Spend time with your friends and family this Thanksgiving-not with a sick pet! Tips and reminders for keeping your pet happy and healthy while enjoying your holiday.
It can be great fun to travel with your pet, if the circumstances are right.
Hello Friends and Visitors to the Ann Arbor Animal Hospital website! We wanted to let you all know that we will be starting a new series focused on before-and-after stories. The first in this series features a beautiful greyhound named Jack whose owners, after much thought and care, decided to try laser therapy to alleviate
Our valued clients have asked us if there was a way to provide our comprehensive, high quality veterinary care at a lower cost. In response, our doctors created annual PREVENTIVE HEALTH PLANS (PHPs) which bundle services we routinely provide for dogs and cats by life stage.
Just like for people, any time we can prevent a pet from developing a health problem, or by finding a health problem early, the pet most often lives a longer, fuller life. Coming this Spring we are excited to now offer Preventive Health Plans that will help clients pay for the necessary preventive health care needs of their pet.
The phrase "responsible pet ownership" is almost synonymous with the spay/neuter campaign. When we mention it here, however, we are talking about what cats and dogs need to be happy, balanced and healthy, both mentally and physically.
Does your pet have bad breath? According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), "Don't turn your nose to Fido's or Fluffy's bad breath"! That odor might signify a serious health risk, with the potential to damage not only your pet's teeth and gums but its internal organs as well.
by Julia Levitt of In-Harmony Dog Training Now I am really scratching my head. January, in addition to being cold, dark and snowy, is also “National Walk Your Dog Month.” I have toy breeds, and sometimes I can't walk them because the snow is chest deep (for toy breeds that’s only about five inches!) Who
by Julia Levitt of In-Harmony Dog Training My friend just e-mailed me to let me know that, yes, January 20th is National Penguin Awareness Day. Followed up the next day with National Squirrel Awareness Day. But what is important to us is that January is National Dog Training Month. Now, January seems like a strange
December 2nd is National Mutt Day. As you probably know, a mutt is any dog that is not a purebred. According to the Mutt Census of 2010, 53% of all dogs in the United States are mixed breeds (mutts). As part of the 2010 Mutt Census, 36,000 dogs were tested to determine what breeds are represented, and the German