Happy Holidays! First, we all want to thank you for your continued support of Riverwoods Pet Hospital. We truly appreciate it as well as every one of you. With the holiday time upon us, we will be closing the hospital temporarily in order for our team to spend time with their families and allow us […]
Please note our holiday hours for Christmas and New Year’s Day. For Emergency Services during our off hours, visit Pet Urgent Care. […]
It’s that time of the year again! 2020 has been a rough year for all of us due to the pandemic. We look forward to the holidays for some relief and joy by celebrating safely with family and friends. Keeping your pets safe and healthy during the festivities is also a priority. For whichever holiday […]
Going away for the holidays and leaving your pet at a boarding facility? Make sure your dogs and cats are up to date on all their Immunizations. Most boarding facilities require dogs to have current DHPP, Bordetella (Kennel cough), and Rabies vaccinations. Cats should have current FVRCP, Feline Leukemia, and Rabies vaccinations.
With your pet spending more time indoors because of the snow and ice and with the holidays coming up, there are a few common household items that pose a threat to your pet’s health. Keep these things in mind to help everyone have a merry season: De-icing Salts that are used for melting snow and […]