Other Services The Vet May Offer

Posted on: 30 August 2017

If you have recently got an animal and you are going to be getting set up with a vet, there are some things you should know. First, it's best to get in to see the vet as soon as you can after getting a new pet, so they can check them over and so there is a file on the animal. This can make things go more smoothly if you have to bring the animal in at any time due to illness or emergency, since they will already be an established patient of the vet's.
[Read More]

Three Types Of Health Problems That Spaying Your Dog Can Prevent

Posted on: 22 August 2017

Many experts recommend having your companion animals sterilized for a number of reasons. It can save you a lot of time, effort, and money, but more importantly it can allow your dog or cat to lead a happier, healthier life. Sterilizing a male dog is called "neutering," and sterilizing a female dog is called "spaying." Here are three types of health problems that spaying your female dog can help prevent.
[Read More]

Lyme Disease Symptoms And Preventative Tips

Posted on: 1 August 2017

Ticks are very small parasites that bite their way through your pet's skin, eventually inserting themselves below the skin's surface where they will feed off of your pet's blood. If the tick is infected with Lyme disease, it could infect your pet as well. Prevention is key in helping to protect your pet from tick bites and from Lyme disease. See below for symptoms of lyme disease and prevention tips.
[Read More]

What To Do Right After Your Dog's Been Bitten By Another Animal

Posted on: 4 July 2017

If your dog gets bitten by another animal this summer, you need to know how to respond in the moment and how to treat your dog until you can get your dog to the vet for further medical assistance. #1 Tend To Your Dog's Emotional Needs The first thing that you need to do after your dog has been bitten is attend to their emotional needs. They are going to be hurt, confused and possibly in distress.
[Read More]