Smile, February is Pet Dental Month Brushing Up on Your Pet’s Dental Health Every February, the veterinary community celebrates National Pet Dental Health Month by encouraging pet owners to take care of their pets’ teeth. Without proper dental hygiene routines, pets develop periodontal disease, which is the most common disorder affecting our pets nationwide. By … Read moreSmile, February is Pet Dental Month
Did you know that dogs can come down with the flu virus just like humans? Dogs cannot catch the human version of the virus, but there are currently two identified canine influenza strains known as H3N8 and H3N2, and both strains have been identified in dogs in our area. The H3N8 strain has been around … Read moreCold and Flu Season for Your Dog Too!
If you’re traveling this holiday season and plan on boarding your pet, now’s the time to make sure they’re up to date on vaccinations and that your animal companion has everything he or she needs for a kennel stay. Here are a few of reminders to make drop-off easier. Current vaccinations. See that your pet’s … Read moreIs Your Pet Ready for Boarding?
Save Over 35% On Senior Pet Care This Fall! Adopt a Senior Pet month is around the corner, and to highlight how special our senior pets are, we are offering an incredible promotion that will save you over 35 percent! For Senior Dogs This Package Includes: Comprehensive physical exam—heart, muscular, skeleton, neurological, eye, and oral … Read moreSuper Senior Pet Special
As the air cools slightly and we head into fall, you should be thinking about your pet’s health in addition to all the fun autumn-themed activities just around the corner. While you’re plotting your Halloween costume, carving pumpkins and preparing your Thanksgiving meal, make sure you don’t forget about the hazards that could affect your … Read moreFall Pet Health Care Tips