Most people really love the 4th of July; it’s a time to celebrate with family and friends and officially kick off our summer and enjoy some fireworks. Please be aware, however, that your pets will not be enjoying most of these festivities!
I get many questions regarding what someone’s pet should and shouldn’t have, ranging from foods to medications. And although many answers include “in moderation”, there are quite a few that are a sweet, simple, emphatic, “NO”. This is one of those answers! Not just because it can make them sick, but because alcohol poisoning can kill your pet. Here’s why: Continue reading “5 Reasons Why Your Pet Shouldn’t Have a Beer”
Diabetes is a disease we are all too familiar with. It’s so prevalent in people that most of us know at least one person who is dealing with this illness. What some people may not be aware of is that it is very common in animal medicine as well. Continue reading “Special Needs: Caring for Your Pet’s Diabetes”
Being a new puppy owner can be such a wonderful experience. Your puppy is exploring, and being adorably awkward. And naughty… adorably naughty. You’re learning all the ins-and-outs of puppy training, nutrition, and veterinary care. House training is definitely on top of that list! Continue reading “3 Top Medical Issues that Pretend to be House Training Problems”