What You Need to Know About Protecting Your Pup from Parvo
25 March 2020
If you recently acquired a puppy, you undoubtedly want your new pet to live a long, healthy, and happy life. Unfortunately, puppies sometimes lose their lives to diseases such as Parvo before their first birthday. Although you should get your puppy vaccinated as soon as possible, it's important to realize that you should nonetheless take certain additional precautions.
Vaccines do not provider immediate immunity — full protection may take as long as two weeks from the time of the vaccine, and your dog will have to one booster four weeks after the initial vaccine and an annual booster shot after that.
Veterinarian Hospital Vs. Clinic. Where Should You Take Your Pet?
5 February 2020
The health and welfare of your pet is your number one priority. When they get sick or need specialized treatment, it may be hard to decide who to call first, your local vet or a veterinarian hospital. So, what's really the difference? Here are a few examples and also an overview of some of the services they both offer. This should make your decision a little bit easier.
Checkups and General Medicine
Worried About Boarding A Nervous Dog? 3 Tips To Have A Good Experience
27 January 2020
Bringing your dog to a boarding kennel can come with some extra challenges when your dog gets especially nervous in new settings or simply in the setting of a boarding facility. While there's a lot you can do to make sure that your dog is comfortable by wearing them down before getting dropped off, there's a lot of extra things you can do to make sure that your dog is likely to have a good experience instead of feeling especially nervous while you're gone.
Your Pet Depends On You, See A Vet When They Are Not Acting Normal
14 January 2020
Unlike a child, a pet cannot tell you what is wrong with them. Quite often they will not even act strange or show signs of being sick until it has gotten bad. With all the information available on the internet, websites, and social media, it can be tempting to try to diagnose the problem and take care of it yourself. Unfortunately, the information is not always accurate. The best thing to do when you notice your pet is not behaving as normal is to see a veterinarian.