November Is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month

Know the symptoms of diabetes in pets Diabetes in pets is more common than you might think: it’s estimated that approximately 1 in 300 adult dogs and 1 in 230 cats in the U.S. will develop the disease. While diabetes can occur at any age, it’s of particular concern for senior pets—those over 7. Symptoms […]

National Native American Heritage Month

The team at [HOSPITAL] celebrates advocacy for indigenous people and land. We will be closed for the holiday, celebrating gratitude for our staff, families, and community. November is recognized as National Native American Heritage Month. Since 1970, the fourth Thursday in November has represented the National Day of Mourning to raise awareness toward historical and […]

Social Spotlight: Flat Lay Inspiration – Winter Edition

We know it can be tricky to remember to post, or you may often feel like you don’t have enough content. This is where flat lay photos are a great option. These can be as simple as a stethoscope, a cup of coffee, and a clipboard, and the caption “Now taking new patients”! We are […]

Early Prescription Refill Reminder

Our industry has seen some delays in shipments, and we want to ensure your pets stay healthy and happy all fall and winter long! As we move into the holiday season, be sure to refill any medication or prescription diets at least 2 weeks ahead, to ensure your pet doesn’t run out. ????

Gobble Up These Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Careful with turkey & trimmings! Bits of lean meat are fine, but fatty skin, gravy, and drippings can cause pancreatitis. Bones are a choking hazard, as is the twine you used to secure your bird. Stuffing have onion, garlic, nutmeg, raisins, nuts, or mushrooms? It’s a no-no for fido—and felines, too. Make sure centerpieces & […]

Five Pet Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

Non-Boosted [evp_embed_video url=”/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/thanksgiving-safety-tips-slideshow.mp4″ autoplay=”true” ratio=”0.999″] Download Facebook / Instagram Video You may be tempted to give your pets some of your Thanksgiving feast, but many treats we love can make our pets ill. Keep your pet safe with these five tips. Boosted You may be tempted to give your pets some of your Thanksgiving feast, but […]

ASPCA’s Adopt a Senior Pet Month

Text To Pair With Graphic Of Your Choice Older animals have a tough time finding new homes once they end up in shelters. But they make excellent pets, too! When you adopt an older pet, you know what to expect, as they will have grown into their personality already. While many older pets have already […]

National Pet Cancer Awareness Month

One in four dogs will develop cancer during their lifetimes. While cancer is less common in cats, it tends to be harder to detect in our feline friends. Early detection is the key to better prognoses, so routine veterinary exams and screenings are crucial. Your young and adult pets should see their veterinarians every year, […]