Category Archives: General Health

New Years Resolution, include your pet!!!

It is that time of year again…. When we look at what we can do to make 2018 better than last year. We challenge you to look toward your pets for a possible new years resolution.  Check out this post from ASPCA blog to see if you can add any of these to you list!!! … Continue reading »

Does your pet have the CHIP?

We recommend all pets be microchipped for permanent identification. A microchip, a little larger than a grain of rice, is injected under the skin over the shoulders.  It is a form of identification that can’t be lost like a collar tag.  The number can be read by a scanner that most shelters and vet clinics … Continue reading »

Forgo Forgetting Fido in the Ford!

Leaving pets in the car is something that is hot news now. And the science is something we are all familiar with.  We all have been subjected to, our parents or a friend leaving us to sit in a car while they just run in and finish a quick errand. This is really true to … Continue reading »

February – Dental Health

Bad breath and yellow teeth are just some of the outward signs of what could be a bigger problem. Yes, February is pet dental health month! But dental health is often a sign of other health issues. It can affect their kidneys, liver or heart!  American Veterinary Dental Society states that 80% of dogs and … Continue reading »

Make sure your pet stays safe during the holiday!!!

Click on the link to see a graphic of 7 holiday pet hazards!!!  Do you know how to keep your pet safe during the holidays? Are there any of these that surprise you?  (Source. 7holidaypetdonts