To our valued clients, As of Monday March 23/2020, we will be making significant changes in our operations to do our part in flattening the curve of the spread of COVID-19; and protecting our staff, their families, and our clients. In taking these measures we hope to continue to provide essential veterinary care to all [...]
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Choosing a new pet to bring into the family is very exciting. This article will focus on dogs and cats but there are other exotic pets to choose from. It is important to think realistically about what type of pet best suits you. If you are looking for a purebred dog or cat make sure [...]
We love our cats and dogs. It’s safe to say our world is better with a faithful pet in it. But my goodness, they will chow down on just about anything and everything. Unfortunately most cannot read the labels on our foods, household products and plants. I say most because I knew a Standard Poodle [...]
As your pet ages it becomes more important to consider having regular physicals, bloodwork and urine analysis performed to check their general health status. A dog over 7 years old and a cat over 8 years old is considered a senior. It is recommended that older animals have a physical exam, bloodwork and urine analysis [...]
Arthritis is a common issue in aging dogs and cats. It can be the result of an inherited joint abnormality, a previous injury or just wear and tear over the pet’s lifetime. Signs that your pet may be suffering from osteoarthritis include: limping, stiffness while walking, difficulty getting up or laying down and reluctance to [...]
Who is a Senior Pet? A senior dog is over the age of 7 and a senior cat is over the age of 8. Congratulations our 2016 Senior Dog Winner Riley - Submitted by Rob F. Congratulation to 2016 Senior Cat Winner Lucy - Submitted by Jen W. Thanks to everyone who sent in photos [...]