February Is Nat’l Cat Health Month

While we know that cats believe they should be celebrated every month, it’s important that once in a while we focus on their health. Compared to dogs, cats seem like low-maintenance pets, but they still need regular wellness care. Unfortunately, after their first visits as kittens, most never return to the vet for years until […]

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 […]

National Pet Dental Health Month

This month is National Pet Dental Health Month, which was started to encourage pet owners to be proactive about their pets’ dental health. Without routine dental care, pets develop periodontal disease, which causes smelly breath, infected gums and tooth loss. At its later stages, it can even spread infection to the kidneys, liver and heart. […]

Spay/Neuter Awareness Month/World Spay Day

HEAD: Five Great Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet Now February is National Spay/Neuter Awareness Month/February XX is World Spay Day, and XXXX wants to encourage you to alter your pet. Here are five important reasons why. According to the Humane Society of the United States, between 6- 8 million pets enter U.S. animal […]

National Pet Dental Health Month V2

HEAD: Baby Got Bad Breath? Most pet owners have had that moment: your dog reaches up and gives you an affectionate “kiss” … or your cat rubs her face against yours and ugh. That smell. For many of us, it’s the first indication we have that something’s wrong with our pet’s oral health. Animals tend […]

National Pet Dental Health Month (Blood Screen)

How important is it to take care of your pet’s dental health? By age three, 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some evidence of periodontal disease, which can cause mouth pain, tooth loss, and make eating difficult. At advanced stages, bacteria from the mouth can enter the bloodstream and cause heart, […]

National Pet Dental Health Month

HEAD: February is National Pet Dental Health Month! HEAD: Brushing Up On Your Pet’s Dental Health Every February, the veterinary community celebrates National Pet Dental Health Month by encouraging pet owners to take care of their pets’ teeth. Without proper dental hygiene routines, pets develop periodontal disease, which is the most common disorder affecting our […]