Common Pet Emergencies

Owning a pet is a commitment. It’s easy to misunderstand the most common pet emergencies, and unfortunately, many don’t call for help until it’s too late. Here is a list of the most common emergencies that require a veterinarian’s attention so you understand when it’s vital to seek help keep your pet healthy for a […]

Spring Parasite Prevention Tips for Pets

Spring Time Parasite Prevention Tips for your Pet

Most would agree that spring is a wonderful time; flowers begin to bloom and the grass turns green and starts to grow. Temperatures warm up and everyone is anxious to be outside. Unfortunately, along with spring comes an incline in tick exposure for both you and your pets. Ticks own their own are typically a […]

How to Treat Constipation in Dogs

Constipation is an extremely painful and sometimes debilitating condition that can affect virtually any living creature, including us and our precious pets. Bowel movements are a normal part of the digestive process, enabling the body to get rid of waste from the food that is eaten and unused. There is no standard number of bowel […]

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Common Worms and Parasites: Identifying Worms and Symptoms

The threat of intestinal parasites is a reality for you and your pets. All pets are susceptible to parasites, whether inside or outside, young or old, sick or healthy. Disease caused by parasites will range from minor signs like stomach upset to severe cases of death. There are many different types of parasites that affect […]

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Tips For A Safe New Years and Holiday For Your Pets

Humans enjoy all the festivities that come with celebrating the holidays.  Unfortunately for our pets, these celebrations usually result in increased numbers of guests, dangerous decorations, loud noises, and a general unfamiliar commotion. All of these changes can result in a lost, frightened or even sick pet.  Here are some tips on how to enjoy […]

Heartworm 101 for Dogs and Cats

It’s common for people to think heartworm disease is a condition that affects dogs only, but many other types of animals can suffer from it or act as carriers. Heartworms have been known to infect cats, dogs, wolves, ferrets, coyotes, sea lions, and in some rare cases, even humans.  The adult foot-long worms colonize the […]

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