As we all try and navigate these uncharted waters, we wanted to give you some updates regarding our office policies and procedures. We have made several changes so that we can continue to serve you and your pets AND minimize the risk associated with exposure to you and ourselves.
It is important to help your pets maintain a healthy weight for all the same reasons it is important for people to do so. Being overweight or obese puts your dog or cat at higher risk for certain types of disease, including diabetes.
As we improve our understanding of nutrition and the links between what we put into our bodies and that connection to overall health, it’s only natural that pet owners have increasingly turned their attention to what they feed their dogs and cats.
As veterinarians, we handle these questions all the time. But it turns out, we haven’t always answered them correctly. Years ago, we (and by we, I mean the veterinarians)
The holidays are in full swing, and that means it’s a busy time for everyone. Shopping, travel and parties are at the forefront of everyone’s plans, and many of us like to include our pets in those plans. Taking a few precautions can help ensure the holidays are warm and fun for everyone