Of all the tools in your hunting arsenal, your most valuable one (not to mention the most loyal and loving one) is your hunting dog. And whether you take him out to retrieve ducks or flush doves, your dog needs a little extra care to keep him happy and healthy on the hunt.
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.
Our dogs might be our best friends and beloved family members, but that doesn’t mean we always understand them. While some of their behaviors are pretty easy to interpret – tail wagging for happiness, scratching at the door to go outside – others can leave us wondering. This Valentine’s Day
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 the temperatures get colder, you’re having to put on more layers to take your dog for a walk. But should you be putting layers on the dog as well? While dog sweaters and jackets may look adorable, do dogs really need to wear them when it’s cold or wet outside?
It is an unfortunate reality that almost all dogs eventually suffer from arthritis. Worse, dogs are usually very good at hiding the symptoms of arthritis until it becomes very painful — by which time, little can be done aside from trying to manage and mitigate the discomfort.
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.