Responsible dog owners think carefully about what food their dog is eating, how much exercise they are getting, and whether they are up to date with their preventative medicines and treatments. However, one element of doggy care that is often overlooked is their teeth and their dental health.
Are you wondering about your pet’s care and safety over the holiday season? Are you planning to travel or are you expecting family over? Being in a new situation or environment can be stressful for your pet. Having people in your house can mean that your pet may not be as safe as they should be.
For decades, laser therapy has been used to treat pain in humans. Thanks to innovation, this type of treatment is now treating pets as well. It is commonly known as veterinary laser therapy. It is a safe, non-surgical, non-invasive way to treat wounded pets that are in pain.
For people who live near the coast, the hurricane season can be a scary threat. Unfortunately, one of the most overlooked things in preparing for the hurricane season is what it means for pets. It is important to remember that a storm is unsafe for both humans and their pets.
Your pet deserves to receive proper healthcare from a qualified and experienced vet. One of the best ways to ensure that they get the care that they need is to bring them in for regular pet wellness exams. However, many owners are not aware of the importance of these appointments and what they mean for their pets. We’ve put together a list of the most frequently asked questions about pet wellness exams and their answers, so that you can feel informed when you schedule your pet’s appointment.