The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) and the Michigan Board of Pharmacy has re-categorized this medication as a controlled substance effective January, 2019. This may affect a prescription refill you have.
We often underestimate how quickly dental disease can take hold because most of us are in the habit of taking care of our teeth every day. Our cats and dogs are not much different in their oral health needs: daily brushing is key to avoiding severe periodontal disease which leads to loss of teeth and very bad breath.
Bad breath can be just a symptom of a more serious problem. It's National Pet Dental Health Month, and we encourage all pet owners to pay some extra attention to their pet's teeth this month.
The cold weather frequently makes trips outside something less than pleasant, for both us and our pets. Here are some things to be aware of so you can avoid any extra difficulties in the cold.
January often brings resolutions to improve our health and the usual plans to eat better, exercise more, and shed some pounds. Statistics show many of our family pets could use more exercise and some slimming down, too.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Christmas is almost here and for many Americans—over 100 million each year—that means traveling for the holiday! Increasingly, we're also choosing to take our furry companions along with us. Here is some advice to help the trip go smoothly.
Some of the more frequent emergencies that present to our Critical Care and Emergency services are dogs and cats that have ingested things they shouldn’t have. But should you induce vomiting?
Binnie came to see us because she acted as if she had a headache. Her family's quick action saved her vision—we diagnosed her with glaucoma and immediately started treatment.
Primary Care will be closed on Thursday, November 22, for Thanksgiving. Our ER services are unaffected, as always, and remain open 24/7 for any veterinary emergencies.