Helping Your Dog Before And After A Professional Dental Cleaning

If your dog has a severe dental infection, then a professional clean will be in order. If you are worried about your pet and how they will react to the procedure, you probably want to know some of the steps that you will be asked to take to ensure that your pet is comfortable during and after the procedure. Here is a guide that you will find useful. Do Not Feed Your Dog Read More 

Does My Dog Need These Vaccinations?

There are several vaccinations that all dogs need. The rabies vaccination is legally required, and there are a core group of additional vaccinations, including distemper, parvovirus, and adenovirus that almost all veterinarians recommend for almost all dogs. The rest of the available vaccinations are non-core vaccinations, which means that your dog may or may not need them. How can you decide whether a particular non-core vaccination is right for your dog? Read More 

3 Things To Understand Before Using Acupuncture To Treat Your Dog’s Anxiety

If you have a really anxious dog who just will not calm down, you can work with your vet to treat your dog. One way to treat your dog's anxiety is with acupuncture. Before treating your dog's anxiety with acupuncture, here are a few things you need to understand about your dog's care. #1 Always Work with A Board-Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist You do not want to take your dog to just any person for acupuncture treatment. Read More 

4 Things New Pet Owners Need To Know About Spay And Neuter Procedures

If you've recently brought home a new dog or cat that isn't yet spayed or neutered, this is a procedure you'll want to consider having done with a trusted veterinarian in the very near future. Specifically, spaying or neutering a pet prevents him or her from being able to reproduce, thus cutting down on unwanted litters and doing your part to control the pet population. If you've never had a pet spayed or neutered before, there are a few things you should know about this surgical procedure. Read More 

5 Tips To Help First-Time Pet Owners Succeed

If you're ready to get your first pet, you're likely very excited about your new adventure. It can be fun choosing a pet and making it part of your family. It's important that you always provide great care to your pet so that you can make a positive impact in their life. Keep reading to learn some helpful tips that will help you be a better pet owner.  Stick to a Routine Read More