Tis the Season for Holiday & Food Do’s & Don'ts

Tis the Season for Holiday & Food Do’s & Don’ts

This year’s stubborn pandemic promises to upend the holiday habits and traditions of many — and that increases concern among leading veterinarians. “Before this pandemic, people would have concerns about houseguests feeding table scraps that may be unhealthy or even dangerous to their cats,” says Jason Nicholas, BVetMed, a veterinarian and pet safety advocate in…

Pet Food Recall - Sportsmix Pet foods with Corn causing Fatal Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats

ALERT: Pet Food Recall – Sportsmix Pet foods with Corn causing Fatal Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats

Sportmix Pet food and Midwestern Pet Food,  both made in Oklahoma have been recalled by the FDA. Deadly levels of Aflatoxins have been found in the corn contained in these pet foods. Aflatoxin is a toxin produced by the mold Aspergillus flavus. It it toxic to  the liver of dogs and cats.As of January 11,…

Howling Thanksgiving Pet Holiday Tips for Dogs & Cats

Howling Thanksgiving Pet Holiday Tips for Dogs & Cats

Relax, enjoy and celebrate this holiday with your family, friends and dogs and cats.  That’s the way most of us remember the Thanksgiving holiday. Unfortunately, 2020 has been an unusually tough year as we struggled to ward off Covid-19, stay healthy and remain employed. The stress alone is overwhelming! Stress doesn’t just affect people, it…

Pets and the COVID-19 - Coronavirus Pandemic

Pets and the COVID-19 – Coronavirus Pandemic

What are pet owners most important considerations to keep their pets safe from the Coronavirus pandemic and how to stay busy with pets and live while under quarantine. The current coronavirus pandemic has alarmed pet owners worldwide. Experts continue to believe that pets, including dogs and cats are not able to become infected nor are they able to transmit the COVID-19 disease to people.

Corona Virus

Your Pet’s Health & the Corona Virus Pandemic

What risk does COVID-19 pose to Dogs & Cats? Currently, according to the U.S. Center for Disease Control [CDC] there is no evidence that pets, specifically dogs and cats can transmit the Corona virus causing COVID-19 to people. The Center for Disease Control does, however, recommend minimizing contact with pets for individuals currently experiencing signs of COVID-19.

Dr. Carol - Coronavirus News Flash to our Patients

Dr. Carol – Coronavirus News Flash to our Patients

A quick email to update you on the current protocol we have adopted in the face of the coronavirus concerns that are shared by all. Dr. Carol wants to ensure you that she is taking steps to be extra vigilant all throughout our Veterinary Clinic and has put many safeguards in place to protect our pet patient parents, and our staff.