Do vets Have to Report Abusive Pet Owners?

Posted at April 10, 2021 in Blog by Slava Darozhkin

Although it might be a subject you prefer not to think about, animal abuse is unfortunately rife throughout the United States. So much so, that one animal suffers abuse every 60 seconds. 

10 Holiday Safety Tips for Pets

Posted at March 10, 2021 in Blog by Slava Darozhkin

From Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve, the Winter season brings plenty of holiday celebrations to nurture the bond of pets and their people. But nothing can spoil these merry moments like an emergency visit to a veterinary clinic. 


Hot Under the Collar: Reducing Heatstroke in Pets

Posted at July 3, 2019 in Blog by Slavy Daro

by Brooke Van Dyk   Are you addicted to running, even when it’s hot enough to cook an egg on the sidewalk? Do you power through the heat while you power-walk, regardless of how sweaty you get? Or are you simply looking out for your cat or dog, making sure that they get all the exercise they need? No matter what your reasons, summer exercise is an important tool for keeping you -- and your pets -- happy and healthy. But it’s important to consider the effects that all that sunshine can have on your pooch. Heatstroke in pets can be a serious issue, causing damage to your cat or dog’s health. All pets can suffer from overheating and dehydration....