June 2018 Blog

In honor of the first week of June being Pet Appreciation Week, today I bring to you a list of reasons why I appreciate my pets, in poem form. To my dogs, My little bed hogs, I love waking to Continue reading →

June 2018 Blog Post

Lyme Disease Lyme disease is on the rise in the eastern United States. This is not only a concern for pets, but for humans too. Lyme disease is caused by a bacteria called Borrelia that is transmitted via the bite Continue reading →

May 2018 Blog

Spring is near! Which means baby season to veterinary professionals. At least 3 of us will wind up with a bottle baby to care for and re-home. In light of this, I thought we could talk about how to bottle Continue reading →

Care of Pocket Pets

Care of Pocket Pets This month we’re going to discuss the care of pocket pets. Pets that I would consider pocket pets are hamsters, sugar gliders, rats, mice, rabbits, and ferrets. Though care for each of these species may vary, Continue reading →

Dental Care & Your Pet

Dental Care & Your Pet February is Dental Health Month! Dental health is more than just expensive dental cleanings and elderly pets with bad teeth. We can prevent these problems starting today! Here’s how… The first step is brushing your Continue reading →

Canine Influenza

Canine Influenza In light of the recent outbreak of Canine Influenza Virus (CIV), you might have noticed that we began to require the influenza vaccine for boarding. Today we’re going to discuss why your pet may be at risk. Similar Continue reading →

Pet Obesity

Your Pet’s Weight is Their Biggest Health Risk In America, most of us have the privilege of having “first world problems” (I.e“Ugh my iPhone broke,” “I only had Taco Bell six times this week,” “I hate it when the shower Continue reading →