Veterinarians see a lot of patients with ear infections. In fact, it’s the second most common reason for a client visit, according to pet health insurer, VPI Pet Insurance. With ear problems prompting so many trips to the vet, should ear cleaning be a necessary part of grooming your pet? There are signs to watch […]
It’s important to get your pet microchipped; but it’s just as important to make sure that microchip contains the correct information in order for your four-legged friend to get home. That’s why the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) are teaming up to encourage pet owners to update their […]
We understand that it is not always possible or desirable to bring your pet into our office for an examination. Perhaps your pet is too sick to travel, is frightened to leave the house or visit the hospital, or maybe you simply can’t come in. Regardless of the situation, we are happy to dispense our […]
This two acre park features separate big and small dog areas, a doggie drinking fountain, poop bag stations and seating areas. With its sloping landscape and a dog “playground” with boulders for climbing, this park is especially good for dog exercise. 235 Cedar Lane Ossining, NY 10562 Ossining, New York – NY US Size: 2 […]
When the record-breaking EF-5 tornado tore through the heart of Moore, Okla., the afternoon of May 20, many pets were home alone, their owners not yet back from work. “If they weren’t in arm, they were pretty well dispersed,” says Leslie Cole, DVM, chair of the disaster issue committee with the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association. […]
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Please don’t leave your pets in the car. It gets extremely hot in the car, even when it seems nice outside!