Most pet owners assume they would know if their pets were in pain. But most people don’t actually know the signs of discomfort in animals. And the other tricky thing is that dogs and cats tend to hide their pain. They are “wired” to do so because out in the wild, if they show weakness, they could be... Continue reading
The dog days of summer will be upon us soon, and that means it’s time to brush up on our safety tips to keep your furry family member safe throughout the season. Every year, emergency rooms across the country receive many cases in which dogs and cats are suffering from heat stroke or burned paws, among... Continue reading
When it comes to the safety of your loved ones, including your furry family members, it’s best to be prepared—really prepared. You can do many things before natural disaster strikes, and there’s no better time than now to put together a disaster plan for your pets.
Never Leave Your Pet at Home
If a... Continue reading
National Kids and Pets Day is celebrated on April 26 every year to recognize the special bond between children and pets. As veterinarians, technicians, and administrators working in the veterinary industry, we’ve all experienced the love of a pet. In fact, it’s probably safe to say that all of our... Continue reading
“My dog kept licking his nose… My cat was rubbing his face on the ground constantly… My dog had a bloody nose.”
These are real statements from the owners of our Pet Hero pets that received treatment for nose cancer. Nasal tumors are found in the nasal cavity and the paranasal sinuses, and affect... Continue reading