Check out our video for tips on preparing for your pet’s care costs – from food, exercise, grooming and boarding to veterinary care! Let’s work together to give your pet the happiest, healthiest life possible!
This video highlights the importance of separating fact from fiction when researching pet-health topics online. It closes with a reminder that your team is available to verify information that clients find online.
Thinking of adopting a new four-legged family member? The single most helpful thing you can do is think of this time as a gradual, deliberate process– not a one-time event. Get more info and tips in our video.
Tips for preventing access, establishing routines for adding new potential hazards to your home, and teaching your dog commands that will keep him or her safe — get all our tips to keep your pet safe from household hazards.
One of the trickiest things about being a good pet parent is knowing when your furry friend needs medical care. Sometimes it’s obvious, but other times there’s a problem, and you don’t even realize it. Wellness testing helps ensure that medical issues are discovered and corrected as soon as possible.
Parasite prevention should be used year-round! Fleas, ticks, and mosquitos don’t go away when the temperature drops. They are simply waiting for a warmer day to emerge and that waiting usually happens within your home! Be prepared with year-round preventatives.
Hot summer days with your pet can be a lot of fun, but our four-legged friends can be put in some pretty unpleasant and even dangerous situations if we’re not careful. Here are some things to keep in mind:
This drug commercial parody highlights a scenario where a dog is suffering from arthritis, but it’s family thinks it’s just “old age”. It closes with a call to action encouraging clients to schedule an appointment at your practice to determine if their pet has arthritis..
When your dog scoots across the floor they aren’t trying to get a laugh – it could mean that their anal glands are unable to be expressed or are infected. Next time you see the scoot, be sure to contact us.
Mosquitos, fleas, ticks and some common intestinal worms can cause disease and heartworms in pets. We are here to help. Make sure to ask about the best preventive measures for your pet during your next visit!
The key to stress-free nail trims is to proceed at a pace your dog is comfortable with. When cutting a nail, take your time. It’s okay to make multiple small cuts instead of one large one – heck, you can even make those cuts over multiple days if your pet prefers going at a slower pace.
Too many dogs die from avoidable drowning or dry drowning accidents in their own backyard. Pet owners can use products like pool covers, perimeter fences, puppy bumpers, pool doggy ramps, and water surface alarms to help keep pets safe.
Cats can get parasites from rodents, insects, even your dog can bring them in! The fact is, no matter where your cat spends most of their time, it’s important to continually protect them and have fecal screenings every 6-12 months. We would love to give you our parasite prevention recommendations at your next visit!
Heartworms can affect cats too! Open doors and torn window screens are an open invitation for heartworm-carrying mosquitoes. Be sure to use the proper recommended preventatives year-round to extend your cats life!
Many pet parents have tried to disprove the importance of anesthesia during dental procedures. This myth is debunked by explaining the benefit of more in depth cleanings and less pain for your pet by using anesthesia.
How would you rate your pet’s dental health? Dogs and cats whose teeth aren’t brushed daily are more susceptible to periodontal disease, but even a pet with spotless teeth can have this disease beneath the gum line.
You’re an amazing pet parent who understands the importance of pet dental care. That’s why we thought it was important to help you out and show you the ropes when it comes to at-home toothbrushing. Still have questions or need a more in-depth demonstration? Book an appointment today!