Thanksgiving through New Year's Day can be a joyous time of the year, but our pets, just like us, can become overwhelmed and stressed. One of the best gifts we can give to our pets is a stress free holiday!
The season of gratitude, giving, and general merriment is fast approaching. And with that also comes the season of various yummies—turkey, ham, dressing, pies, other various sweet treats, etc. While some will view these solely as indulgences, others know that they are expressions of love and care, and it’s completely normal to want to extend those feelings to our pets. Showering our pets with these things can have serious consequences.
With families spending more time at home, the Pet Poison Helpline has seen an increase of pet poisonings. The toxins are a little bit different than what they normally. Learn about hidden dangers in your home that could cause medical concerns for your pets.
Are you considering Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery for your dog? In this post, we explain the procedure and what to expect as your pooch recovers.
This episode we talked with Dr. Amy Plankenhorn and learn about how Feline Medicine has evolved and how it is helping veterinarians to provide the best care for your feline friend.
Many of us want to protect our furry family member from any stress, fear or pain especially in new environments such as the veterinary hospital. As cat and dog parents, we feel that we can decrease their stress and make everything better. This is mostly true. Our pets do take comfort from us and we can reduce stress, fear and anxiety at a vet visit. Here are a few other things you can do to help your feline friends.
Halloween is so much fun, and it’s natural to want to try to involve your family pet in all the activity. It’s important to keep in mind, though, that not all Halloween activities are fun or safe for pets. A few simple precautions can keep your spooky celebrations enjoyable for everyone in the family, whether they are two footed or four footed.