How to Tell If Your Pet Needs Urgent Care

How to Tell If Your Pet Needs Urgent Care

It can be an extremely scary experience if your pet ends up getting injured or sick, and it leaves you wondering whether you should bring them to the emergency veterinary hospital. However, while some scenarios are true emergencies, not all medical conditions need...
Which Chew Toys Are Safe For My Pet?

Which Chew Toys Are Safe For My Pet?

Practically all dogs love playing with their favorite chew toys! But not all chew toys are safe for your furry friend. Some can wreak havoc on your pet’s teeth and gastrointestinal tract, and may also be a choking hazard. Have no fear because our team has listed...
At-Home Dental Care Options for Pets

At-Home Dental Care Options for Pets

You gave it a good shot, but the stress from trying to brush your pet’s teeth simply isn’t worth it. No matter how slowly you attempted to introduce flavored toothpaste and a variety of brushes, your furry pal said, “No way!” and scampered away. If toothbrushing isn’t...
My Pet Ingested a Toxin. What Do I Do?

My Pet Ingested a Toxin. What Do I Do?

March is National Pet Poison Prevention Month, so we’d like you to brush up on the steps to take if your furry pal has been in contact with a potentially toxic substance. First, don’t panic and then follow these step-by-step instructions from our veterinary team at...
What Happens During My Pet’s Neuter Surgery?

What Happens During My Pet’s Neuter Surgery?

Suppose your male pet undergoes neuter surgery, and this is your first postoperative experience. In that case, you may be surprised that your furry pal still appears to be intact, especially if they were neutered later in life. To clear up any confusion, let’s explain...
Persistent Deciduous Teeth Problems in Pets

Persistent Deciduous Teeth Problems in Pets

Persistent deciduous teeth, or baby teeth that refuse to fall out, can lead to many difficulties with your pet’s permanent dentition and also can harm their oral health. This dental issue most frequently occurs in small-breed and flat-faced dogs and rarely in cats. In...