We wish you all the best
There are at least two sides to the question, but the important thing is that animals go to homes where they are wanted and will be looked after properly.
Your smart phone could capture some valuable clues to help diagnose your pet.
Two of our clients' Golden Retrievers are participating in a large study that aims to shine light on how disease develops over time and what factors, such as lifestyle, may contribute to it.
November is Diabetes awareness month! Diabetes isn't uncommon among both dogs and cats. Take your pet in for regular check-ups and ask your vet if you have concerns about this disease!
Halloween begins a string of holidays that feature a variety of sweets. Keep your pet healthy and safe and away from chocolate and other sweets
Every Halloween (and on several other holidays, for that matter) we see pets show up at the Ann Arbor Animal Hospital who are sick from ingesting candy, so we thought we would post some information that may help you let kids know about the effects of candy and other sweets and their potential to harm your pet...
When you are rudely alerted to the sound or smell of your pet's stool in the house, your first thought might not be, "I need to save some of this!" But please do. Read on to find out why.
As the colder weather and temperatures return, the native rodents consider moving into our homes, and we consider the various ways to deal with them. But before you use a rodenticide, consider the other animals it may affect.
Should you wait until your puppy is six months old to start training, or should you start sooner?