Your Pet’s Best Shot

Vaccinations have become a hot topic—especially with all the new pet adoptions during the pandemic. But when it comes to your pets, vaccinations don’t need to be controversial or complicated. As veterinarians, we know that vaccinating your pets is one of the best, most inexpensive ways to protect their health.…

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Bad Dental Health Bites!

Did you know that, by age three, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show some evidence of periodontal disease? And that’s no laughing matter. Over time, tooth decay, gingivitis, and plaque and tartar build-up can lead to heart, liver, and kidney problems, drastically impacting your best friend’s longevity and…

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Your Pet’s New Year’s Resolution: Lighten Up!

If your pet has been looking a little too well-fed lately, they’re not alone: The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention reports that over half the dogs and cats in the U.S. are significantly overweight. Just like people, these animals are more likely to develop diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease…

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A Few Tricks to Give Your Pets a Happy Howl-o-ween

No doubt about it—Halloween is going to look a little different this year, even with everyone (and their gussied-up pugs) wearing masks! Parties will likely be a lot smaller than in the past if they happen at all, and several communities are opting out of door-to-door trick or treating in…

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On Their Own Again

If you’re headed back to work after staying home to help flatten the COVID-19 curve and you’re worried about your dog adjusting to being without you, you’re not alone. It’s understandable that, as a pet parent, you’d be concerned about how your best friend will handle the increased alone time.…

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Your New Pet’s First Steps are Big Ones.

Do you have a new puppy or kitten? Congratulations! A new furry friend is always cause for celebration, and we can help your new furry family member start off on the right paw. Here are a few tips to help ensure your little one has a fantastic first year: Vaccinations…

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Bark, Bang, Boom! Keeping Your Pet Comfortable This Summer

The coronavirus crisis has changed our lives in countless ways, and there’s no denying that summer 2020 will look very different from past summers. In particular, the pandemic will change how we celebrate the July 4th holiday. With most large community fireworks displays canceled, it’s very likely that smaller, neighborhood…

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An Update to Our COVID-19 Protocols

We’re excited that we’re now able to offer our full menu of wellness services once again! That said, to protect you, your pets, and our staff, we’re still operating on a curbside model. We’re also following meticulous cleaning protocols and social distancing guidelines to maximize safety and minimize person-to-person contact.…

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My Cat is Sneezing. Is it Coronavirus?

Short answer: Probably not. The transmission of the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, is primarily from person to person. That said, two domestic felines and several big cats at a zoo in New York have tested positive for the virus, and it is believed they were infected by their…

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Parasites Suck at Social Distancing.

Pests like fleas, ticks, and intestinal worms don’t care at all that a pandemic is ravaging the planet. And contrary to popular opinion, parasites aren’t just annoying. They can actually cause deadly illness in your pets and even harm human members of your family, too. It’s crucial that while we’re…

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