Tick season has officially hit Pennsylvania with a bang. As many of you already realize, this tick season is going to be one of the worst we have had in a long time. Unfortunately, not only are they a nuisance, but they carry multiple diseases that our pets can become very ill from. The most prevalant is Lyme disease which can cause symptoms ranging from joint pain and lethargy to kidney failure or inflammation in the brain and spinal cord. Continue reading Tick Season Hits PA
Carter was one of my favorite patients. He is, of course, extremely cute. I know its hard to believe, but his personality is even cuter! He was visiting us for the day for his surgery. We would take him out of his cage to work with him or just to cuddle. He would give hugs and kisses and make us smile. Continue reading Carter Just Wasn’t Ready to go Home
Ever have one of those days when you don’t want to get out of bed, you dont want to go to work, you just dont want to do anything? I had one of those days yesterday. I was in a horrible mood and I couldn’t talk myself out of it. I love my job and have an undying passion for my work, but today, none of that mattered, I was GRUMPY. Continue reading Puddles to the Rescue!
If you’ve been following our blog the last few weeks, you are now experts on the importance of routine dental care and the signs of periodontal disease. However, now your probably wondering what you can do for you pet to prevent them from developing dental disease. Well that’s exactly what this blog is all about. Continue reading How to Prevent Periodontal Disease