How a Palliative Care Veterinarian can help when your pet is given a terminal diagnosis.
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 [...]
There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be transmitted by our pets but we have compiled a list of precautions to take in the face of any illness.
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.
I resolve to educate about veterinary palliative medicine so that everyone that needs this service is aware of its existence.
The story of Stella, a heartwarming tale of hope.
What is a mobile veterinary Service? Read on to learn more.
Do we really need to be reminded that dogs shouldn’t be left in cars in the summer? I wish we didn’t but unfortunately there are still deaths and hospitalizations occurring from this very thing. In this article I will discuss this as well as some other summer hazards and what we can do to prevent [...]