We would like to take a moment to explain why we feel the veterinarian is an integral part of your pet’s supplement care. Your veterinarian provides professional advice and care for your four-legged family member. The veterinarian optimizes the total care of your pet by coordinating all aspects, including that of supplementation. 1) Question: I…

Mosquitoes don’t discriminate.  They bite you, they bite your cat.  But when they sink their teeth into your feline friend, they might cause more than an itch.  Mosquitoes can transmit heartworm larvae to cats.  If these microscopic larvae settle in cats’ lungs, they can cause big health problems.  There’s no cure for feline heartworm disease,…

Stockton Hill Animal Hospital would like to invite you to bring your pets in during the month of May for our American Cancer Society Pet Wash. During the entire month of May we will be providing discounted baths for pets in an effort to raise money for our cause. All profits will go to the…

There are many toxic items that your pet can get into at home. Toxic substances can be found in your cabinets, back yard, or even at your dinner table. Here are a few tips to help keep your pet safe and avoid an emergency trip to the veterinarian. People Food: Foods like raisins, grapes, avocado,…

Spaying or neutering your pet will give you the peace of mind that his or her puppies or kittens will never be euthanized in an animal shelter, experimented on in a testing facility, or die on the streets. Approximately 4 million animals (that’s over 450 animals an hour) are humanely euthanized at animal shelters every…

As pets age their needs change. When their faces start to gray and their steps start to slow, there are ways to ensure your pet’s senior years are comfortable and healthy. Supplements: At Stockton Hill Animal Hospital we carry Resources™ products. These all natural supplements help animals of all ages to feel their best the…

Cats, though they seem very independent, are very sociable animals. Sometimes they will become lonely and bored if owners don’t  spend enough time with them. To minimize the chance of your cat feeling this way, you may want to consider getting another cat. And to minimize the chance of that cat getting lonely, you may…

May 3rd was a very hard day for my family. We had to say goodbye to Rusty, our 8 year old Labrador who had suffered from a cancerous growth in his nose. He was diagnosed with cancer months before and we were expecting that this day would come, but it didn’™t make the pain of…

Summer is coming! The weather is warming up and it’™s time to get your dogs out of the house for some much needed exercise. Did you know that obesity affects more than 50 percent of America’s pet population? If your pooch is overweight, he or she can develop all kinds of health problems, such as…

Above is an incidence map showing cases of Heartworm, Ehrlichia, and Lyme disease present in Mohave County. Each year thousands of dogs contract Lyme disease, Heartworm disease, and Ehrlichia.  Ticks and mosquitoes can be present anywhere, even in your own back yard. Heartworm is transmitted by mosquitoes and is a serious and potentially fatal threat…

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