• Winter Holiday Safety:

    By: Kelsey, CVT 12/12/2018 Keep your holiday season merry and bright by keeping these holiday pet hazards in mind this season! Decorations: Tinsel is a fun decoration that can turn any tree into a festive one. But its shine and shimmer can also attract your cat to it, as it mimics many popular cat toys. […]

  • Thanksgiving Pet Safety

    Overindulging is part of the Thanksgiving tradition, but it may be hazardous to our pets. “Fatty foods are hard for animals to digest. Poultry bones can damage your pet’s digestive tract. And holiday sweets can contain ingredients that are poisonous to pets.” (AVMA). Read here to learn more about how to keep your pet safe […]

  • 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 .