What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats?

What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats?

If you own an all-white cat, then you know that nothing is more beautiful than staring into their piercing green or blue eyes! But did you know that these and other light-colored kitties are at a higher risk for developing squamous cell carcinoma? If you are unsure...
Beware of These Garden Toxins

Beware of These Garden Toxins

Springtime means a lot of people are getting back to their yards to tend to their plants. If you are spending time gardening, be sure your pet stays away from these common toxins. Compost — Composting is good for the environment, but not so good for your pet. As the...
What We Want You to Know About COVID-19 and Your Pet

What We Want You to Know About COVID-19 and Your Pet

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked questions and concerns over what this means for pet care. Check out these three facts to help you and your pet stay safe and healthy during this time.#1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 informationWhile you can turn to...
Why Your Puppy Needs Socialization

Why Your Puppy Needs Socialization

Congratulations on your new furry little one! Puppies bring us a lot of joy with their cuteness and playful nature, but it’s important to remember that they depend on us to help keep them healthy. Socialization is a crucial part of their long-term wellness. What...
Tackling Stormy Spring Walks with Your Dog

Tackling Stormy Spring Walks with Your Dog

Spring around here in Danielson can mean scattered showers, which means mud and grit. Before you and your pup brave the gunk outside for a walk, check out our tips for avoiding tracking mud into your home. #1: Check the forecast before walking your dogDreary, gray...