Transmittable Diseases

Transmittable Diseases You love your pets and want to keep them safe and healthy. But did you know that by vaccinating your pets and using recommended monthly preventatives, you are protecting your family’s health as well? Many diseases and bugs are zoonotic, meaning they can be transmitted from animals to people. Below are some common

Winter Hazards for Your Pets

Winter Hazards for Your Pets! Freezing temperatures are now a reality. While you’re bundling up to stay warm, here are some important tips to keep your furry family members comfortable and safe this winter. Walks While your pets may still jump for joy when you pull out that leash, even short leisurely walks can pose

Pyometra (The Importance of Spaying Your Pets)

Pyometra Synopsis: Pyometra is a serious and life threatening infection that results in a pus-filled uterus. This infection occurs when an animal isn’t spayed and goes into heat creating the perfect environment for bacterial growth, resulting in the accumulation of pus inside the animal’s uterus. An intact female can develop pyometra at any age, but

Is Blood Work Really Necessary?

“Is Bloodwork Really Necessary?” “Is bloodwork really necessary?” This is a question that pet owners frequently find themselves asking at the vet. Here’s why the answer is so often “yes!” Our pets can’t tell us how they are feeling and often don’t show signs of health problems until diseases are more advanced. As pet owners,


Pets can develop dental disease and problems just like people do. Regular dental check-ups and teeth cleanings combined with good dental hygiene at home can increase your pet’s health, vitality, and well-being. If left untreated, dental disease can not only be painful and inhibit proper nutrition but can also lead to serious systemic issues that