- American Veterinary Medical Association
- Ear Care
- Emergency Care
- Spay & Neuter
Anesthesia and Your Pet
While the idea of your pet being under anesthesia can be stressful, rest assured that the care and well-being of your pet is the first thing on your veterinarian’s mind. In this video, Dr. Jusmeen Sarkar explains the ins and outs of anesthesia and your pets.
AVMA TV: CPR for Pets
Administering CPR to your pet is a situation that no owner wants to be faced with, but needs to be prepared for. In our latest episode of AVMA TV Dr. Janet Olson, veterinary cardiologist and President of Basic Animal Rescue Training, covers everything you need to know to administer CPR to your pet.
Ear Care for Cats
Proper maintenance and regular cleaning of your cat’s ears is essential for their well being. Dr. Julia Georgesen tells you how to clean your cat’s ears and what you need to be on the look out for when cleaning.
Ear Care for Dogs
Dogs’ ears come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes. But no matter the shape, all dogs can get ear infections. That’s why proper ear care is essential for all dogs. In this video, Dr. Julia Georgesen tells you all about a dog’s ears and how to properly clean them.
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 heart and lungs which cause a dog to go into heart and lung failure.
It is much easier to test your dog for heartworm and keep him or her on a preventative than to lose your dog to this deadly but easily preventable disease.
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 the veterinarian.
Obesity and Your Pet
We love our pets, and one way we tend to show it is by giving our pets treats, because who doesn’t like a nice snack? While an occasional treat is just fine, it’s important to know that food doesn’t equal love. And while it might not be our intention, we’re adding to a growing problem in our pets… obesity.
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; how to recognize a rabid animal; and how to protect yourself and your pets from rabies.
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 why having your pet surgically sterilized is the responsible thing to do.
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.