How do I know when my pet is in pain?

How do I know if my pet is in pain; they aren’t whining or yelping? This is such a great question.  Pets are so good at hiding pain that it is often really difficult to detect.  Pain is complex, even more so in our pets who can’t tell us where it hurts, or if it [...]

Tips on Walking Your Dog in Winter

Colder weather brings ice and snow, both of which can cause falls and injuries. Your dog may seem confident walking during winter, however they can slip and fall just like us, causing injuries, broken limbs or even taking an owner down with them. Whether it’s black ice, hard packed snow, or ice deceptively hidden under [...]

The Case of the Missing Teeth

February is Veterinary Dental Health Month. A month to highlight the importance of dental health in our pets and especially our seniors. Read about Lela and her dental health journey.

A New Year, A New Dog (Weight Loss Resolution)

Have your pets made any Resolutions for the New Year? I think that Daisy’s is to get even more cuddles than last year, and Sprocket? Well, he hasn’t let me know but I’m hoping that it’s to eat less socks and other odd things. It's not unusual for resolutions to be about becoming healthier and [...]

Diabetes Mellitus in Cats and Dogs

Diabetes Mellitus in Cats and Dogs  Most of us know at least a little bit about Diabetes Mellitus in humans but did you know that cats and dogs can develop Diabetes Mellitus as well? Diabetes Mellitus is a disease in which the pancreas does not produce enough insulin and it affects cats and dogs as [...]

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