• The Dog Days of Summer

    Summer is in full swing and this year could make for some great family beach days and cook-outs. During this season, our four-legged counterparts...
  • Supporting Health for All Ages

    We often think of veterinary care only when our animal friends' become obviously sick. Thankfully, there are many ways in which we can support and...
  • The Cat's Meow – What Your Pet's Voice Tell Us About Their Health

    The character of your pet's vocalizations and how talkative they are can give us indications of their overall health as well as what organs are more likely to be meeting challenges if they are becoming unwell. Anytime you notice a change in your pet's voice, they should be checked by your veterinarian for signs of illness. Even when no obvious cause is seen, the way in which the voice has changed and its character can be used to learn what needs to be supported for balance to return to the body. 
  • The Times They Are a-Changin' – Emotional Support For Our Animal Friends

    As we plunge into the summer months and return to the hustle and bustle of our pre-pandemic way of life, it is important that we think of how these changes affect our animal friends. Many of us will take the opportunity to plan vacations and socialize more but a return to "normal life" and a change in routine can stress our pets.
  • Say Goodbye to Kibble for Better Health

    When I first started practicing, it was pretty obvious that dry kibble was something to be avoided whenever possible. Most were made of low-quality ingredients, contained sugars, preservatives, pesticides and other chemicals. I became amazed to see how much my patients' health could be improved by simply switching them to a fresh food diet.