Endoscope addition at our practice

Endoscope addition at our practice

We are pleased to announce that we have invested in an Endoscope to be able to help diagnose throat and gastrointestinal issues, remove foreign bodies and take biopsies with less invasiveness and discomfort to our patients, together with avoiding extensive surgery,...
Foreign Body Obstructions

Foreign Body Obstructions

Listen, we get it. Things happen sometimes and your pet gets into things when you aren’t looking resulting in a bone, string, or some abnormal object being ingested. This can lead down the path to an expensive surgery. For this month’s post, we are going to talk about...
Why Does My Pet’s Breath Smell Bad?

Why Does My Pet’s Breath Smell Bad?

What’s that smell? That kind of smell was only noticed after your pet came over to cuddle with you and provide you with some much needed kisses over your face. As our clinic is coming up on Dental Month, we are going to talk about why our pet’s breath smells bad...
Motion Sickness in Dogs

Motion Sickness in Dogs

It’s the most wonderful and chaotic time of the year. Between scurrying for Christmas gifts, traveling, and having a house filled with relatives, it makes a lot of folks wanna puke. Dogs also seem to act more sickly especially during extensive travel. With a lot of...
THE TOXIC THANKSGIVING FEAST

THE TOXIC THANKSGIVING FEAST

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays where we get a chance to all come together and indulge in an amazing selection of foods ranging from sweet potatoes, cranberries, turkey, stuffing, and let’s not forget the pumpkin pie! While we spend this day enjoying...
XYLITOL TOXICITY

XYLITOL TOXICITY

Halloween is close approaching where many kids will soon be bringing home loads of sweets from a night of Trick or Treating and adults will be stockpiling candies and baked goods to give away for said kids. It’s a common time of the year where ones dog might sneak...