diarrhea – IBD
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Comments from specialists:
- We do not believe it is ‘normal’ for cats to vomit hairballs, but feel it is symptomatic of gastrointestinal disease, especially IBD and its various presentations.
- Cats are built to eat a lot of hair from self-grooming, grooming other cat friends and eating small, furry rodents.
- I might accept vomiting one or two hair balls a year as possibly normal. However, it is more likely the cat is vomiting for some other reason and ...
Introducing Rocco and his famous dance –
the Rocco Dance! He danced for Dr. Duncan and cookies!
Tanner loves everyone at AHNA! He always smiles when he sees us.