All-American Pet Photo Day (July 11)

LET’S SEE YOUR ALL-AMERICAN PET! Today is All-American Pet Photo Day, and if your pet barks, meows, chirps, squeals, squeaks, flies, swims, hops or slithers, this is your chance to show ‘em off! Post a picture of your All-American Pet in the comments below so we can celebrate their awesomeness!

AAHA-Accredited Hospitals Day (July 22)

Why AAHA-Accredited veterinary hospitals are the pick of the litter! The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is the respected accrediting organization for companion animal hospitals in the United States and Canada. July 22nd is AAHA Accredited Hospitals Day, and we’re proud to say [HOSPITAL NAME] is one of those hospitals! What does that mean for […]

July is Adopt A Rescued Rabbit Month

You’re No Bunny ‘Til Some Bunny Loves You Have you ever considered a rabbit as a pet? July is Adopt a Rescue Rabbit Month, and we’re here to tell you they make wonderful companions in the right homes. Rabbits have very distinctive personalities and can be as playful and fun as any puppy—only much, much […]

Don’t Leave Me!

The separation anxiety struggle will be real for your dog when you go back to work While you may be dreaming of the day you can go back to the office, your favorite coffee place, and to some gossipy chit-chat with co-workers, your dog might have serious issues when suddenly you’re gone again. (We say […]

Veterinary Receptionist Week

This week [HOSPITAL NAME] is celebrating our beloved Veterinary Receptionists! Client Service Relations is integral to veterinary hospitals and we are so proud of our team for managing our extreme schedule and high volume admin-related workload with such care and grace. Remember to say ‘Thank You’ to your Veterinary Receptionist this week!

August 22nd is Take Your Cat to the Vet Day

Because Cats Need Regular Vet Care, Too! Cats need regular wellness exams but statistics show that after their initial kitten vaccinations, pet owners tend to take cats to the vet significantly less often than dogs.  Regular exams are just as important for felines as they are for canines.  Cats are very adept at hiding injury […]

February is Dog Training Education Month

Oh Behave! If you’re looking to start the new year off on the right paw with your pet, here are a few basic training strategies to improve your human-canine bond. Got a problem barker? It’s a pretty common issue, but you’ve got to be consistent and patient if you want to make it stop. First, yelling […]