My dog is coughing. Do I need to see the Vet?

Coughing is the body’s natural way of protecting the respiratory system by expelling unwanted material from the airways. Like humans, dogs cough to remove foreign objects, mucus, or debris from their airway so they can continue [...]

2023-01-18T18:50:31+00:00January 18th, 2023|

My dog vomited. Do I need to see the Vet?

Dog vomiting may happen for several reasons. It could be that your dog ate more than it could handle or ate too fast. Sometimes the cause could be more serious, which would require a visit to [...]

2023-01-19T18:57:00+00:00January 17th, 2023|

My dog is constipated. Do I need to see the Vet?

Constipation is uncommon in dogs. A constipated dog will have infrequent bowel movements, strains when trying to pass a stool, and is producing hard, dry stools. Sometimes dogs can pass mucus when attempting to defecate, scoot [...]

2023-01-19T18:58:49+00:00January 16th, 2023|

Brush Up On Your Pet’s Dental Health!

Imagine if you never brushed your teeth or had them cleaned. Pretty scary, right? As you can guess, things would eventually start to go very, very bad inside your mouth: teeth would decay, gums would become [...]

2023-01-20T16:16:24+00:00February 11th, 2022|

Hot Weather Hazards: Safety Tips for Pets

Did you know dogs and cats can suffer heatstroke? Sunburn? Read our safety tips below to keep your pet safe in the summer heat. THE GREAT OUTDOORS ISN’T ALWAYS GREAT: PAW PROTECTION: Be wary of walking [...]

2023-01-20T16:33:34+00:00February 18th, 2021|

Diabetes and Your Pet

It may be a shock to learn that your pet has diabetes mellitus. Fortunately, diabetes in dogs and cats can be managed successfully with daily, consistent care. This brochure will: describe what diabetes is; how your [...]

2023-01-20T16:44:01+00:00November 14th, 2020|