Dr. Carol appears on Fox and shows you summer gear to help your pets beat the heat!
How cool would it be to be a vet when you grow up? You’d get to be around cute animals all day long and help keep them safe and healthy. But what is it really like to be a vet?
Dr. Carol Osborne was interviewed recently by Dog Time on the subject of helping your pet age well. This is a great little Q & A session.
Dr. Carol Osborne explained how you can tell if your pet is overweight and she also showed Fox 8’s Stefani Schaefer some fun ways to help your pet shed a few pounds.
Many northeast Ohio dog owners are concerned now that the dog flu has been found in the Buckeye State. But there are ways to protect your pet, Dr, Carol, explains to 19 Action News
When your four-footed friend has a serious health condition like cancer, kidney disease or epilepsy, it’s only natural to consider all the options.
The Dog Hormonal or Canine Endocrine System is made up of seven glands that release substances called hormones which travel in the blood stream and go to other parts of the body in order to stimulate a response.
Seventy-five percent of feline eye tumors in cats are malignant, aggressive forms of cancer (in dogs the ratio is reversed, 75 percent of tumors are benign and do not spread or become life-threatening)
Dog Flu: Today most dog owners want a pro-active strategy to protect their pet’s health. That’s especially true when outbreaks of contagious diseases like Dog Flu are lurking in your neighborhood.
Celebrity Veterinarian Dr. Carol Osborne recently appeared on Fox & Friends in a special segment on Helping your Dog Shed Pounds and keep off the weight. She gave away The Whistle Activity Monitor for Dogs too!
Traditional medicine is well established however holistic alternatives are natural and very effective for many ailments in pets.
Dr. Carol Osborne sat down with Veterinary Economics Magazine and discussed advances with cracking the genetic code of Fido to not only reveal the family history, but also the health history of your dog.
There are so many reasons to love winter – snow, ice skating, Christmas lights and decorations, winter break in school – but for dogs left out in the cold, the season can turn deadly.
A mother-daughter veterinary clinic is offering Northeast Ohio patients an integrative approach to traditional pet care treatment options.
Experts say dogs living with humans apparently can get infected. Although the Ebola virus itself has not been found in dogs, antibodies have been detected in their blood, which suggests dogs had survived infections.
Tell us what your business does: The center is the only one of its kind in Northeast Ohio, offering an integrated approach to pet health and wellness for several reasons. First, clients who recognize that both conventional and alternative medicine can play an important role in the treatment of both sick and well animals are…
My name is Billy Bower. I had been going to a regular veterinarian all my life. I was very scratchy , itchy and could not lose weight
Opened just five months ago, the Chagrin Falls Pet Clinic is gaining attention for its innovative integrative wellness for pet dogs and cats.