National Walk Your Pet Month

National Walk Your Pet Month

If you’re one of the 45% of Americans who make New Year’s Resolutions, chances are that weight loss and/or exercising more often is among them. You probably already know about ...

Veterinary Care – Is it necessary?

Veterinary Care protects the health and well-being of both animals and people If you believe you do not need a veterinarian, reconsider. It is important to make sure your animals ...

Dangerous Plants for Holiday Puppies

Is Santa bringing a puppy to someone in your home?  There are many things you need to do with a new puppy and one of the first is to schedule ...

Cat Sickness : Signs Your Cat May Be Ill

Pet’s can’t always tell us where it hurts or that they feel bad. Cat’s can be even more difficult to understand.So we must be our cat’s health advocates. As advocates ...

Pocket Pet Care

If you have a pocket pet (pets such as guinea pigs, hamsters, hedge hogs and others), you have most likely come to recognize that there is a little more to ...

Cat Cancer : 8 Warning Signs for Cancer in Cats

Through all the happiness and joy our cats provide, we hope nothing will ever come to harm them but unfortunately cancer in our feline friends is now common. Since they’re clever at ...

Dog Kidney Disease – Dog Diseases – Greenwood AR

Just like our own, your dog’s kidneys are imperative to their well-being. This organ helps to maintain a natural balance of minerals and fluids in your dog’s body by removing ...

Heartworm Disease – What Pet Owners Need to Know

Caused by the parasite ‘Dirofilaria immitis’, heartworm disease is actually a type of roundworm that settles inside the blood vessels in the lungs as well as inside the heart. For ...

Dog Pain Management

Decades ago, veterinarians believed that pain helped keep dogs quiet so they could heal faster. In addition, the prevailing thought was that there wasn’t any accurate way to know whether ...

August 22nd is Take Your Cat to the Vet Day – Cat Exams

Why the Need for Regular Cat Checkups? In the United States, cats are more popular than dogs yet they get less than half the veterinary care provided to their canine counterparts. ...