1. Summer Pet Safety

    Long, relaxing days in the summer sun…they’re what so many of us long for all winter long. And while classic summertime activities might be just what the doctor ordered for you, the expert veterinarians at the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) warn some summer favorites can spell danger for our furry friends. "Most people love to spend the warmer days enjoying t…Read More

  2. Celebrate Pet Safety this Memorial Day

    As the unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day is a great excuse to get outdoors. But whether you’re partying, barbequing, or just soaking up some rays, it’s important to keep your pet’s safety in mind at all times. To prevent any Memorial Day mishaps, we’ve put together some tips to help protect animals during the “Dog Days” of the season. Party Smart Barbequing is one of the best pa…Read More

  3. Pancreatitis

    Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas caused by leakage of the digestive enzymes and causing the pancreas to "digest itself." Pancreatitis can be acute (sudden) or chronic (happening over a course of time.) Both acute and chronic forms are serious and can be life-threatening. Middle-aged dogs appear to be at increased risk of developing pancreatitis. Certain breeds are more prone to the …Read More