Everything You Need to Know About Bone Fractures in Cats and Dogs

A broken bone or fracture in a pet is a serious medical emergency. Without treatment, your pet could suffer from permanent deformity, inability to walk, infection, or internal bleeding. You should not try to treat a fracture yourself. Instead, you should take your pet to an emergency veterinary hospital for treatment. Here’s everything you need […]

Common Signs of Pet Poisoning

In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, it’s all too easy to overlook the potential dangers lurking within our homes that could harm our beloved pets. From seemingly innocuous household items to certain foods we may not realize are toxic to animals, the risk of pet poisoning is a sobering reality for pet […]

How to Keep Your Pet Safe this Winter

As the winter chill sets in, it’s crucial to prioritize the safety and well-being of our beloved pets. Cold weather can pose unique challenges for our furry companions, from icy sidewalks to freezing temperatures. In this season, it’s essential for pet owners to be well-informed and take proactive measures to ensure their pets stay safe […]

Navigating The Unexpected: How To Prepare For Emergency Veterinary Visits

Just like humans, pets can find themselves faced with unexpected health crises. As a responsible pet owner, you’ll want to ensure you’re prepared when these frightening ordeals strike. We’re here to help you navigate the unexpected with our comprehensive guide to preparing for emergency veterinary visits. Be Proactive, Not Reactive The most important tip when […]

Holiday Health Hazards for Pets 

The holidays are a time of joy and celebration, but they can actually be quite hazardous for your pets. We’re here to shed some light on the hidden dangers of the season for your pet–from dangerous foods to unsafe decorations. Read on to find out how to keep your pets safe and secure this holiday […]

Canine Respiratory Illness

Should you be concerned about respiratory illness in your dog? A mystery canine respiratory illness has been spreading across the nation with occurrences reported in Oregon, Colorado, Indiana, Illinois, Washington, Idaho, California, Nevada, and portions of the Northeast. The symptoms mimic those of kennel cough or canine infectious respiratory disease complex (CIRDC), as respiratory signs […]

The Dos and Don’ts of Pet Toys

Pet toys provide more than just an exciting activity for your beloved cat or dog. They are also an excellent way to keep them mentally and physically stimulated. However, some pet toys can be highly dangerous, leading to unforeseen and potentially life-threatening situations.   The Dos of Pet Toys Choosing the right pet toys and treats […]

Pet Emergencies: What Can Wait & What Can’t

All pet owners are likely to face pet illnesses and emergencies at some point during their pet’s life. Not all pet health issues are emergencies, however, and many can be evaluated and treated by your regular veterinarian. Therefore, you should be aware of the warning signs of a pet emergency, how to prevent them, and […]

Assessing When to Visit the Animal Hospital for an Upset Stomach

You want your pet to always feel their best, so if they’re showing signs of an upset stomach like vomiting or diarrhea, it can feel like an emergency even if it’s not. However, there are times when these symptoms can point to more serious issues that should be investigated by your veterinarian. Read on to […]

Your Guide to Handling a Pet in Respiratory Distress

As pet owners, our pet’s safety and health depends on us. As such, when your pet goes into respiratory distress, it’s vital to understand how to remain calm and take on the situation in an organized manner to ensure the most successful outcome for your pet. It’s important to remember anytime a pet is having […]