What You Need to Know About the Pet Food Shortage
As many of you have probably already noticed, the recent COVID pandemic has led to a pet food shortage that could last until 2022. Shortages in raw ingredients, packaging materials,…Read more
No More Declawing – We’re Cat Friendly!
The declawing of cats has been a much-debated topic in veterinary medicine in the last few years. Declaw surgery, or onychectomy, is the amputation of the last digital bone, including…Read more
How to Keep Your Senior Pet Smiling
In addition to an exam and blood screenings, we also advise that older pets have abdominal ultrasound, and X-rays. While blood screenings are an excellent diagnostic tool for many diseases…Read more
Separation Anxiety: Heading Back to Work after COVID-19
As many of us head back to work after weeks or months of sheltering in place, we are all looking to the future to find some semblance of normal. For…Read more
Life with My 20-Year-Old Cat, Part II
Last year I helped my Miss Gabby Celebrate her 20th birthday, and this year she marched ever so slowly toward 21. How has her life changed over the last year?…Read more
Fall Flea Festival
In addition to darker mornings, cooler days, and changes in foliage this autumn season, you may also experience a sudden emergence of uninvited houseguests – FLEAS. This is because with…Read more
Canine Osteoarthritis – Help Stop the Silent Suffering
Unlike humans, dogs cannot vocalize to us when and where “it hurts”, so all too often early signs of Canine Osteoarthritis go unnoticed, resulting in delayed treatment. Sadly, some dogs…Read more
So why are UTI’s such a problem?
So why are UTI’s such a problem? Well to start, the term UTI (Urinary Tract infection) is often used as an “umbrella term” to cover a variety of different types…Read more
Is my dog really a senior?
I'd like to introduce you to my handsome boy Lycan. He's a sheltie that is as cuddly as he looks, and is great with my two kids. I've had him…Read more