As we make New Year’s resolutions to get healthier, it is also important to remember our animal companions.
With the colder and damper weather upon us, this is the time of year that presents challenges to our animal companions with creaking or hurting joints. There are highly effective changes we can make that help relieve worsened inflammation during these colder months.
With Halloween just around the corner, it’s a good time to address holiday safety issues for our animal companions.
With the arrival of Animal Pain Awareness Month, it’s an excellent time to remind animal guardians look at a more holistic, complete perspective on health as a means to pain management.
With the coming of pet cancer awareness month, there is not a more important time than now to discuss the holistic perspective on it.
One of the more common questions received in the veterinary clinic is whether dogs should be on year-round heartworm prevention, even in the winter and colder months. Over 20 years ago I was taught in veterinary school that the average ambient temperature had to be 65 degrees or higher for 30 days in a row for mosquitoes to become infectious and transmit heartworms to dogs. In most areas of the country this […]