UPDATED COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

We are currently offering both curbside and in-hospital appointments. When you arrive, please park in a spot without a cone. There will be signs with phone numbers to call or text to let us know where you are parked. A staff member will contact you shortly with further instructions. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we get through this time together.

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Make Pet Dental Care a Priority in 2022

Make Pet Dental Care a Priority in 2022

You know dental care is important for your furry pal, but did you know it’s so important? We think it should be on every pet owner’s New Year’s resolutions list. If regular pet dental care didn’t make your top resolutions for 2022, here are four reasons to convince...

How to Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling

How to Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling

National Pet Travel Safety Day falls on January 2, so there’s no better time to learn how to hit the road or head to the skies with your four-legged friend. Follow our guide to travel safely with your pet.   Ensure your pet’s identification is up to date before...

Cold Weather Safety Tips for Pets

Cold Weather Safety Tips for Pets

Winter is coming, and with it comes hazards for your furry pal. Check out these tips to keep your pet safe and warm during this chilly season.   #1: Bathe your pet as little as possible during cold winter months Bathing your pet too frequently strips away...

Is Your Pet at Risk for Diabetes?

Is Your Pet at Risk for Diabetes?

It's National Pet Diabetes Month! With an estimated one in 300 dogs and one in 200 cats developing the disease during their lifetime, it’s important for all pet owners to recognize the potential risk factors and signs.    What factors put my pet at risk for...

5 Myths about Cancer in Pets

5 Myths about Cancer in Pets

This November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and we want to reveal the truth behind common myths about cancer in our furry friends. It's important to learn what really happens when a pet develops cancer and undergoes treatment as we debunk some pet cancer...

How To Train Your Dog To Walk Calmly

How To Train Your Dog To Walk Calmly

Many dog owners want their pets to walk calmly on a leash. This can be a challenge for dogs who are naturally energetic or excitable. While some owners cannot discipline their animals enough, others have difficulty keeping their dogs focused enough to keep calm while...

How To Keep Your Pet at a Healthy Weight

How To Keep Your Pet at a Healthy Weight

We all want our animals to be healthy. Pets are part of the family, and like all family members, they should be taken good care of. Often times protecting your pet’s health is one of your top priorities. Here are three ways to help your puppy maintain a healthy...

6 Tips To Being A Responsible Dog Owner

6 Tips To Being A Responsible Dog Owner

Whether you've been a dog owner for years or just adopted your first pup, there are some important things to remember when taking care of your four-legged family member. Becoming a responsible dog owner ensures that you're providing the proper care for your pet while...