When your dog is lost it’s difficult to think about anything else. To you, it’s practically the same as a missing child. This is a beloved family member and you must do everything you can to find them. Your mind is probably going wild with fears and your emotions are all over the map. Continue reading
When thinking about getting a pet, you will wonder if you should get a cat or dog. While there are many reasons to get them, finding the one that will fit your lifestyle will make both of your lives more enjoyable. This is a heavy question and will be debated for ages but there are a few advantages to both that can help make your decision. Continue reading
Do you enjoy spoiling your pet? Treats are a great way to show your pet just how much you care. What says love more than making your pet’s treats from scratch. Not only is it a fun way to interact with your furry friend but you know exactly what ingredients are in them. Here is a variety of DIY dog treats that include wonderful ingredients like peanut butter, oats, fruits, vegetables, yogurt, and cheese. ENJOY! Continue reading
Clients will occasionally ask me about pet insurance. They also are generally eager to give me feedback on their insurance when they are enrolled. I would like to discuss if pet insurance is worth it and the guidelines in selecting a plan. Continue reading
Recently, one of the most common questions I have been receiving from my clients, is if they should feed their dogs grain free foods. Many clients are switching to these products on their own, frequently assuming that they will fix certain problems or that they will be inherently better based on advertisements published in the popular media. Continue reading
Everyone has questions about their pets. Now you can see the most asked pet questions answered by your veterinarian. Covering everything from pet exams, dogs scratching, cat drinking milk, and hip dysplasia.
Most pet owners are aware that our furry friends have some potential risk for picking up “worms”. We also see a few people (rightly or wrongly) attribute certain illnesses in their pets to parasites. In reality, the number of cases of illness in the dogs and cats that we see is rather low. Continue reading
As a veterinarian, I am gratified to notice that our clients are very astute and are generally able to accurately tell us what is not right with their pet when they come in for a visit. In fact, we as veterinarians depend on this to do our very best diagnostic work. I think we are fortunate to have some of the smarter clients one could hope to serve. Continue reading