What diet is best for your dog? Since there are a wide variety of pet food options out there, this question can be difficult to answer. Nutrition is a critical component in dog wellness and is directly related to behavior; therefore what you choose to feed your dog is not a decision that should be […]
The duration of immunity conferred by vaccination is different for the various diseases for which your dog is immunized. The DHPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus) vaccine is protective for 3 years after the first adult booster. Some rabies vaccines are also protective for 3 years after the first adult booster. The Leptospirosis vaccine protects […]
Flea protection *Capstar – eliminates all fleas on your pet for 24 hours, given upon entry and discharge to ensure a flea free enviroment. *Frontline – topical flea control *Comfortis – oral monthly flea control Internal Parasite Control *Interceptor – controls heartworms, hookworms, round worms, and whip worms. For monthly protection, when your pet is […]
With routine blood work a veterinarian can ensure your pet’s internal system is working correctly. Blood work can uncover unapparent illness or serve as a healthy baseline per reference when your pet becomes ill. It is always a good idea to do routine blood work to know your pet is healthy inside and out.
The following are some of the most common household items, people foods and plants that are poisonous to pets. This is NOT an all inclusive list; if your pet ingests any of the following seek veterinary care immediately. Household Poisons Ant and Roach baits Most of these insecticide products are non-toxic to animals. Two exceptions […]