Spring Dangers for Pets
As the weather starts warming up, you and your pets are likely to be outdoors more and more. Remember toRead more.
What you need to know about ear infections in dogs and cats
As a primary care veterinarian, ear infections are one of the most common problems I encounter. Although some animals goRead more.
February is National Pet Dental Month
No one likes to go to the dentist, and dogs are no exception. But like humans, pets also need routineRead more.
Valentine’s Day gift ideas for your furry loved ones
Our pets give so much and ask for so little in return. Show them how much we love and appreciateRead more.
Do cats get colds?
Unfortunately, like us, our feline friends can get colds too. In fact, a cold or upper respiratory infection, is oneRead more.
Starting Out the New Year on the Right Paw
So you’ve made your New Year’s resolutions and you’re ready to start fresh in 2018. But have you thought aboutRead more.
Keep Your Pets Safe this New Year’s Eve
Every year pets throughout the country are lost or injured during the New Year’s Eve festivities. Here are a fewRead more.
Winter Safety Tips: How to keep your pet safe when the temperature drops
1.Stay indoors Just like us, your pet can be susceptible to the cold. That means your pet should be indoorsRead more.
Dr. Ruth’s Holiday Gift Ideas
It isn’t always easy to find the “purrfect” gift for your pet. With so many options available, how is aRead more.