Never, ever leave your animal alone in a parked car. We have all thought it… “Well, I’ll be right back, I just have to run in for a minute. Fido will be alright.” Even when temperatures are 78 degrees your internal car temperature can rise between 100 to 120 degrees in just minutes which may […]
Did you know bad breath is not always just bad breath? It can be a sign of excessive plaque and tartar, gum disease, kidney disease, liver problems, and many others. So if you notice your pets breath getting intolerable be sure to bring it up at your next wellness check up with your vet.
When flying with your pets make sure to look into the requirements from the airlines. Often it is required to obtain a health certificate from your veterinarian dated within 10 days of departure giving verification of a recent wellness check and updated vaccinations. If flying internationally, contact the foreign office of the specific country for […]
We clean our ears out, but have you ever taken the time to clean out your dogs or cats ears? With regular care and maintenance you can avoid expensive veterinary care. Warning signs of a possible ear infection include ear discharge, foul odor, redness, swelling, crusty skin, and hair loss.
As the weather warms up, getting out and about with your pets is more common, remember to keep your pet hydrated and cool. Overheating symptoms include excessive panting, increased heart and respiratory rate, drooling, mild weakness, and even collapsing. If these symptoms are not treated and your pet is not cooled down, seizures, bloody diarrhea […]