Pet Loss: NEW Rainbow Bridge Poem

Working in a veterinary hospital, I meet pet owners everyday who love to share their stories of caring and devotion to their pets. Grieving through the loss of a pet can be one of the hardest things to do in a person's life. The Rainbow Bridge Poem has been circulated a lot … [Read more...]

Raw Food Diet for Dogs and Cats: AVMA Weighs In on the Controversy!

As many pet owners are aware, a controversy has been brewing for many years regarding whether or not feeding a raw food diet to dogs and cats results in a healthier pet. Raw food diets are made up of raw meat, bones, and raw vegetables. These diets are heralded by some as … [Read more...]

Insurance Policy Comparison

Click on the image to view our chart for your pet's insurance policies. Embed Created by: … [Read more...]

Congenital Heart Disease in Cats- ASD

Atrial Septic Defect in the Cat Atrial septal defect (ASD) is a birth defect similar to VSD, just between the atria.  Many times, ASDs are not clinically significant, especially when the defect is small.  As the only defect, ASDs cause left-to-right shunting of blood.  This … [Read more...]

Keeping your Cat Healthy: Getting to the Veterinarian

Cats require veterinary care just as frequently as dogs do. However, the incidence of veterinary care visits for cats is dramatically less than the incidence for dogs. One reason may be the challenge of getting your pet cat to the veterinary hospital. Below is a video … [Read more...]

Brain Disease in Dogs: New Anticonvulsant Therapies are Available!

Several new anticonvulsant drugs have been introduced to treat seizure disease in dogs.  The effectiveness of these drugs has not been well documented for any of these drugs.  They are typically used in situations where the more common anticonvulsant drugs, phenobarbital or … [Read more...]