Your Questions Answered About COVID-19 and Your Pet

In these times of uncertainty, it’s natural to worry about your pet’s, and your family’s, health and safety. With the COVID-19 threat escalating, as more people fall ill around the world, a great deal of misinformation based on personal opinions is running rampant. To help separate the myths from the facts, we’ve answered pet owners’ [...]

Feline Infectious Peritonitis: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Cat

Cats can succumb to a variety of feline-specific illnesses, including feline leukemia virus (FeLV), feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), and feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). While FeLV and FIV are seen occasionally, usually in stray cats who have lived outdoors, FIP is, fortunately, relatively rare, because the disease is almost always fatal. What is feline infectious peritonitis? [...]

7 Ways to Help Ease Your Pet’s Anxiety During Veterinary Visits

Many pets become uneasy when they visit the veterinary clinic, whether it’s their regular family veterinarian or an animal emergency hospital. Odd smells, different noises, new pets, and different people all create stress and anxiety. Combine new surroundings with less-than-pleasant experiences, such as vaccinations, nail trims, or ear cleanings, and it’s no wonder that many [...]

How Preventative Care Can Keep Your Pet Out of Our Animal Emergency Hospital

Nothing is more beneficial to your pet’s health than visiting your family veterinarian for routine wellness care. Preventive care is the cornerstone of your pet’s good health and happiness, and is much more than vaccinations. Read the following story to see how annual or biannual veterinary visits are crucial to avoid stressful trips to our [...]

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