A great question deserves a great answer and here it is, because it is important! Why is it important? Your pet not only deserves a good physical examination from the outside, but equally important is the examination performed on the inside and blood work allows us to do just that.  We get a sneek peek…

Vaccines are awesome, plain and simple; for without them, disease and sickness would be running around without a leash! HOW VACCINES WORK: Vaccinations help prevent diseases caused by bacteria and viruses.  Vaccines go to work right away by strengthening your pet’s immune system and once properly vaccinated, your pet will be ready to meet the…

Bad breath, yuck! It gives a whole new meaning to the word potty mouth, doesn’t it? It’s time to flush away those worries because there are steps you can take to help prevent dental disease! DENTAL CHECKUPS: Free, yes you read that correctly, free dental check-ups are offered by simply making an appointment. Early detection…

Do you or someone you know have a dog that is fearful of thunderstorms, fireworks, or loud noises? That has separation anxiety or travel anxiety? Is a reactive barker or likes to jump on people? Then the Thundershirt might be the solution you’ve been looking for! With its patent-pending design, Thundershirt’s gentle, constant pressure has…

Rattlesnake season is closely approaching. Did you know that there is a vaccination to protect your dog from the bite of the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake? There is and it works extremely well! The vaccine helps your dog to generate protective antibodies against rattlesnake venom. These protective antibodies start neutralizing venom immediately. This means that vaccinated…

We all know that pets shed and dealing with the hair is part of being a pet owner. One of the most frequently asked questions at the hospital is “how do I help my pet shed less?”. Until now, we didn’t have a very good answer but thanks to FURminator, we now have a 3…

Did you know that: Oral disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem for pets • An astounding 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats show signs of oral disease by age 3, according to the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS). • Many owners think their pet’s bad breath is natural or pass…

Did you know that the American Association of Feline Practitioners recommend that cats be examined at least once a year? Bringing your cat in for an exam will allow us to detect subtle signs of illness which could prevent them from staying healthy and living a long life! Cats are excellent at hiding illness and…

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Rattlesnake season is closely approaching. Did you know that there is a vaccination to protect your dog from the bite of the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake? There is and it works extremely well! The vaccine helps your dog to generate protective antibodies against rattlesnake venom. These protective antibodies start neutralizing venom immediately. This means that vaccinated…

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