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  • Dogs get arthritis too!
    We all go through changes as we age, and our pet partners are no exception. We all start to feel those popping joints first thing in the morning, stiffness when it rains, and general reluctance to actually force yourself to move because your knees just aren’t feeling like bending right that day. Our cats and dogs can feel the same way, but are either expertly hiding that discomfort, or just get so excited that they push themselves more than they should, which can make things a bit worse. Read more
  • Three Reasons to Protect Indoor Cats Against Heartworm Disease.
    1. Transmission: All cats, both indoor and outdoor, are exposed to mosquitoes year round. It only takes one bite for the transmission of heartworm disease.2. Prevalence: Heartworm disease is present Read more
  • Can my pet’s diet cause a broken heart?
    You may have seen recently on the news, that there is emerging evidence suggesting some of our pet’s food may be causing a type of heart disease called Dilated Cardiomyopathy Read more
  • Your pet can't tell you where it hurts!
    Does this winter weather have you feeling stiff and lethargic? Your senior pets may feel the same way! General slowing down and decreased activity in older dogs and cats can be an indication of pain from osteoarthritis. While aging is an inevitable part of life, pain and discomfort do not have to be. Read more
  • If your dog was in pain wouldn’t you want to know it?
    Spinning before laying down, grunting when getting up from a nap, excessive panting or even over grooming can be signs that your dog is in pain. It's a myth, that Read more
  • Your aging family pet
    "In March my personal dog turned 7 years old. As much as I wanted to ignore it, she is now considered a senior pet. I will admit that it took Read more
  • Why do you need to bring a fecal sample to the vet?
    It isn't just because we enjoy the stinky packages; it's to help keep your pets and your family safe and healthy. Many of the intestinal parasites that our pets are exposed Read more
  • Protect Your Pet From Heartworm Disease
    When I moved back to the northeast in 2006 after finishing my veterinary degree in Georgia, I was surprised by the large number of client misconceptions around heartworm disease. The Read more
  • Breaking News Pet Obesity
    According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention in the United States, an estimated 52.7% of dogs and 57.9% of cats are overweight or obese. A lifetime study of Labrador Read more
  • Pet Insurance
    When I walk into an exam room, I am prepared for most questions. Flea prevention? Recommended vaccines? No problem. Pet insurance? That's another topic... I decided to dig in and Read more
  • A Microchip Can Bring Your Pet Home!
    Losing a pet is one of the most heart wrenching things a pet owner can experience. Even the most highly trained pets don't find their way back home. The American Read more
  • Heatstroke
    It's that time of year where the weather starts getting warmer and we can't wait to go and take our furry friends on tons of adventures in the sun! Unfortunately, Read more
  • Flea & Tick Dangers
    Protecting our furry friends from external parasites, such as fleas and ticks, has been a mainstay of veterinary medicine and public health for decades. This month we focus on external Read more
  • Why do you need to bring a fecal sample to the vet?
    It isn't just because we enjoy the stinky packages; it's to help keep your pets and your family safe and healthy. Many of the intestinal parasites that our pets are Read more
  • Would you not brush your teeth for years?
    Just like if you or I didn't brush our teeth for years, pets who don't receive routine preventative dental care will inevitably develop diseased teeth and gums. Common problems include Read more
  • The Ever-Increasing Concern of Pet Obesity
    This month we are focusing on the ever increasing concern of pet obesity. According to the 2014 National Pet Obesity Awareness Day Survey created by the Association of Pet Obesity Read more

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