Fleas, Ticks and Parasites
Q: Is your pet at risk for any of the following:
D) All of the above
A: All of the above (and they ALL can be tough to spot!)
You can’t see your pet’s heart. Is it healthy, or not?
Let’s take a listen! Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today!
You can tell a lot about your pet by looking at them. But one thing you can’t see is their heart. Is it healthy, or not? A pet may have heart disease and even the most observant owners may not realize it.
Heart disease affects pets of all ages. For example, certain breeds of dogs and cats are at a higher risk of heart disease at a young age. In contrast, some pets develop heart disease later in life, concurrent with another illness. And then there are those pets who randomly develop heart disease at any age without any noticeable signs to the owner.
What’s the best way to prevent bone, muscle and joint disease in your pet?
A yearly checkup! Make an appointment for your pet today!
Musculoskeletal disease (disease that affects your pet’s bones, muscles and joints) can affect pets of all ages. They can have aches and pains just like we do. But, because of their survival instincts, they try to hide it. And in the early stages of this disease, it’s hard to spot because your pet may look and act absolutely fine “on the outside.”
But what your pet looks like “in the inside” may be very different. Arthritis, toxins, hormonal abnormalities, infections, blood and blood vessel disorders or inappropriate nutrition can all affect the way your pet walks, plays and moves.
Did you know some of your pet’s behaviors may be related to a hidden illness…and you may not even realize it?
Schedule your pet’s yearly exam today to discuss your pet’s behavior. Let’s check to make sure your pet is healthy!
Nipping. Scratching. Litter box issues. Leash pulling. Meowing at night. Urinating on the floor. Chewing shoes.
Are these behaviors just part of being a “normal” dog or cat, or not?
Actually, some common behavior issues are due to underlying medical problems. And these illnesses are tough to recognize even for the most observant owners.
Pet's Nutritional Needs
Did you know your pet's nutritional needs change throughout a lifetime?
Schedule your pet's yearly checkup today to make sure what you're feeding your pet still provides best nutrition…for best health!
Gluten free. Mature adult formula. Holistic. Grain-free. No by-products. Active formula. All Natural. Farm Fresh.
The words on pet food labels can be confusing. How do you know the food you feed your pet is appropriate for his or her current age and lifestyle?