What is Your Pet Trying to Tell You? 5 Myths About Your Pet’s Body Language

While every pet owner wishes they were Dr. Dolittle and could better understand their furry pal, we often have to rely mostly on body language to communicate with pets. Occasionally, pets may vocalize to “talk” to their owners, but they mostly communicate among themselves using subtle body-language cues. A little-known fact: Cats usually don’t meow [...]

10 Ways to Help Prepare for a COVID-19 Quarantine with Your Pet

As the world reels from the COVID-19 attack, your daily life is likely in upheaval. The stress, anxiety, and worry you feel can also affect your pet, and cause her to become anxious. To help combat your worries, arm yourself with knowledge about COVID-19. For the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 and your pet, read [...]

Coronavirus Epidemic

Dear Clients, As COVID-19 continues to impact our region, we are committed to keeping our hospital operational so we can continue to serve your pets. However, in order to accomplish that, we must take precautions to maintain a safe environment for our staff and clients. Therefore, we have instituted the following measures: Face Masks: Our [...]

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