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.
Now that it’s (finally!) warmer, you’re likely spending more time outside, and so is your dog. And as you start applying sunscreen and bug spray, you may start wondering if your dog also needs this type of preventative care. So for this blog, we’re going to answer questions about summer skin care
She can smell the bone-in ribeyes long before they come off the grill. She’s looking at you and the platter of food with that longing look unique to dogs, waiting for that moment when you put a few pieces of meat and fat in her bowl or, even better, hand her a bone to finish cleaning and eventually
Dogs and cats can be some of the most brilliant creatures on the planet. At times there seems to be no limit to what they are capable of being trained to do. But sometimes they will do things for no good reason that leave us scratching our heads.
Hurricane Harvey just left a mess in Texas, the West is battling huge wildfires, and now Hurricane Irma is threatening Florida and the Southeast. As the largest storm every recorded in the Atlantic, and one that is potentially heading our way, Irma requires some special attention.
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)