Monthly Archives: May 2018

What Vaccines Should I Get For My Dog?

What Vaccines Should I Get For My Dog?

When you bring home a lovable pooch, you are probably aware of the fact that you’ll need to provide food, shelter, toys, and plenty of love.  Most people also know that dogs will need to be spayed or neutered (if they’re not already), that they’ll need to visit the veterinarian for regular checkups, and that… Read more »

What Should I Do if My Dog is Vomiting?

What Should I Do if My Dog is Vomiting?

Most pet parents take their responsibilities very seriously when they adopt a cat or dog from their local animal shelter.  They understand that pets are totally reliant on their people for health and happiness, which is why they’re willing to purchase the best food and the safest toys, as well as spend plenty of time… Read more »

National Pet Week®: Seven days to a happier, healthier pet

National Pet Week®: Seven days to a happier, healthier pet

National Pet Week® is May 6-12, 2018. To celebrate, here are seven days to a happier, healthier pet (courtesy of petweek.org). Everyone loves their pets but not everyone is aware of what their pet needs from them to keep them happy and healthy long into their pet’s senior years. Leading veterinary experts in animal health, welfare, and behavior… Read more »

Helpful Tips for Disease Management in Cats

Helpful Tips for Disease Management in Cats

As with middle-aged and older people, a range of illnesses can occur as your cat ages. Being alert to changes in your cat’s behavior and habits and seeking veterinary care will help ensure early detection and timely treatment. Here are some of the common diseases affecting older cats and signs to watch for. CHRONIC KIDNEY… Read more »