Senior Preventative CareOctober 15th, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
It is often said that “old age is not a disease”. With good preventative health care, your senior pet can continue to live a comfortable, healthy, and fun-filled life.
When is a dog or cat considered a senior?
According to the AHAA (2005), a pet is a senior when: “dogs …
Grain-Free Diets: A cause for concern?September 30th, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
The following information is not intended to cause alarm, but to keep our clients informed on current news in the veterinary industry that may concern the health of their pets.
In recent years, there have been concerns over a possible link between grain-free diets and a type of life-threatening …
Congratulations on Your New Kitten!September 14th, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
Are you welcoming a new kitten into your world and are wondering how to get them on the right track towards a healthy and happy life? In this post, we cover common questions regarding kitten nutrition to help you choose the right diet for your purry one.
How is cat …
The Ins and Outs of Dental DietsSeptember 14th, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
How is your pet’s oral health? Should you be feeding him/her dental food? What makes this food particularly different from a regular adult kibble? This blog post covers some common questions regarding dental diets.
What is periodontal disease?
Periodontal disease, also known as dental disease, is one of the most …
Congratulations On Your New Puppy!September 14th, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
A big part of keeping your pup healthy and living a long and healthy life is through proper nutrition, so choosing the best quality food is important. Not sure where to start? Are you looking for more information on puppy nutrition? We’re here to help by answering some common questions! …
Food Allergies in Dogs and CatsSeptember 9th, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
Is your dog or cat itchy and scratchy all year-round? Are recurrent ear infections a common affair in your pet’s world? Does he or she have unresolved soft stool or vomit regularly?
Food allergies are a growing concern for dog and cat owners, and one worth-while test can help your …
Cat VaccinationsJuly 23rd, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
Indoor Cats and Infectious Disease
Why does my cat need vaccinations if she spends 100% of her time indoors?
It is a myth that cats who live indoors do not need to be vaccinated against infectious diseases. While living an indoor lifestyle is certainly safer overall than living outdoors, and …
Dog VaccinationsJuly 23rd, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
Indoor Dogs and Infectious Disease - Why does my dog need vaccinations if she spends 100% of her time indoors?
It is a myth that dogs who live indoors do not need to be vaccinated against infectious diseases. While living an indoor lifestyle is certainly safer overall than living outdoors, …
Fecal Flotation TestingJuly 23rd, 2020Read the rest of this entry »
What is a fecal flotation?
Fecal flotation is a routine veterinary test used to diagnose internal parasites or "worms." The test detects the eggs of mature parasites that live inside the body and pass their eggs to the outside by shedding them into the host's stool. Some of these parasites …
Cat naps rock!September 12th, 2016Read the rest of this entry »
Working at a busy clinic means that I put in long days meeting and greeting clients and their parents. It's not all show business and fancy bow ties; being the clinics ambassador, HR Director, bed tester, and food consultant can leave me drained and in need of a quick pick-me-up …
- Senior Preventative Care »
- Grain-Free Diets: A cause for concern? »
- Congratulations on Your New Kitten! »
- The Ins and Outs of Dental Diets »
- Congratulations On Your New Puppy! »
- Food Allergies in Dogs and Cats »
- Cat Vaccinations »
- Dog Vaccinations »
- Fecal Flotation Testing »
- Cat naps rock! »
- How many bow ties is enough? »
- National Bow Tie Day »
- Welcome to my new blog »