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Endoscopy: What It Is, Why Some Pets Need It

Endoscopy: What It Is, Why Some Pets Need ItSometimes, your pet can have a condition that’s difficult to diagnose without actually examining an internal organ or obtaining a biopsy, or Read More

Do Essential Oils Pose a Risk to Pets?

Do Essential Oils Pose a Risk to Pets?While you may find that using essential oils, like lavender or eucalyptus, for aromatherapy helps you relax, it’s important to keep in mind Read More

4 Reasons Not to Ignore a Pet's Broken Toenail

4 Reasons Not to Ignore a Pet's Broken ToenailFinding a broken toenail on your pet’s foot can easily be attributed to vigorous backyard digging or an exuberant session on the Read More

7 Ways to Help De-stress Pets During Vet Visits

7 Ways to Help De-stress Pets During Vet VisitsSo what's a concerned pet owner to do? Here are a few tips to help you on your way:Help Take the Strain Read More

10 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets

10 Halloween Safety Tips for PetsHalloween can be a festive and fun time for children and families. But for pets? Let's face it, it can be a downright nightmare. Forgo Read More

Tips to Avoid Trading Diseases With Your Pets

Tips to Avoid Trading Diseases With Your PetsI often have pet owners jokingly ask if I can treat their ills as well as their pet's. We veterinarians are trained to Read More

Marijuana and Dogs and Cats: A Risky Combination

Marijuana and Dogs and Cats: A Risky CombinationMarijuana exposure in pets, as reported to the ASPCA’s Poison Control Hotline, is becoming more frequent. Since 2009, calls reporting marijuana exposure have Read More

Natural Disaster Planning for Pets

Natural Disaster Planning for PetsAs pets have become a more important part of our family units, so has their safety and well being. Yet, few of us are prepared for the event Read More

What to do about lacerations or cuts on dogs or cats

What to do about lacerations or cuts on dogs or catsDogs and cats are often curious and like to get into things that can cause injuries like cuts or lacerations. Read More

No More Itch: Managing Your Pet's Allergies

No More Itch: Managing Your Pet's AllergiesThere are few things worse than an itchy dog or cat — so uncomfortable, constantly licking and chewing at his paws and flanks, and rubbing his Read More

Beyond Periodontal Disease: 7 Reasons Your Pets Health Demands a Complete Oral Exam

Beyond Periodontal Disease: 7 Reasons Your Pet’s Health Demands a Complete Oral ExamIf your dentist is like mine, he does more than just have his technician scale and polish your Read More

Heartworm Treatment for Dogs: What You Need to Know

Heartworm Treatment for Dogs: What You Need to KnowOdds are, you've visited at least one veterinary office that prominently displayed a photo or drawing of a canine heart infested with Read More

Skin Fold Dermatitis

Skin Fold DermatitisWrinkly dogs like Pugs are so cute. What’s not so cute? The skin disease that can result from improper care of the skin in those wrinkles. Skin fold Read More

Understanding Food Allergies in Your Pets

Understanding Food Allergies in Your PetsPet owners just want to see their cats and dogs grow healthy and strong. Therefore, they feed their pets food designed for their benefit. Most Read More

Beware Toads That Can Poison Cats and Dogs

Beware Toads That Can Poison Cats and DogsContrary to the old wives’ tales, toads won’t give you warts, but they may poison your pet.While there are many species of toads, Read More

My Pet Won't Stop Chewing, Scratching, and Licking His Skin. What's Going On?

My Pet Won't Stop Chewing, Scratching, and Licking His Skin. What's Going On?Licking, chewing, scratching, and self-biting are common symptoms in pets. Cats will lick excessively,sometimes biting out their fur Read More

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