Spot the Pet Poisons in Your Home

Spot the Pet Poisons in Your Home

Download the Preventing Pet Poisoning Infographic courtesy of the Pet Poison Helpline website. As spring approaches, flowers are blooming and spring cleaning begins! This can be a dangerous time for our curious pets. Many plants and flowers (such as the bulbs of...
February is Pet Dental Health Month

February is Pet Dental Health Month

Save 20% on your pet’s dental cleaning procedure in February! Periodontal disease in pets is the most common health problem veterinarians see.  70% of pets suffer from dental disease and gingivitis by the age of 3. Untreated oral disease can be dangerous to a pet’s...
Holiday Considerations For Your Pet

Holiday Considerations For Your Pet

Help your pets through their holiday stress As our year’s end is approaching, it is a time to reflect on the many fortunes we have – the family, friends, and even our pets that bring so much love into our homes. This is a time for much joy as we prepare for...
November is Pet Diabetes Month

November is Pet Diabetes Month

Is your cat or dog at risk for diabetes? Is your cat or dog at risk? Many pet owners don’t realize diabetes can affect pets too. Common signs of diabetes in a dog or cat include excessive thirst, frequent urination, increased appetite, weight loss, and lethargy....
September 28th is Rabies Awareness Day!

September 28th is Rabies Awareness Day!

Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus that attacks the nervous system. The virus is secreted in saliva and is typically transmitted to animals and humans by a bite from an infected animal. In some cases, though less commonly, rabies can be transmitted if saliva...

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

Preventative care through regular visits to your veterinarian can make a difference in helping to protect your pet from many diseases. Vaccines play a critical role in helping dogs and cats avoid many serious or potentially deadly infections. Vaccines work by helping...