1. Tips to Keeping Your Dog Friendly

    Just like babies, puppies are not born with a desire to be aggressive and mean. Imagine a puppy being vicious, you can’t. They are happy, friendly, playful, and love anyone who will give them attention. As dogs grow older, many things can change. If your pup was abused before you rescued them, the…Read More

  2. How to Find and Remove Ticks From Your Dog

    As a dog owner, you care for your pup a lot, maybe more than you care for yourself. You want to keep them healthy, happy, and loving life like the little bundles of joy they are. Because of this, you are likely to do everything you can to make sure nothing bad happens to them, but what if the bad th…Read More

  3. Foods That May Harm Your Cat

    As a cat parent, you try to keep your furry friend healthy and happy. Just like dogs, there are certain food that cats should never be fed, and knowing what they are can help you keep your kitty healthy! They say “Curiosity killed the cat” and in this case it could be true. If your mischievous c…Read More

  4. Foods That May Harm Your Dog

    Many of us spoil our dogs. It is hard not to. We let them sleep in our beds, cuddle with us on the couch, and feed them scraps from out plate. But wait! What are you feeding them? You may know that onions and chocolate are two things you should never feed your dogs, but what about everything else? T…Read More

  5. How To Keep Your Dog Healthy

    If you consider yourself a dog parent, it is likely that your fur baby means the world to you. Dogs have a special place in our hearts, they are loyal, loving, and always so excited to see us. Coming home from work and being greeted by an ecstatic pup is one of the best feelings in the world. Dogs h…Read More

  6. About Our Animal Hospital

    We love our pets, maybe a little too much. Some of us treat our pets like children, others spend more money on pet food than on food for ourselves, and it is safe to say that our pets are part of the family. You care for your pets and spoil them more than any non-pet owner will understand—but we u…Read More