Veterinarian Dr. Carol Osborne joins Jeff to offer tips on keeping your pet safety over the holiday. She has some very specific – and important – advice on decorating as well as plants and foods to avoid. Listen to Dr. Carol on Need to Know with Jeff Angelo The holiday season is here and that…
Happy New Year for 2021/ 2022. I personally want to wish everyone a great new year and happy holidays from everyone at Chagrin Falls Veterinary Center & Pet Clinic and Dr. Carol’s Pet Supplements. Holidays promise joy and celebration, but the festivities can also lead to stress and anxiety for people and pets. It is…
Wintertime Safety Tips for Dogs and Cats can be challenging, but to keep our dogs and cats healthy and happy you should know the following. The cold weather often brings a slew of potential problems to avoid when it comes to keeping Fido and Fluffy out of trouble. Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM offers a few essential safety tips to get your furry friend through these frigid months without a trip to the vet’s office.
During these chilly, winter months, it can be challenging to keep our dogs and cats healthy and happy. The cold weather often brings a slew of potential problems to avoid when it comes to keeping Fido and Fluffy out of trouble. Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM offers a few essentials to get your furry friend through these frigid months without a trip to the vet’s office.
For most of us the holidays are a time to eat, drink and be merry with good friends and family. Our resident pet expert, the holistic veterinarian and author, Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM, offers pet lovers tips to refresh your pet IQ and offers some helpful hints so this Thanksgiving Holiday is joyous for you and your family as it is for your canine and feline companions.
Here are 6 ways to avoid the vet’s office this winter: During these cold months it can be challenging to keep our pets healthy and happy. The cold weather often brings a slew of things to watch out for when it comes to keeping Fido and Fluffy out of trouble.
Pet Winter Time Safety Tips for Dogs & Cats: Each year as the seasons change, outdoor temperatures drop and the snow starts to fly, it’s a good time for ..
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.
Pet Wintertime Hazards and SafetyTips. Along with the end of the Holiday rush, for many of us this New Year, also brings winter’s chilling snow and frigid temperatures.
The Consumer Specialty Products Association along with the Humane Society Legislative Fund made a joint announcement on December 13, 2012 that antifreeze and other engine and radiator coolants manufactured in all 50 states will now contain a bitter flavoring agent.
Each year as the seasons change, outdoor temperatures drop and the snow starts to fly, it’s a good time for pet owners to refresh their Wintertime Pet Health Quotient (HQ) so their dogs and cats can all enjoy the slopes and season safely
Pet lovers whose dogs and cats have to endure the cold winter weather may want to brush up on their wintertime pet health IQ to help keep Fido and Fluffy warm and safe while frolicking in the snow.
Wintertime Safety Tips. Avoid the Pet ER this Holiday Season! Winter is a time of cold weather festivals, holiday parties, and changing weather.
Wintertime Hazards for Canines
To make enough energy to stay warm, outdoor dogs burn 50 percent more calories in the winter so they can make enough energy to stay warm. Their food must be increased accordingly. Normal rectal temperature for a dog is 100-102F, classically 101.5F is the average.