This month serves as a reminder to all our medical family to watch for both natural and processed pet toxins, especially as we prepare for spring cleaning and as plants start to poke their way through the soil. Toxicities in animals can be scary and fatal if not caught early so we want you to be in the know about what could be harmful for your pet.… Read More
Topic: Pet Care
“Here is the scary reality of our profession: Despite our best efforts, 37 percent of dog owners and 58 percent of cat owners say their pets hate going to the veterinarian, according to the 2014 Bayer Veterinary Healthcare Usage Study.
In addition, 26 percent of dog owners and 38 percent of cat owners report that just thinking about going to the vet is stressful.… Read More
To all dog lovers! July has been a big month for our furry friends, including National Lost Pet Prevention Month and National Mutt Day!
There are so many wonderful mixed breed dogs out there looking for their forever homes. We should all be aware of how many of our country’s animals end up in shelters as well how to prevent it from happening to our pets at home.… Read More
Written by Dr. Erica Anderson. Originally published on the Capitol Hill Times blog
I want a dog, but live in an apartment. What breeds wouldn’t mind the small space?
You can have whatever dog you want! Really, any dog can live in an apartment as long as they are adequately exercised and mentally stimulated. Small dogs require less space to run and play, but their minds need exercise, otherwise you will have an underestimated and, often times, anxious family member on your hands.… Read More