OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews
Stop bad breath from coming between you and your dog. OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews provide easy, daily oral care that fights the source of bad breath as well as plaque and tartar. OraVet chews create a preventative barrier on your dog's teeth with an ingredient called delmopinol. The chews also loosen existing plaque and tartar to make it easier to remove when we perform a dental. For more information and a video on how delmopinol works visit oravet.com
5 Toxins to Watch Out For This Fall
As autumn approaches, so do new potential dangers that pose a threat to your dog and cat. Here are the top 5 fall toxins to be on the lookout for as summer ends. Keep your pet safe by keeping these out of reach!
Protect Your Dog in the Autumn Weather
Unfortunately, we sometimes forget that summer pests and diseases continue and may even increase through autumn and winter. It's important to continue to protect your pet. Learn more..
Cat Myths Debunked
Sometimes cats get a bad rap, there are numerous myths abound in the U.S. and for many it's difficult to know what to believe. Fortunately, Pet Health Network is prepared to debunk these rumors that often leave you with the wrong impression about felines. Learn more..
7 Creative Ways to Encourage Your Cat to Drink More Water
1 in 3 cats will experience kidney problems in their lifetimes. Many cat lovers have already had to deal with this issue at one time or another, and may already be aware that dehydration worsen kidney diseases. With that in mind, here are 7 great ways to encourage your cat to drink more water.
How do I Keep My Cat Out of the Christmas Tree?
Having trouble keeping your cat out of the Christmas tree? Keep in mind that the tree makes a tempting target for many curious cats. Here are some tips on how to pet-proof your Christmas tree.
Arthritis and Cold Weather
As the weather gets colder is your dog stiffening up? It could be arthritis.
Learn how cold weather can affect your dog's mobility here..
Hiking with your dog this summer?
Hiking is a great activity for people and pets. Besides the beautiful scenery and fresh air, you get a healthy dose of exercise. Before you set out on a hike with your pet, here are a few things you should know.
Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer: Heat Stroke, Part I
As August approaches, peak summer heat does too. While I still want you and Fido to spend time outside this summer, it's really important to know how to do so safely.
Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer: Heat Stroke, Part II
Regardless of what the temperature or humidity is, always monitor your dog carefully for signs of fatigue or heat stroke. The sooner you notice these signs, the sooner you should stop any form of exercise, cool down your dog, and seek veterinary attention.
Spring is Here! ...Beware the Bug...
Halloween isn't the only time for creepy crawlies. As the weather gets warmer and you spend more time outside, your pets are more likely to be exposed to sometimes-serious infections and parasites. Each year, many pets are diagnosed with diseases carried by insects and parasites. Cost of treatment can be expensive and some diseases can lead to serious illness. Just as bad, many of these diseases can be transmitted to people the very same way our pets get them.
We are looking out for your furry family...read more about flea, tick, and heartworm prevention and ask us today about our current promotion to keep your pets protected!
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