Summer might be fading into your rear-view mirror, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a great time with your pup. Whether the two of you relish those crisp outdoor days or prefer enjoying some cozy indoor activities, this time of year boasts an abundance of opportunities that both of you will love. Savor
Preventative Cat Medicine
As the pet parent of a cat, you already know that your favorite feline is independent. Living life on their own terms is a hallmark of virtually every breed. While it is easy to think that your kitty has everything covered and does not need even the slightest bit of help from you, there actually
How Do I Keep My Dog Entertained Inside in Bad Weather or Quarantine?
We have all been faced with this question this year: We are stuck inside for one reason or another – COVID, cold, snow, rain etc. and most of our dogs don’t quite get the mental and physical stimulation that they need. Without the ability to go out to the dog park or for a long
4 Proven Tips to Control Shedding in Cats & Dogs Pets have more empathy and love than most humans, which makes the trouble of controlling their shedding all the more tasking. You often find tons of fur on the floor or couch, where your best friend lies. Is it possible to control shedding? Yes, absolutely!
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
What to Consider When Getting a New Puppy
If you are thinking of adding a member to your family, not only should you be very excited but it is important to be informed! Getting a puppy is a big purchase and it becomes an even bigger responsibility. This tiny little baby is going to be living with you and relying on you! Not
Choosing the right pet food
Your pet’s food is an important factor in their health and wellbeing. This is something you need to be conscious of when you initially add a new member to the family, but also as your pet ages. Take it from some of the best Philly veterinarians, just like people, our pets need to be on
How To Cope With Pet Allergies
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.
As we age, it seems as though day to day tasks get a little more difficult, or it may be that we take two or three medications now, instead of just that daily once-a-day vitamin. Our bones ache a little more in the winter time and it takes us just a few seconds longer to
Understand Your Pets Fear
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