Iris, a Borzoi Sighthound, was everything her owner Meaghan had hoped-- until she wasn’t quite herself one evening. A life-threatening illness proved to be the culprit, and quick action was required to save Iris' life.
It's turning out to be another crazy year for one of the little vampiric and potentially disease-carrying pests of the Michigan spring and summer.
You may be anxious about your pet's surgical procedure for many reasons. We'd like to take a few minutes to describe our protocols and hopefully ease your mind about what to expect.
Determining that your pet has ingested something poisonous, and how much, is not so simple as finding an empty bottle marked "poison".
Over half of the cats in the U.S. are overweight or obese. Is yours one of them?
You've had a tough day at work, you turn the key and a mob of overjoyed, energetic and panting dogs rushes you. Such a greeting! Like they've been desperately waiting all day for you to walk through the door, but wait... what is that smell?! Yep, it's your dog's breath.
Matted and framed memorabilia featuring Tom Brady, Michigan Stadium and more.
Edmund, our February pet of the month, is a rescue pit mix who is a rising Instagram star!
Even though it is scary, pet cancer is actually extremely common and a cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence for your cherished pet. Read on to learn about warning signs and possible treatments.
Kipper is our January Pet of the Month. He is a Therapaws therapy dog and often visits schools to help students!
Check out the Santa pet pics from our photo session event we hosted!
Meet gentle Opal our December Pet of the Month
Santa is coming to Ann Arbor Animal Hospital on December 13th for photos with your pets!
It's hard to believe that Thanksgiving is here! We would like to take this opportunity to remind our clients of a few pet safety tips.
Staff development meetings will take place on Nov. 8th and 9th. This may lead to longer than usual wait times.
Meet Stella, the independent Pembrooke Welsh Corgi! She is our November Pet of the month!
October's Pet of the Month is spunky Rio. He's a dapper Portuguese water dog and is quite the cookie monster!
Perhaps one of the worst manifestations of canine cancer is hemangiosarcoma. A pet can look perfectly normal until suddenly the tumor can burst, spreading cancer, throughout the body and incapacitating a healthy pet in a matter of days or hours. We bring you a heart wrenching story of just such a case in order to raise awareness of this insidious and often fatal disease.
It is with a heavy heart we bid adieu to Julia Levitt Dog Training here at A2AH. Julia will however, continue to offer her in-home boarding and training services.
There are several breeds of dogs that owners will consider altering (docking tails or cropping ears among them). Tail docking is often done for safety reasons while today, ear cropping is usually a stylistic choice of the owner. For the purposes of this post we will focus on the practice of ear cropping and the pros and cons of the issue.