Protecting your pet from rabies is easy and affordable. Learn about the rabies vaccine and why it’s important.
Ticks: A Big Problem for You & Your Pet
Protecting your pets from ticks starts with understanding their lifecycle, which disease they can spread in less than 10 minutes, and what routine test your veterinarian can run to detect it.
Don’t Let These Dangerous Plants Ruin Your Holiday
These dangerous holiday plants are not ho-ho-ho. They are a no-go. Get the list, plus find out what happens if your pet eats one.
Danger Ahead! Avoid These Toxic Foods for Pets
Get our checklist of dangerous foods plus what symptoms they can cause in your dog or cat.
Your Pet’s Skin, Coat, and Paws Need Care
Your pet’s skin, coat, and nails are essential to their overall health. Know what signs to look for and when to contact a veterinarian.
Keep Your Pet’s Ears Clean and Healthy
Ear disease in dogs and cats can develop for a variety of reasons including ear mites, ear infections (bacterial or yeast), and allergies.
Turn Lost Into Found with a Microchip Pet ID
A tag on a collar can easily fall off and be lost. We recommend a microchip for every pet!
Keep Your Pet Healthy and Happy with an Annual Physical Exam
Identify potential problems with a nose-to-tail annual wellness physical exam.
The Benefits of Annual Heartworm Testing
It is important to test annually for heartworm and tick-borne diseases to ensure your dog is healthy.
Warm Weather Means More Outdoor Fun… and More Fleas & Ticks
While fleas and ticks are a year-round threat, they are most prevalent during the summer months because they thrive in warm weather and high humidity. Protect your pets this summer!
Is Your Pet Scooting?
Left untreated, anal gland infections result in infection and potentially painful wounds. Anal gland expression is the solution.
Minor Medical Care – Eye Package
Eye disease in dogs and cats can develop due to a variety of causes and successful treatment involves properly identifying the cause of your pet’s signs.
Minor Medical Care – GI Upset Package
Because signs of gastrointestinal (GI) disease often look the same regardless of the cause, successful treatment involves properly identifying the cause of your pet’s signs.
Minor Medical Care – Urinary Package
Because signs of urinary disease often look the same regardless of the cause, successful treatment involves properly identifying the cause of your pet’s urinary tract condition.
Minor Medical Care – Skin Package
Signs of skin disease often look the same regardless of the cause, so successful treatment involves properly identifying the cause of your pet’s skin condition.
Tapeworm Deworm 101
Though one treatment is usually all that is necessary to treat an infection, the only way to prevent your pet from getting tapeworms is consistent flea prevention.
Roundworm Treatment 101
Early prevention can help control this common intestinal parasite.
Traveling with Your Pet?
Focus on the fun while we help you with some of the logistics of pet travel, such as pet health certificates for domestic US travel.
Nail Trim 101
Nail trimming is an essential part of regular pet health maintenance.