Are you ready for the holidays? For many of us, there's a lot to do at this time of year as we prepare to travel or welcome out of town guests. There are often gifts to purchase, food to prepare, wrapping, decorations, parties and singing. Hopefully, you...read more
Proper exercise for dogs is important to their overall physical and mental wellbeing, but often “mental exercise” is given short shrift when looking at fulfilling a dog’s needs. Dogs that are bored and that have little mental and environmental stimulation...read more
Halloween can be the scariest night of the year, but it should not be for your pet. Please read the following tips on how to keep your pets happy and healthy this Halloween.Decoration safety tipsCarved jack-o-lanterns certainly are neat, but pets can...read more
Top Row-Melissa (technical director), Dominique (groomer), Laura (technician), Joni (receptionist), Tiffany (receptionist) Bottom Row-McKay (kennel technician), Sarah (kennel technician), Dr. Speed (veterinarian), Sydni (technician) Elizabeth "Lala" was...read more
Helpful hints to keep in mind this summer: 1- Walk in the early mornings to avoid burnt paw pads. The side walks are HOT and your pets generally do NOT wear shoes. 2-Please do not go for walks in the afternoon/evenings unless it is a cool summer night....read more
Dogs acquire heartworm infection through a mosquito bite. Mosquitoes readily pick up larval heartworms from infected dogs and carry them to new dogs. Some areas have severe heartworm problems while other areas have virtually none. In Texas, heartworm...read more
Toy and teacup breeds are becoming very popular. These babies can often fit in the palm of our hands when full grown. They present themselves with wonderful attributes like other full size dogs, but have the portability due to their tiny size. When these...read more
One of the best ways to keep your pets safe is to know common risks around your home. Below are the top ten kitchen toxins for cats and dogs. 1-Chocolate 2-Xylitol (sweetener commonly found in sugar free gum and candy) 3-Grapes and Raisins 4-Caffeine...read more
Canine parvovirus (CPV) is a common virus that affects primarily young dogs that are unvaccinated, under-vaccinated, or immunosuppressed. Without treatment, CPV is life threatening due to severe fluid losses and electrolyte derangements secondary to...read more
There are many causes of kennel cough, both bacterial and viral. Canine influenza virus (CIV) is one of the viral causes of kennel cough. This highly contagious respiratory disease has affected thousands of dogs in the United States. Because CIV is a...read more
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