Time for a Check Up! What Should I Expect for my Pet?
Just like you, your pet needs regular visits to the doctor to remain healthy. Before your pet’s next wellness exam, it’s helpful for everyone involved to know what to
10 Cat Emergencies to Never Treat at Home
Learn when you must call or take your cat to the vet. Emergencies range from obvious things, like a broken leg, to the less obvious, such as a cat skipping meals.
Client handout: How to win the barking dog battle
Have your veterinary clients try these tips for more peaceful pooches.
Dogs or Cats: What It Says About You
Are you a cat person or a dog person? Learn what your pet preference says about you.
Do You Know How to Pet a Dog? Techniques Dogs Will Love
Petting a dog isn't as simple as you think. Follow trainer Mikkel Becker's tips on how to pet a dog and you'll have a canine friend for life.
How To Prevent Dog Bites
May 21 – 27, 2017 is National Dog Bite Prevention Week. There are 70 million dogs in the world and every single one of them can and WILL bite if forced to do so. The breed of the dog does NO…
Cherry Eye: What is it and What do I do about it » Albuquerque VetCo
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Pet Boarding: Tips for Cat and Dog Kenneling
October 2016 Whether work or vacation takes us away, sometimes we need to leave our furry friends behind. Neighbors or pet sitters can check in on your pup or cat, but in many cases, your pets may be more comfortable—and safer—if they are in the full-time care of a pet boarding facility. Whether it’s doggy daycare or the kitty kennel, boarding your pet can be a positive experience for all parties—or puppies—involved.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
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…