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Brachycephalic Breeds and Their Health

Brachycephalic Breeds and Their Health

Do you have a brachycephalic dog? The term, brachycephalic, defines short-muzzled dog with a flattened face. It is the result of a genetic mutation which alters the way that the bones in their skulls grow. As a result, the shape of their skull is wide and short. This mutation can occur in a wide range […]


Warm Weather Pet Safety

Warm Weather Pet Safety

In the summer months it is very important to think about the way your pet will handle the warm weather. We’ve created a quick guide for any pet owner that wants to keep their furry friends safe during the warmer seasons of the year. Talk With Dr. Erin Haxton or Dr. Elizabeth Hine One of […]


Should Your Dog’s Food be Grain Free

Should Your Dog’s Food be Grain Free?

Your dog is important to you, so it follows that you want to treat him or her right and provide only the highest quality food. This makes sense, as better food will lead to a healthier, happier life for your furry friend. By researching and finding the best dog food, you are doing a favor […]


5 Signs Your Pet Has Asthma

5 Signs Your Pet Has Asthma

Asthma is a common and sometimes debilitating condition that affects millions of humans every day. You may not know, however, that it is also a common problem for many of our pets. The month of May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. Asthma can be a scary condition and, if left untreated, can cause […]


Allergies In Pets, Scratching The Surface

Allergies In Pets, Scratching The Surface

The Humane Society of America estimates that over 60% of American homes have pets. Dogs and cats remain the most common pets in America, accounting for more than 90% of the total number of pets in the country. This trend is quite encouraging as it means humans are showing love to other species more than […]


5 Signs Your Cat Has Diabetes

5 Signs Your Cat Has Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic, and potentially debilitating, condition in cats. The disorder is most prevalent among obese cats, male cats over eight years old, and those on a diet high in carbohydrates. Cases of feline diabetes are on the rise, and given the severity of the condition, it is important to take early measures […]


Tips for Handling Dog Shed

Tips for Handling Dog Shed

We love our dogs, and even thinking about trading them in for a “hair-free home” isn’t an option for most people. Still, the build-up of dog hair shed on literally every surface of your house can be a nuisance. First, it’s important to remember that this isn’t your dog’s fault. All dogs shed because they […]


Five Steps To Managing Your Dog's Weight

Five Steps To Managing Your Dog’s Weight

The new year can be a great time for focusing on healthy resolutions, not just people, but dogs, too. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, roughly 53 percent of dogs in the U.S. are overweight or obese. After being cooped up indoors for months on end and typically eating more than usual, the […]


Keeping Your Pet Safe this Winter

Keeping Your Pet Safe This Winter

You are probably aware that hot weather can be tough on pets, but did you know that winter could be equally as dangerous? It’s true – cold weather, ice and snow, and even ice-melting agents can pose health risks to your animal companion. Meanwhile, a bored dog or cat can chew on houseplants, decorations, and […]


Body Condition Scoring

How do you know if your pet is a healthy body weight? Body condition scoring is commonly used in veterinary medicine to determine if a pet is at a healthy body weight. Body condition can be scored on a 1-9 scale with 1-3 being underweight, 4-5 ideal and 6-9 overweight; or a 1-5 scale with […]


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