Visiting the vet can be an anxiety-filled experience for both you and your pet, should he get sick. IF you’re fearful that your dog or cat might be sick or injured, have a new pet, or are just wondering about proper checkup schedule, here’s a quick guide on determining when you should visit vet.
Chocolate and other unknown toxins
Many of the common plants, flowers, foods and spices that we all have around our home and are perfectly safe for us are actually toxic and in some cases, lethal to our pets. Visit our blog to get a comprehensive list of toxins.
Heatstroke is a very real danger
Here in our area, it’s basically summer temperatures 7 months out of the year and we need to be extra vigilant when it comes to our pets and children. Don’t leave them in the care and make sure they get plenty of water!
Heart worms, fleas, and other parasites can be devastating to dogs and cats. Please make sure to take your new puppy or kitten to the veterinarian right away and discuss the best parasite prevention plan for your pet and family.