Human dietary supplementation is increasingly popular and pet supplementation is on the rise. Do our pets need supplements? Are they effective and safe? Find the answers in our latest post on the topic!
"Is it necessary to bring my pet in for a dental?" Yes! Poor pet dental hygiene can lead to a host of other problems for your pet, many of which are preventable.
Regardless of the unpredictable, strange weather your pup still needs daily exercise.
On December 22nd from 11-3pm Santa and his elf are taking time out of their busy schedule to visit and pose for photos with your pet! This is a fun, free event, and your photos will be posted to our Instagram account for the chance to win a free nail trim. Hope to see you there!
We posted earlier this week that A2AH is now on Instagram. To help everyone get more into the Christmas spirit we've decided to host a pet Christmas costume competition. Check out the box below for details! Competition runs from December 7th-20th Open to staff, clients and the public You're competing for the most
A2AH is now on Instagram and to help get everyone in the Christmas spirit we will be hosting a competition. More details to come this week!
The brain and the spine are the command centers of the nervous system. Chiropractic care aids in keeping the spine in proper alignment and by doing so can relieve nerve pain and help increase mobility in your pet. Check out this post and our website for more about the chiropractic services we offer!
During the holidays many of us gift our pets special treats or toys. The addition of these new items into their lives highlights the importance of staying informed about various recalls.
Advancements in both human and animal medicine have aided both in achieving better health and longer life expectancy. However, living longer also increases our chances of contracting certain illnesses and cancer is one of these. The most common types of pet cancer and other interesting facts are included in this post.
The month of November is national senior pet month. Senior pets are prone to more health problems in the colder months, extra care may be necessary to keep them as comfortable as possible. Physical and behavioral signs that your pet is reaching the senior stage of life are included in this post.