By Dr. Lindsay Laird It’s that time of year again the flowers are blooming, the weather is warmer , people are sneezing, and pets are itching. Spring is definitely here and unfortunately that means allergy season has arrived as well. In people, seasonal...
By: Dr. Leslie Carr Every year I get the questions: “Do I need to keep my dog on Heartworm prevention through the winter?” “Do I need to keep my older dog on heartworm prevention?” “Does my cat need to be treated?” The short answer is yes. And, there are many reasons...
Tick season is upon us. Not only are ticks nasty little creatures that suck blood, but they transmit several different diseases. Most people are familiar with Lyme Disease in this area. Dogs get Lyme too. They are also susceptible to Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and...
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20 years ago today so many brave men, women, and four-legged heroes made the ultimate sacrifice to save lives.
Today we are honoring all service dogs who were a part of the search and rescue team at Ground Zero. These heroes worked tirelessly climbing huge piles of debris while fires still smoldered. They were searching for any signs of life or human remains.
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