Your furry family members deserve monthly heartworm prevention, flea and tick control, and intestinal parasite control. There are multiple products available for each of these and our veterinarians and technicians can help you determine which option is best for your pet.
You can help keep your pet safe by getting them a microchip. After implantation, we register the microchip for you. Even pets that only live indoors can escape at some point (busy holidays or natural disasters such as fire). A microchip would greatly improve the chances that your beloved pet would be returned home safe and sound. All shelters and veterinarians can easily scan your pet for a microchip and then reunite them with you.
Feeding and Nutrition
Proper nutrition is an important component of your pet's wellness regime. Obesity is the number one health threat most animals face on a daily basis. Obesity is a huge risk factor for many diseases including diabetes, joint disease, heart disease, pancreatitis, etc. You should observe your pet's daily eating habits and any patterns of fluctuations in weight and appearance. Report any significant variations to us and we can give you advice about amount and type of food necessary. Also remember, the recommendations on each bag of food for amount to feed are based on the average pet. Each pet is different, so this amount may need to be changed depending upon how your pet responds.
Observe Your Pet's Behavior
You know your pet better than anyone else! If there are changes in their behavior that concern you, consult our veterinarians. Behavior changes can be an early sign of some diseases.