Love Your Pet Day 2021

In honor of the recent #LoveYourPetDay we featured some of our Pet Wellness Clinic team members with their own furry family members. We thought you’d enjoy seeing them!

Preparing for Pet Poison Prevention Month

You may think that as long as your chemical cleaning supplies are hidden under the sink, your pets are largely safe. However, many seemingly harmless household items actually pose deadly threats to your furry ones. In light of March being National Pet Poison Prevention Month, we’re going to identify a few of those items. ​Avocado​ […]

Improving Dental Health at Home

Most of us presume our pets have perpetual morning breath, but ignoring their stinky mouths could be a huge detriment to them. Bad breath may indicate important, underlying issues with your pet’s health. We understand how easy it is to miss, as many of the problems that stem from poor hygiene occur where you can’t […]

Why Get Your Pet A Dental Cleaning Appointment?

Your four-legged friends need to visit the dentist just like you do. Although home care is the first line of defense when it comes to oral health, some animals (especially cats) aren’t crazy about their owners brushing their teeth. Be sure to talk to your vet about how often you should bring your furry loved […]

Cutting the Risk and Cost of Dental Disease

It’s that time of the year again — National Pet Dental Health Month. We have some tips for helping your furry ones keep their teeth clean and healthy. Dental disease affects 70-85% of all dogs and cats older than two years of age. Not only does it damage the gums and teeth, but it also […]

Furry Family Members During Holiday Festivities

Before your family wakes up to see what trinkets Santa left under the tree Christmas morning, be sure you have taken all of the proper precautions to keep your dogs and cats safe this holiday season. Pet Wellness Clinic Medical Director Dr. Kerry Peterson talks with WTHR-TV’s Meredith Juliet about everything from holiday plants to […]

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