If You Can’t Adopt a Pet, Help Someone Keep Theirs

The holidays are upon us. But it seems that every day the economic news gets worse. Folks are losing their jobs, losing their homes. Seniors are watching their retirement savings dwindle. Area food banks are reporting record requests for help and rapidly emptying shelves. Many of these people, who can barely take care of themselves, also have pets. [...]

New Year’s Resolution for your Pets

It’s already January and the New Year’s resolutions have begun. Resolutions to eat healthier, lose weight and get more exercise are by far the most common promises we make to ourselves. But this year, why not include your furry companion as part of your resolution? Obesity is one of the most common problems we see as veterinarians. In [...]

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