Croton Animal Hospital recommends that healthy dogs and cats visit the veterinarian twice a year for a complete exam and laboratory testing. For senior petizens, the frequency of wellness exams should be determined on an individual basis, taking into account the pet’s species, breed and environment. During a wellness exam, your pet will be examined […]

Puppies and kittens are born without teeth. That’s the good news. Six to eight weeks later they’ll develop a full set of baby teeth – and a potential set of problems. The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) recommends that veterinary dental care begin at this early stage, evaluating puppies and kittens for issues related to […]