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Summer Plants that are Poisonous to Dogs   

2018-07-09T17:17:49+00:00

The sun is shining. The wind is rustling your dog’s fur. So, you place a leash around your dog’s neck and take Spot or Lassie for a walk around the park. Your dog even wants to stop and smell the roses, literally. There’s no harm in that. Except, when Spot or Lassie ingests plants that

Summer Plants that are Poisonous to Dogs   2018-07-09T17:17:49+00:00

Signs Your Pet May Have Glaucoma or Cataracts

2018-07-02T14:03:08+00:00

As you age, you begin to experience the obligatory aches and pains. Your body is unable to move in the same way it once did. These whole-body changes include changes in your eyes. Two common eye conditions include glaucoma and cataracts. These same eye conditions can occur in your pet. Therefore, it’s important for your

Signs Your Pet May Have Glaucoma or Cataracts2018-07-02T14:03:08+00:00

4 Reasons You Should Talk to Your Vet About Pet Acupuncture

2018-06-25T14:56:42+00:00

Acupuncture has been around for centuries, at least in China. In the Western world, acupuncture is considered a newer, alternative form of treatment. Some insurance companies have realized the many benefits of the treatment and even cover the costs of acupuncture for human patients.   What to Expect from Pet Acupuncture An expert trained in

4 Reasons You Should Talk to Your Vet About Pet Acupuncture2018-06-25T14:56:42+00:00

Guide to Pet Vaccine Schedules

2018-06-18T16:14:38+00:00

For most pet owners, pets are like family. They are loyal companions, and we want them to live vibrant and playful lives. We spend a lot of time walking, feeding and playing with our pets to ensure they stay healthy and happy. In addition to these responsibilities, pet owners need to look out for their

Guide to Pet Vaccine Schedules2018-06-18T16:14:38+00:00

How Vets Use Pulse Oximetry to Keep Pets Safe During Surgery

2018-06-11T23:57:42+00:00

Your pet is about to undergo surgery. You are likely to be worried and confused, especially as the vet bandies about medical jargon unfamiliar to your lexicon. You find yourself looking up words on the Internet dictionary or Web MD or jotting down unknown terms, so you can ask the vet follow-up questions later. Note-taking

How Vets Use Pulse Oximetry to Keep Pets Safe During Surgery2018-06-11T23:57:42+00:00

5 Signs Your Pet Needs Professional Dental Treatment

2018-06-03T00:07:19+00:00

You love your pets and want to take care of them. You feed them, walk them, show them affection and look out for them. It’s just as important to take your dog or cat’s dental health seriously. Pet dental issues can cause animals pain and discomfort. If they are left untreated, the complications can lead

5 Signs Your Pet Needs Professional Dental Treatment2018-06-03T00:07:19+00:00

Surgical Monitoring: How Vets Keep Your Pets Safe During Surgery

2018-05-29T22:47:41+00:00

A major concern among pet owners whose pets go into surgery is ensuring they are kept safe during the procedure, especially when it comes to the potential risks associated with anesthesia. Even the most minor surgery can seem like a frightening experience if you don’t have a full understanding of what’s going to happen once

Surgical Monitoring: How Vets Keep Your Pets Safe During Surgery2018-05-29T22:47:41+00:00

What to Expect During Your Pet’s Ultrasound

2018-05-20T17:15:21+00:00

If your vet orders an ultrasound for your pet, there is no need to panic or sound the alarm. The pet ultrasound is a routine procedure that can offer clarity for your pet’s medical condition. Your vet can walk you through all the necessary steps, so you feel confident about what to expect from the

What to Expect During Your Pet’s Ultrasound2018-05-20T17:15:21+00:00

Second Opinions: When You Should Ask Your Vet for a Referral

2018-05-10T22:29:31+00:00

When your pet is sick or injured, no doubt your first step is to call your local veterinarian.  Most likely, they know your animal pretty well, especially if you have an established relationship.  And not only does the vet know your pet, but they know hundreds of other animals and have all the medical experience

Second Opinions: When You Should Ask Your Vet for a Referral2018-05-10T22:29:31+00:00

Why Young Puppies are at Risk for Heart Disease

2018-05-03T23:40:54+00:00

When you think of heart disease, you probably picture a middle-aged man-- not a frisky little puppy.  The reality is that heart disease, including congestive heart failure, is not only found in humans but can strike other animals as well.  Though you might associate congestive heart failure with being overweight and sedentary--and that is not

Why Young Puppies are at Risk for Heart Disease2018-05-03T23:40:54+00:00
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