"New Respiratory Disease"? Media is doing what media does best and creating buzz. Headlines have increased the number of calls and questions about respiratory disease
We scoured the internet for the most interesting and odd superstitions surrounding pets. Many of these sayings came from ancient times when superstition, rather than science,
As a practicing veterinarian here in the area and a radio show host for Nine Lives with Dr. Kat and Dr. Kat Gone to the
It is so exciting to adopt a new family member, but overwhelming too! Check out these resources to help you avoid common mistakes. New-pet adopter
Because we are a Fear Free Certified facility, we get pets from all over the area that have already learned to be afraid at a
We all have heard that exercise is good for us. We intellectually agree, even if we do not prioritize exercise for ourselves. The benefits to
Have you seen the TV show on BBC called Cats vs Dogs?The show contends that dogs love their owners 5 times more than cats based on
There are things that are great for our pets’ health that have to be done on a repeating schedule, things like tooth brushing and administering medications.
Stinging, biting insects are a part of summer we could all do without, but chances are, if you and your dog spend time outside, you
There are venomous snakes out there and your dog is a nosy character. Let’s face it, he might just borrow some trouble and bug a snake.