The news is scary and there have been some headlines about the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) being found in a pet dog. Here are the facts regarding
Some pet owners seem to think that as long as their pets seem healthy, they don’t need to go to the vet, but in truth, every
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Another year is on the books. Your resolution for your dog might need to be updated. This (not so simple) resolution is completely worth the effort!
ASK A VET: SHOULD MY DOG WEAR A COAT IN WINTER? (written by Kathryn Primm, DVM originally published by www.iheartdogs.com) There are two camps of people
Applebrook Animal Hospital will be closed on December 24 and 25 to give our dedicated team some time with their families, both four legged and two!
We know that Christmas has its own set of wonders, but we also know it has some dangers for pets. Are they what you thought? 1.
So, our clients all know that we frown on giving "people food" to pets. But we have pets and we know how it is. We love
We will have a tent in the middle of the FUN of Oktoberfest at Cambridge Square. October 19 from 12-5 pm Puppies to adopt! Games to
It is Friday the 13th, so we thought we would have a little fun. We scoured the internet for the most interesting and odd superstitions surrounding