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Foreign Body Precautions

Some things that we don’t think of as harmful for our pets can end up being quite serious. This is Dexter, an 8 year old Boston Terrier. His owners brought Read More

YOUR INDOOR PET AND THE RABIES VACCINE

Occasionally, we hear owners say they don’t think their pet needs to get a Rabies vaccine due to the fact that they are an indoor only pet. While there is Read More

Senior Wellness Screening for Your Pet

     For many years, veterinary (and human) medicine has focused on fixing a problem versus preventing it.  But many diseases and illnesses occur in the body before they can Read More

New Year's Resolutions for your Pets

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pets It’s that time again!  Time to make a long list of ways to make 2021 a perfect year.  Perfection is unattainable, maybe that is Read More

PET OF THE MONTH - AUGUST 2020 - DORA

Dora loves to sit on my lap - which is every time I’m near her, go to the dog park, and take as many walks she can possibly convince me Read More

PET OF THE MONTH - MAY 2020 - ACE!

Ace is a sweet, loving German Shepard with a playful personality!  He is always ready to play and loves to talk back! He loves spending time with his family and Read More

PET OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2020 - Charm & Charlie

The story began in Waverly, Iowa in 2010.  My husband James and I had owned our dog Sundance who was a Cocker Spaniel since we got together in 1999 but Read More

PET OF THE MONTH - FEBRUARY 2020 - Marley

This is Marley. Marley is a beautiful dilute tortoiseshell cat, and despite what you may have heard about the 
“Tortie ‘Tude”, she is the sweetest thing. 
Marley spends most of Read More

CASE STUDY - BLADDER STONES

Billi came in to see us initially for having urinary accidents and asking to go outside more frequently.  An initial urine sample revealed a large amount of bacteria, white and Read More

OTC Medications - The Good, the Bad & the Deadly!

Over the counter medications meant for human use - are they safe for my pet? We will try to examine most common medications and if they are useful or toxic. Read More

THANKSGIVING DO's and DON'Ts

Turkey time is upon us!  It is time for feasting, family, and friends.  As we enter this time, it is a good idea to remember our furry friends and their Read More

WHY DOES MY PET'S BREATH STINK?

This is a common question!  The one word answer is - BACTERIA.  I know what you are thinking, well it must be because they lick their butt….. Yes and No. Read More

COLLARS, HARNESSES & LEASHES, OH MY!!!

What kind of restraint do I get my pet?  Well, each pet is different, but I thought it would be good to go over pros and cons of each before Read More

PET OF THE MONTH - NOVEMBER 2019 - RAGNAROCK

The Mistress of Mischief came to us after hiding out in a garage for a few days, which normally you'd then expect a feral beast after living the first 6 Read More

CATNIP FOR YOUR KITTY?

Have you ever wondered about why some cats respond to catnip and others do not?  Are there other similar compounds that cause a similar reaction?  There is an essential oil Read More

WHY DO INDOOR ONLY PETS NEED VACCINES?

Why do my indoor only pets need vaccines?This is a common question - here are the reasons to keep them up to date-Dogs are never fully indoor only.  Even if Read More

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