New Puppy? Now What?
What you need to know about caring for that cute new canine One of the bright spots in these otherwise difficult days is the fact that the adoption of pets…Read more
5 Tips for A Pet-Safe Howl-iday
The winter holidays may look a little different this year, but masked guests, decorations, and festive foods can put our pets at risk. Here are a few tips for keeping…Read more
Protect Your Dog from Leptospirosis
Summer time means adventure time! If you have a dog that loves going on fun expeditions and playing in the water, then it’s important to be aware of leptospirosis, which…Read more
On Their Own Again
If you’re headed back to work after staying home for COVID-19 precautions, your dog may have some trouble adjusting. After spending long periods of time together, being on their own…Read more
New Furry Baby? We Can Help!
Do you have a new puppy or kitten? Congratulations! A new furry friend is always cause for celebration. Make sure your new family member starts off on the right paw…Read more
Safe Fun In the Summertime
Summer may be a bit low-key this year, but as we venture outside more it’s important to keep your pet safe. Here are a few tips to help: Heat kills!…Read more
Just a Quick Reminder…
…that for everyone’s safety, these COVID-19 procedures for vet appointments are still in place: We are still using curbside drop-off and pick-up for basic tech appointments, grooming, and boarding as…Read more
Did You Watch the Tiger King? Read This!
As a veterinarian, I care about the health and welfare of all animals—not just the ones I treat. Which is why I am writing to you today to ask a…Read more
Vaccines: Your Pet’s Best Shot
Did you add a new dog or kitty to the family recently? If so, don’t forget it’s important for new pets to visit the vet as soon as possible after…Read more
Parasites Don’t Shelter-in-Place
If you’re doing a lot more dog-walking these days, that’s great—but it also means your pet is more exposed to fleas and ticks! Fleas can cause itching, anemia and hotspots;…Read more