Ticks, Fleas and your pet
Flea and tick bites can negatively impact your pet’s health, and prevention is important to keep your four-legged friend happy and healthy. Our team knows that these small parasites can be a huge problem, and we offer information about why your pet needs protection and the knowledge you need to choose the best product for your companion.
8 Advantages to In-House Veterinary Diagnostics
Many practices aren’t equipped with in-house veterinary diagnostics, so must send blood work to outside laboratories and refer patients to other practices for further screening tests. Our team is proud to offer in-house veterinary diagnostics, and we explain why this technology helps us better care for your pet.
Interspecies Communication Tips From the Trenches
As Fear Free veterinary professionals and pet owners ourselves, we spend a good portion of our day interpreting and responding to pet body language.
Keeping Pets Healthy: Dental Care and Disease Prevention
Nobody wants to walk around with a toothache—in fact, you’d probably be quick to visit your dentist if you were suffering from oral pain.
Put Pet Cold Weather Myths in the Deep-Freeze
Pets’ reactions to cold weather vary widely. Some pets love cold weather and are eager to get outside to romp and play in the fluffy, white snow.
Brachycephalic (i.e., flat-faced) pets, such as French bulldogs and pugs, have become increasingly popular, largely because of their adorable, squishy faces. If you have a brachycephalic pet or are considering one, read our team’s guide to these unique pets.
5 Meaningful Holiday Pet Gifts
Remember, the best gift you can give your pet is your presence. To strengthen your pet-owner bond this holiday season, peruse our team’s list of five meaningful gifts.
Best Practices for Caring for Your Specially Abled Pet
Pets are living longer, and many older pets develop conditions that interfere with their daily activities. In addition, some pets are born with a disability. Caring for a specially abled pet can be rewarding, but involves special attention.
Why Vaccinate My Pet?
Vaccination is the most effective method to prevent several dangerous infectious diseases, but your pet will not be protected if you don’t keep their vaccinations up to date.
Don’t Weight—5 Pet Weight-Loss Tips
According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, nearly 60% of U.S. pets are overweight or obese. Those extra pounds predispose your pet to diseases such as osteoarthritis, cancer, and other adverse health conditions.
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