As we face the new challenges of a novel Coronavirus summer, our furry friends are facing some familiar dangers of their own. Read on for a quick review and prevention tips for the most common summer emergencies we see at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital.
Many of our clients are concerned about Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) in their dog or cat. The EEE virus is spread by infected mosquitos. Dr. Taryn Clark talks about symptoms and how you and your pets can best avoid the virus.
A fungal infection, a new type of mosquito, and humanitarian efforts with far-reaching effects. Can you guess what these all have in common?
Did you know mosquito eggs can lay dormant for months in cold temperatures? This post includes the life-cycle of the mosquito and why we all need to be concerned, especially when it comes to our pets!
April is finally here after another long, cold winter, and that means it's once again Heartworm Awareness Month.