Most pet dental disease occurs below the gum line, where you can’t see it!
Walk Your Dog Month – January 2020
January is Walk Your Dog Month. Get up, get moving and don’t let the plummeting winter temperatures slow you down. Dogs need plenty of exercise throughout the year and, the best way to keep them active in winter is to take them for regular walks. Even a short walk around the block on a cold day can make a big …
To Vaccinate, or not to Vaccinate
Sometimes choosing whether or not to vaccinate is easy. For rabies, it’s the law. With other core vaccinations those decisions aren’t so black and white. Vaccinations for animals are KEY to limiting the spread of infectious diseases from animals to people. Ask your veterinarian when to start vaccinating your puppy/kitten or adult pet.
Ticks and Lyme Disease These external parasites are rapidly coming to our area, and likely in your backyard, literally and figuratively. The plethora of diseases these suckers carry make tick preventives necessary for all our veterinary patients, especially Lyme disease. Lyme disease is on the rise and causing serious complication and clinical signs in your pet!Lyme disease is a zoonotic …