How to Treat Bug Bites and Stings in Dogs
Bee stings are painful but rarely harmful. Use a credit card to scrape the stinger out. Don’t use anything to squeeze the stinger, you may release more venom. Clean the area with mild…Read More
April is Heartworm Disease Awareness Month!
Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets. Foot-long worms that live in the heart, lungs and associated blood vessels of affected pets cause heartworm disease. Heartworms cause severe lung disease, heart failure and damage to other organs in the body.
Dogs are the natural host…Read More
5 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your Dog
Valentine’s Day isn’t just for humans. Our furry friends need a little love too. Who doesn’t love their pets just as much as their significant other? Why not spend some time with your dogs and cats this year on Valentine’s Day. Here’s our top 5 ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day with…Read More
Pet Dental Cleaning FAQs
Pets have moved out of the backyard and into the bed. As their quality of life has improved, so has the quality of their health care. Several years ago no-one had heard of cleaning a pet’s teeth. Now, it’s part of routine health care. Dental cleanings has become one of the most common procedures we perform. Here are the answers to…Read More
Why Does My Pet Need An Annual Exam
We like to think that our pets will live forever, but the truth is that their lives pass very quickly. What might seem like frequent visits to the veterinarian to us are not for them. If you think of it in terms of 1 year for us is 7 years for our pets, an annual exam is actually EVERY 7 YEARS…Read More
Back to School is Ruff on Dogs
Summer is great fun for dogs, the kids are home and there’s always someone to play with. Back to school can be a hard time, one day it’s party time, the next everyone’s gone. Some dogs can become depressed going from constant companionship to being alone and bored all day. Dogs can suffer from depression and anxiety just like people.