Dogs have 42 smile generators. Keeping those 42 teeth strong, healthy, and happy is essential to preventing illness, pain, and may extend longevity. Each February, U.S. veterinarians celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month to raise awareness about the dangers of oral diseases such as gingivitis, tooth abscesses, and mouth tumors.
Top Ten Things Not to Do When Boarding your Pet
Photo: www.mollythecatlady.com The inspiration for this list is the fact that a lot of folks are traveling for the holidays. Not every pet is comfortable with going along, so many owners place thei…
Are you TRULY prepared to leave your pet while you travel? The thing every pet owner forgets.
Vacation time is upon us! We all think we have our act together when it comes to our pets, but the majority of pet owners forget one very important detail. This article might be a little of a downe…
10 Best Dog Boarding Tips
Always tour the dog boarding kennel ahead of time. Here are my favorite tips when I'm looking for dog hotels, dog sitting, or dog care for my pet, Ace!
Groomer Shaves Homeless Dog. What She Found Underneath All That Hair Made My Eyes Tear Up.
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Advice To New Vets. My Top 10.
Pickles prep for neuter. Scabby Katie watches on. I have owned my clinic, Jarrettsville Veterinary Center, for 12 years. I have hired...
How to make your dog vomit
If your dog ate something you know is toxic, what do you do? Making him vomit is in many cases the best next step. Always best to call your veterinarian and make sure. There are some things that sh…
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Boarding Your Cat: Tips from a Veterinarian
Vacation season is in full swing right now. While this summer our travels are limited to day trips, I know that many of you will be hitting the road for some extended exploring. When we travel, my …
Promise — I Feed Him! Why Is My Dog Always So Hungry?
Is your dog always begging for more food when he's already getting plenty? Here's what's going on with your hungry dog and how to tell if he's actually OK.