Our clinics recently started offering BRAVECTO®, a flea and tick preventative that comes as a flavored chewable for dogs and as a topical for cats. Why is BRAVECTO convenient? BRAVECTO offers a full 12 weeks of protection while other preventive provide protection for only one month. It is a great way to have peace of mind and not have to worry about pesky parasites for three months.
Pet Poison Prevention Week, every 3rd week in March, is a week dedicated to help make the public more aware to common household toxins, how to avoid them and what to do if you suspect your pet has ingested one of these items.
Avoiding infection of heartworms, intestinal parasites, fleas and ticks in your beloved dog and cat is essential for the pets’ health. This can easily be prevented in both dogs and cats with monthly medications purchased from your veterinarian. There are various preventatives on the market these days and each medication is slightly different in which parasites they protect against and the mode of how they work.
We all know that taking your dog for a daily walk is beneficial to your pet, but it can also be beneficial for your health too! Here are five great reasons why.
The New Year is not only a great time to reset and put yourself first again, but also making the resolution to make our pet’s health a priority. Here are a few things you can do to start putting your pet’s health on the top of your New Year’s resolution list.
As our pets get older we need to modify how we take care of them at home as well as at the veterinary office. Making small changes to a senior pets’ lifestyle can make them happier, healthier and potentially increase their lifespan.
Beyond the holiday celebrations, cozy fireplaces and bundled up winter clothing for us humans, winter may mean other things for our pets. Specifically, during the cold winter months there are a few things pet owners should be aware of that may affect your pet’s health and well-being. Here are a few tips to ensure your pet is in optimal health during the winter season!
We 100% understand that pets are a member of the family, but what many pet owners may believe to be a heartfelt gesture to “treat” their pet on this food-filled day could potentially lead to an emergency vet visit. Here are a few tips to keep your pet (and your family) safe during the upcoming festivities and holiday fun.
Fall is officially here and although it means pumpkins, colorful fall leaves and holiday festivities for many of us, for our pets it can mean extra shedding and unwanted fleas and ticks. Here are five tips to keep your pet as healthy and as happy as possible this autumn.
Many people love the look of those wrinkled, squish-faced brachycephalic breeds such as English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, and Pugs. The short face, the wrinkles, and the snoring are all things that lure people to these special breeds. But what some people don’t realize is that the special look of these breeds can lead to significant medical issues often requiring more veterinary visits throughout their lifetime and even specialized surgeries.