Senior pets have a special place in our hearts, and they’ve earned it! Our furry family members age at a faster rate than we do, and it’s important to keep an eye on the changes that happen as they age. To ensure that your pet has the longest and most comfortable life possible, we strongly … Read moreGreat Care for the Golden Years
Dental care for your pets is vital to their general health care needs—just like for us humans. In fact, periodontal disease is one of the most common health conditions that affect our pets. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) estimates that by the time most pets are just three years old, they’re showing signs of … Read moreThe Whole Tooth About Pet Dental Care
You’ve heard the phrase, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” right? Well, even though our wonderful patients certainly aren’t broken, we absolutely recommend that they be fixed—by which we mean spayed or neutered. Here are a few good reasons why: If you have any questions about spaying or neutering your pet or would like … Read moreFive Solid Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet
Vaccinating puppies and kittens is essential to protect their fragile immune systems from a number of potentially deadly diseases, ensuring their healthy growth and long-term well-being. But vaccinations do more than just protect your pet, they also prevent the spread of contagious illnesses to other animals and, in some cases, to humans. But it’s not … Read moreHere’s Why It’s Great to Vaccinate!
Our pets are naturally curious, and any pet owner knows they can excel at getting into things they shouldn’t! Most dog owners know that chocolate means trouble for pups, and cat owners are likely already aware of the dangers of lilies—but there are more hazards lurking in your house than you might think. Here’s a … Read moreBig Trouble for Small Creatures—Common Household Toxins You Need to Know About