A Guide to Dog Fitness for Canine Fitness Month (aka Active Dog Month)

Just like humans, dogs need to get enough exercise and eat a healthy diet in order to avoid obesity and certain health conditions. Canine Fitness Month, also called Active Dog Month, is celebrated every April as a reminder to dog owners to check in on their dog’s weight and overall health. Your veterinarian can help […]

Your Trusted Guide To Veterinary Dentistry 

Your pet’s breath may not ever smell like roses. However, it’s important to note that foul breath may be more than just an unpleasant pet trait. Bad breath may be a symptom of a more complex oral or systemic health condition. To mitigate more severe health concerns, let’s take advantage of National Pet Health Awareness […]

Understanding Your Dog’s Risk for Canine Respiratory Illness 

In recent times, canine respiratory illness has become a growing issue in the United States, with cases now reported in 16 different states. This rise in incidents highlights the need for increased vigilance and protection against this illness. Keep reading to learn more about identifying this illness in your dog and the regions that are […]

Canine Respiratory Illness

Should you be concerned about respiratory illness in your dog? A mystery canine respiratory illness has been spreading across the nation with occurrences reported in Oregon, Colorado, Indiana, Illinois, Washington, Idaho, California, Nevada, and portions of the Northeast. The symptoms mimic those of kennel cough or canine infectious respiratory disease complex (CIRDC), as respiratory signs […]

Paws of Wisdom: How to Celebrate Your Senior Pet This November 

Since the day you brought your puppy or kitten home, their health, happiness, and quality of life have remained a leading priority to you. Now, as they embark into their golden years, adjusting their care to accommodate their new changes is a concern. Fortunately, we’re here to guide you. November is Senior Pet Month, and […]

What Pet Owners Should Know About Spaying and Neutering

Spaying or neutering your pet is important for establishing a long, happy, and healthy life. If you are preparing to spay or neuter your pet, or you want to know more about these procedures before scheduling your pet for surgery, continue reading. When to Schedule Spaying and Neutering Procedures Ideally, pets should be spayed or […]

Enhancing Your Pet’s Health: Why Vaccinations Are Important

Most pet owners know that puppies and kittens are required to have certain vaccinations at around the age of eight weeks old. However, many pet owners overlook the importance of continued preventative healthcare, foregoing their pets’ vaccinations and boosters.  National Pet Immunization Awareness Month is here, so now is the time to get familiar with […]

Tips for Managing Anxiety in Your Pet

You and your pet share an irreplaceable bond–but in addition to providing unconditional love, your pet can also experience mental health conditions like anxiety. Anxiety in pets can result from a myriad of triggers, often leading to unusual behavior or undue stress. We care about your pet, and we’ve compiled some of our top strategies […]

Prep Your Pet for Summer

Even if you aren’t traveling this summer, you probably have a list of things you need to do to make sure you’re ready for the season–and the heat! In addition to AC maintenance, opening your pool for the season, and planning summer barbecues with friends, you need to remember your pet. Here are some important […]

Heartworm Disease Prevention for Your Animals

If you own a dog, your veterinarian has likely discussed the risks of heartworm disease and prevention options. However, did you know that dogs are not the only pet that you need to protect from these parasites? Learn more about how your other animals may be at risk and what you can do to protect […]