Should I Declaw My Cat?

The American Animal Hospital Association strongly opposes the declawing of domestic cats and supports veterinarians’ efforts to educate cat owners and provide them [...]

By |February 22nd, 2016|Cats, General-Surgery|0 Comments

Antibiotic use & resistance: AVMA’s efforts seen in federal initiatives

A long-awaited federal rule governing how medically important antibiotics can be used in food animals was released today, on the same day [...]

Pet Food & Product Recalls/Alerts

When pet foods or animal-related products are recalled, or alerts are issued about safety concerns, you need to know asap. We update [...]

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition in cats and dogs even though it's completely preventable. Dr. Cindy Charlier explains what periodontal [...]

By |February 8th, 2016|Cats, Dentistry, Dogs|0 Comments

Is this Normal?

We can't ask our pets if they're feeling okay, so how do we know if something is wrong with them? Dr. Shelly Rubin [...]

In the Exam Room: Preventive Care Visits

We can't ask our pets if they're feeling okay, so how do we know if something is wrong with them? Dr. Shelly Rubin [...]

Heartworm Prevention

Did you know that heartworm is one of the most deadly ailments in pets? Did you also know it's almost 100% preventable? Dr. [...]

Microchips: Your Best Bet to Get Back a Lost Pet

Microchips are your best bet to get back a lost pet. Ask your veterinarian about microchips today!

National Pet Week 2013

It's time to celebrate National Pet Week (May 5-11) by being the most responsible pet owner you can! Find out more at: http://www.petweek.org [...]

Vaccines: Protecting your Pets

Should your pet be vaccinated? Of course! But for why, and for what? Dr. Tony explains the ins and outs of having your [...]

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