Category Archives: Veterinary

What in the world…Giardia??!

Giardia is a common zoonotic intestinal parasite, meaning it can be transferred between animals and humans. It is very important to check for giardia in all household animals, especially if they are new to the home. Click the “Read More” button below for some other facts about giardia.

How to Brush Your Pet’s Teeth (and Why You Should!)

This article includes some great tips of how to start a dental care regimen for your 4-legged kiddos! < Learn more at…>

House Training Your Puppy

Oh the joys of having a puppy! The puppy breath, the endless amounts of energy and love they bring and, UH-OH, the accidents. Here is a great article that helps decipher the great mystery of potty training a puppy.Read more to find out…

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Is Pet Insurance Necessary?

Every wonder if investing in a pet insurance plan is right for you and your pet? Read this article about Chris Guelke and his Lab mix “Watson”. Click here for more info…

So You Want a Puppy?

This article can help you decide whether you are ready for a puppy vs an adult dog. It can also help you research and pick a dog breed that’s right for you… <Read more>

Poisonous Flowers and Plants

Did you know that approximately 10 percent of all sickness in household animals comes from flowers poisonous to cats and dogs. Read here for more information…

Hot Weather Tips for Pets

We all love spending the long, sunny days of summer outdoors with our furry companions, but being overeager in hot weather can spell danger…<Read more>

Dogs Have Allergies, Too

About 20% of dogs in the U.S. suffer from some type of allergy. Your pet may be one of them. Skin itching is the most common symptom. Others include coughing, sneezing, vomiting or diarrhea… <More info>

West Nile Virus and Dogs and Cats

West Nile Virus has been in the news a lot lately. Are you concerned about your pets?< Read here for information…>