Did you know that not everything in your medicine cabinet is safe for your pets? This week we are focusing on some of the most common medications and supplements that can cause trouble for our pets.
If you have a green thumb, then this week is for you! While plants are wonderful and look great, some of them are not the friendliest to our furry friends.
Now that you’ve learned about dangerous food items, what about other household items like bait, cleaners, and other products?
Do you like to feed your pets table scraps? Do you know which foods are safe and which ones are dangerous? Continue reading for more information.
Dentistry doesn’t just stop after a dental cleaning (COHAT)! Just like in humans, proper care at home is necessary to maintain good oral health.
AAHA, the American Animal Hospital Association, strives to create standards that make veterinary medicine and veterinary practices better!
A COHAT is a very involved process that starts at the initial appointment and ends with your pet having a much healthier mouth!
What does “dental disease” mean? Keep reading for some of the terms you may have heard your veterinarian use.
Did you know that your pets need their teeth brushed too? Dental hygiene is just as important to our pets as it is to us. While February is officially National Pet Dental Health Month, we wanted to get a jump start on dental hygiene because it makes for a really good resolution! Brushing If you’ve…
In addition to regular exercise, healthy eating is so important for your pet’s overall health! This week we will dive into choosing a healthy diet and picking a good treat (or making them).