• What is Heartworm Disease?

    Heartworm disease is a potentially fatal disease found in the United States and many other parts of the world. It most commonly affects dogs, cats, and ferrets but may also infect other wildlife such as wolves, coyotes, foxes, and even sea lions. This disease, transmitted by mosquitoes, is caused by parasites called heartworms that live […]

  • February is National Dental Health Month!

    Did you know that periodontal disease is both one of the most commonly diagnosed and most commonly untreated disease in dogs and cats? It is caused by the buildup of bacteria in the mouth that then develops into calculus (tarter). Eventually, more plaque will buildup over the calculus and the pH level of the mouth […]

  • Winter Pet Safety

    With the hustle and bustle of the winter months, there are many hidden toxin exposures that the holiday season brings about! Please keep your pets safe during the winter and holiday seasons by reviewing these helpful tips here .

  • Fall Pet Safety

    Every season brings potential toxic exposures for our pets, read the list of fall poisons here . Please be aware that some pets may be scared during the Halloween festivities. Make sure if you have an anxious pet that they are safely secured within your home during “Trick-or-Treating.” Also, be sure to keep the candy […]

  • Summer Safety

    Temperatures rise quickly and can cause heatstroke and death in minutes, so please never leave your pet alone in the car. Learn all about the dangers of hot vehicles here . Fireworks and thunderstorms can cause severe anxiety for some pets. Please ask us how we can help ease and manage your pet’s fears during […]

  • Spring Pet Safety

    Spring Safety: Flowers are in full bloom! Don’t forget, lilies are poisonous to cats! Please watch this educational video to learn more! Ticks and Heartworm Disease are of major concern , please keep your pets protected using Frontline Plus, Heartgard Plus, NexGard, Vectra 3D, and Sentinel throughout the tick and mosquito season.