A crate is a great tool to use throughout your pet’s life. It’s always a good idea to train your dog to be comfortable being in a crate. It might seem like you don’t need a crate right now, but you might need to board your pet in the future while on vacation, or have
Many people suffer from allergies, whether they have a food allergy, seasonal allergies, or a pet allergy. Proteins found in your pet’s urine and dander can cause a reaction for some people, which can lead to various signs and symptoms. Sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes, and visible rash/hives are a few common signs and symptoms.
Our practice is committed to low stress handling techniques. Here’s why — and how you can help reduce your pets stress. Anytime your pet feels threatened, whether that threat is real or imagined, changes occur immediately within his or her body to prepare for fight or flight. These changes occur because your pet’s nervous system
As the cold months grace us with their presence, it is important to be well informed, so we are able to keep our furry friends safe from possible dangers. We love our pets, and although they may love to frolic in the snow or venture outside with the kids, it may not be the smartest