When It’s Too Hot Outside For Your Dog

2021-06-14T15:12:49-04:00

Summer Temperatures On The Rise. As temperatures increase, we urge pet parents to be aware of the effects on their pet(s). This summer please ensure your pets are not left out in the heat and have multiple sources of water available. Remember, DO NOT attempt to cool your pet

When It’s Too Hot Outside For Your Dog2021-06-14T15:12:49-04:00

Summer Stress Colitis and Stressful Events

2021-06-14T14:49:53-04:00

Summer activities are beginning to ramp up, we urge you to ensure your pet is prepared to handle the stresses that the festivities will induce on their little systems. Whether it be travel or a house full of guests, prevent a trip to the vet for stress colitis and diarrhea that accompanies it.

Summer Stress Colitis and Stressful Events2021-06-14T14:49:53-04:00

Flea/Tick and Heartworm Preventatives: Topical vs. Oral 

2021-06-02T11:54:57-04:00

Since a single female flea can produce up to 2,000 eggs in her three-week lifespan, a dog can become quickly infested. Tick bites are even more dangerous. A single tick bite can transmit Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, tularemia, ehrlichiosis, and other diseases. Signs and symptoms of tick-borne

Flea/Tick and Heartworm Preventatives: Topical vs. Oral 2021-06-02T11:54:57-04:00

Dangers of Buying Vaccines and Preventatives Online or at Local Feed Stores

2021-06-14T14:32:56-04:00

In a society of searching for the best bargain, the internet has made it possible for pet owners to find non-regulated sources of important vaccines and preventatives for cheaper prices. The problem with that is there is no way to know how the product was handled until it reached you for administration. Vaccines

Dangers of Buying Vaccines and Preventatives Online or at Local Feed Stores2021-06-14T14:32:56-04:00

How Many Treats Are Too Many Treats?

2020-08-23T22:34:09-04:00

Treats and additional food items should not exceed 10% of the daily caloric intake for your dog. he majority (90% or greater) of the calories should come from a “complete and balanced food” (i.e. a dog’s maintenance or therapeutic commercial diet OR a home-cooked diet that is formulated by

How Many Treats Are Too Many Treats?2020-08-23T22:34:09-04:00

Pet Pancreatitis: A Common Diagnosis

2019-10-01T17:42:36-04:00

Pancreatitis is a common diagnosis among our patients and is a painful, damaging disease. The pancreas assists in the digestive process by producing various enzymes that begin breaking food down. The most common cause in pets is the ingestion of food that contains higher than normal levels of fat or acids.

Pet Pancreatitis: A Common Diagnosis2019-10-01T17:42:36-04:00
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