When clients bring in their pets for vaccines they often ask why it is necessary to do an exam. Each pet should have a physical exam at least once per year. Senior pets or patients with chronic health conditions may need more frequent exams. A lot can change in a year, especially since pets age much faster than humans. (more…)
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National Dog Bite Prevention Week® takes place during the week of May 15-21, 2016. The event was created by the American Veterinary Medical Association. It focuses on educating people about preventing dog bites. The AVMA website has many helpful articles relating to education and prevention. We have provided links to them below. (more…)
70 million nice dogs…but any dog can bite. (more…)
You may have heard rumors that we are building a new veterinary hospital. We are excited to finally report that the rumors are true! (more…)
Christmas time is here again. It can be a wonderful and joyous time of year, but can also be quite hectic. Don’t let the safety of your pets get overlooked with the hustle & bustle of the season. Here are a few common things during the holidays that can be harmful to your pets.
Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday. It can be full of friends and family, fun times, and the wonderful aromas of food floating through the air enticing you…. and your dog. There are a few things during the holiday that your pet needs to avoid in order to stay healthy and stay out of trouble.