The holidays are a joyous time to count your blessings—including the health of your pet! Keep your cat or dog out of trouble with these seasonal safety tips.
How do I know when to take my pet to the vet?
Halloween is supposed to be spooky, but it can be an especially stressful night for the furry little monsters in your house. Follow these tips to keep the holiday fun—not frightening—for your family pets.
Traveling with your dog does require a little more planning but with the right prep, it can go smoothly for everyone. The big considerations, of course, are your dog’s temperament, transportation requirements, and accommodation upon arrival.
Hi, I’m Dr. Jessica Bianco from Dalton Veterinary Practice. And I’m here with Miss Rosie, one of our heartworms survivors. And she’s going to help me tell you guys a little bit more about heartworms in your pets and answer any questions that you guys have. Rosie’s mom Liz is going to help me by…
Have you thought about the health of your pet’s eyes?
Not everyone has time to cook meals for their dog, but with a little effort, you could try adding some healthy toppers to their dry food that you already give them! Here are the top 5 foods we suggest to give a try:
As the warmer months arrive this year, so does “kitten season.” Most areas of the United States experience kitten season, when cats go into heat and begin having litters of kittens, between April and October.
You’re petting your cat or bathing your dog when—wait, what’s that?
Your pet brings so much joy to your life, but did you know that spending time with them could be better for your health? Many medical & psychological studies show that pet owners live a happier, healthier life than non-pet owners.