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All About Periodontal Disease

Recognizing & Preventing Periodontal Disease Without proper dental hygiene, your pet’s gums can become infected and painful.  Bacteria can result in red, swollen gums, eating problems, drooling, bad breath, showing head Read More

Omazing Omega-3s!

Omega-3 fatty acids play a crucial role in animals' bodies. They incorporate into cellular membranes and alter metabolic pathways. They aid in proper growth, development, and have an anti-inflammatory effect Read More

Keep Your Senior Dog Thriving

“Every white hair is one day of experience in being the very best friend you’ve ever had.” – Jaymi Heimbuch Your dog has been with you through thick and thin.  With Read More

When Your Pet is Considered Overweight

Did you know, veterinarians estimate as many as 59% of all pets are obese? There has been an increase in overweight dogs and cats by over 150% over the past 10 years! This Read More

Preventative Care For Your New or Existing Pet

For those families adding new pets to the mix from the holidays, we wanted to remind everyone the importance of having an established veterinarian that can perform routine wellness visits. Read More

How To Maintain Your Pets Smile

Getting a yearly dental cleaning is an important step in keeping your pet healthy. Did you know 76% of dogs and 68% of cats have dental disease? If left undiagnosed Read More

Get Your Pets Mobility Back with Veterinary Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Therapy uses multiple treatments that are non-invasive to rehabilitate patients to become more mobile and pain free. We are pleased to have Dr. McClain on our team; a certified Read More

Get Peace of Mind with a Microchip

Did you know that 1 out of every 3 pets will go missing in their lifetime? Losing your pet may seem like something that could never happen to you but Read More

The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet

Intact (not spayed or neutered) dogs and cats contribute to the homeless pet population each day at alarming rates. As that number grows, so does the number of healthy pets Read More

How Does Acupuncture Help My Pet?

When you think of acupuncture, you might believe it’s only for humans but fortunately, this practice can also be done on pets. Acupuncture is the use of small needles being Read More

Arthritis: When It Could Affect Your Pet

While we might associate arthritis with aging humans, it’s just as common in dogs and cats. Arthritis can affect about 20% of dogs over the age of 1 and 90% Read More

When Is My Pet Really A Senior?

When you think of a senior pet, you might automatically think of a white muzzle and less activity but this doesn’t have to be. Did you know that dogs and Read More

Why is my Pet Anxious?

Like humans, many pets can develop anxiety. And like humans, it can stem from a number of different causes. Anxiety is manifested with similar physiological signs of fear, but they Read More

Beat the Heat

The Summer months can be extremely uncomfortable and very dangerous for people and pets! It's difficult enough simply to cope with rising temperatures, but add in thick humidity and June Read More

Lepto - The Hidden Danger

Leptospirosis is one of those words that people hear about when they take their animals to the Veterinarian, but really what is it, and why are we so adamant about Read More

AMSH Survival Guide: Ferrets

Ferrets; are adorable and those cute little eyes almost get you every time at the pet store. But, do they make good pets? The answer is yes! You just need Read More

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