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Zoonotic Diseases

Zoonotic Diseases

Animals provide many benefits to human civilization. Many people interact with animals in their daily lives, both at home and away from home. Animals can provide food, livelihood, travel, sport, companionship, and education to people across the globe. We can also come in contact with animals in urban and rural settings, during travel, visiting animal […]


What is Bloat GDV?

Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV) is a rapidly progressive life-threatening condition that affects millions of dogs every year. In the beginning, the stomach fills with gas, food, foam, or air, causing the stomach to bloat, causing a gastric dilatation or enlargement. If the condition persists, the stomach continues to fill with gas and twists and progresses from […]


Cleaning Your Pet’s Ears

Cleaning Your Pet’s Ears

A regular grooming routine is a must for our animal companions. Besides keeping your pet looking and feeling the best way possible, grooming your pet regularly allows you to get familiar with his or her body so that should anything out of the ordinary be noticed, you can seek help immediately without wondering if your […]


A Happier, Healthier Year For You and Your Pet

A Happier, Healthier Year For You and Your Pet

During this time of year, many of us set new goals and perspectives for the year ahead. As you make your New Year’s resolutions, consider your pet as well! Here are some great ideas to promote a happier and healthier year for you and your animal companions. Eat Right Many pets can suffer from overeating […]


Senior Cat Wellness

Senior Cat Wellness

Today, pets are living longer thanks to improvements in medicine, pet care, nutrition, and awareness of pet health and safety. This makes it more important for pet caretakers to understand the life of a senior pet. As your cat ages into his or her senior years, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with […]


Ear Infections

Ear Infections

Ear infections are common health problems pets face, especially for dogs. However, other animals such as cats and rabbits are also prone to ear infections. As a pet owner, it’s important to know what you are up against and how to treat it. An infection in the ear means inflammation within the canal has occurred. […]


Fall Safety and Your Pet

Fall Safety and Your Pet

We love fall for the football, crisp cool air, colorful foliage and even a little bit of snow (depending on where you live). The refreshing temperatures and vibrant colors of autumn create the perfect environment for long strolls with your pet or cuddling up together inside where you are nice and cozy watching the leaves […]


Seasonal Allergies and Your Pet

Seasonal Allergies and Your Pet

With summer coming to an end, the weather cooling down, winds pick up as the leaves and flowers begin to fall, and pollen starts flying through the air. Fall allergies can seem like the bane of your existence. If your pet could speak English, they would probably agree with you too. Many animals are just […]


Tick Prevention

Tick Prevention

It’s no secret that animals love the outdoors, and our pets are no exception. Whether it is something as simple as running around and playing in the yard or something more challenging like taking a hike, it is important to encourage our pets to be active. However, just as humans should put on sunblock and […]


Pet Care Tips For Senior Dogs

Pet Care Tips For Senior Dogs

For most of us, a dog is part of the family and can go to any extent to ensure their well-being. Just like puppies, senior dogs need special care. While age may cause difficulties in walking, sore joints, irritability, vulnerability to diseases, dementia, and other conditions, there are still steps any owner can take to […]


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The Doctors and staff took such amazing care of our Bailey dog. She had many health issues. They always got us in quickly and let her hang out in the office all day because we lived far away. Bailey felt comfortable there and she passed away there surrounded by amazing people who cared about her. They also sent a beautiful card and note card with her paw print on it in the mail which was a wonderful surprise. I would recommend them to anyone.

Keely B.

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