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Dog Bite Prevention Week 2013

By understanding how our own behaviors and that of our pets may trigger opportunities for dog bite, we can do our part to reduce the number of dog bites, not only during Dog Bite Prevention week, but every […]

Spaying and Neutering: The Responsible Thing to Do

By having your pet spayed or neutered, you can do your part to prevent the birth of unwanted puppies and kittens and enhance your pet’s health and quality of life. Dr. Tony Kremer gives you the facts on […]

Vaccines: Protecting your Pets

Should your pet be vaccinated? Of course! But for why, and for what? Dr. Tony explains the ins and outs of having your pets vaccinated.

Is this Normal? – When to take your pet to the Veterinarian

We can’t ask our pets if they’re feeling okay, so how do we know if something is wrong with them? Dr. Shelly Rubin explains some signs to look for and when it’s necessary to take your pet to […]

Laser Therapy Helps Dachshund Recover From Being Hit by a Car

The patient was hit by a car and presented with a fracture in the pelvis. After two weeks of laser and physical treatment, the patient was able to walk using all four legs without pain! Thank you to […]

Heartworm Prevention For Your Dog, Cat & Ferret

Heartworms (or even a single adult heartworm) can cause a lot of damage to an infected dog. Adult heartworms can grow as long as twelve inches when they are full grown. At that point, they live in the […]

Microchip IDs help return lost pets

The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends the use of microchip identification implants for pets to help raise the likelihood that lost pets will be returned to their owners. Dr. Melissa Feltes of the Care Animal Hospital of Arlington […]

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition in cats and dogs even though it’s completely preventable. Dr. Cindy Charlier explains what periodontal disease is and how we can prevent our pets from getting it

Cat Behavior 101

There’s no doubt that cats make great pets. They’re cute, cuddly and fun! But sometimes they can behave in ways that frustrate owners. Join Dr. Debra Horwitz as she discusses the common problem behaviors in cats and how […]

Rabies: Simple Steps Save Lives

Did you know that every year, more than 55,000 people in the world die from rabies? That’s 1 person every 10 minutes! Learn more about this serious disease, including who is affected by rabies; how rabies is spread; […]