Blog

  • Urinary Tract Infection13th July 2018

    By Dr. Karen Becker   Bacterial urinary tract infections (UTIs) are more common in dogs than cats, and as is the case with humans, they’re seen more often in females. Estimates are that about 14 percent of d

    » Read The Full Article
  • Important Advice All First-Time Pet Owners Should Know20th June 2018

    Article Courtesy of Jessica Brody   People who grew up with pets may see pet care as simple and unintimidating. However, for someone who has never owned a pet, there is a lot to learn. Thinking of joining the&nb

    » Read The Full Article
  • Ulcers In Dog Eyes4th May 2018

    One of the dogs that I walk got pink eye.  When my client called the vet and they suggest that she bring her dog in as her dog may have an ulcer in his eye. The following is information of ulcers.

    » Read The Full Article
  • Dermatitis30th April 2018

    This is something that is very common in dogs. Here are some helpful hints. Allergic Dermatitis A dog with allergies should be switched to an anti-inflammatory diet, which means a diet that is very low in grain conten

    » Read The Full Article
  • Dog11th April 2018

    If you’ve ever been around a dog with anxiety issues, you know it can be hard to watch. You just want so badly to find a way to comfort and calm him. Estimates are that somewhere around 30 percent of dogs show sig

    » Read The Full Article
  • Cold Weather and Your Dog1st February 2018

    Questions to Ask Yourself to Gauge How Well Your Dog Might Handle Very Cold Weather Generally speaking, some types of dogs do better with freezing temps than others. Some things to consider: How big is your dog

    » Read The Full Article
  • Does Your Dog Go In The Water A Lot?7th September 2017

    By Dr. Becker Summer is behind us, and hopefully you and your dog had a wonderful few months playing in the sunshine and swimming with no illnesses, injuries or pest infestations to report! Fortunately, the majority of&

    » Read The Full Article
  • Are Your Cleaning Products Affecting Your Pet12th July 2017

    Most of us with furry family members have quite deliberately (and happily) traded a pristine environment for the privilege of sharing our hearts and homes with our animal companions. However, we also tend to do mo

    » Read The Full Article
  • 10 signs Your Dog Is Happy21st June 2017

    10 Signs Your Dog Is Happy His eyes and eyelids are relaxed, he blinks a lot, his gaze is soft and his brow is smooth. His ears are also relaxed, not cocked or pointing. His mouth is open a bit with a few teeth visibl

    » Read The Full Article
  • 22nd May 2017

    10 Dog Park Safety Tips 1.Pick the right dog park for you and your pet. Ideally, an off-leash park should have: •A double-gate entry, secure fencing and posted rules of conduct •Centrally located, well

    » Read The Full Article

Latest Blog

  • By Dr. Karen Becker   Bacterial urinary tract infections (UTIs) Read More »

    13th July 2018

  • Article Courtesy of Jessica Brody   People who grew up with p Read More »

    20th June 2018

  • One of the dogs that I walk got pink eye.  When my clie Read More »

    4th May 2018

  • This is something that is very common in dogs. Here are some helpful Read More »

    30th April 2018

  • If you’ve ever been around a dog with anxiety issues, you know i Read More »

    11th April 2018

  • Questions to Ask Yourself to Gauge How Well Your Dog Might Handle Very Read More »

    1st February 2018

  • By Dr. Becker Summer is behind us, and hopefully you and your dog had Read More »

    7th September 2017

  • Most of us with furry family members have quite deliberately (and ha Read More »

    12th July 2017

  • 10 Signs Your Dog Is Happy His eyes and eyelids are relaxed, he bli Read More »

    21st June 2017

  • 10 Dog Park Safety Tips 1.Pick the right dog park for you and you Read More »

    22nd May 2017

More

Quick Enquiry

  • For validation please enter the text shown into the field below. Refresh Image

    CAPTCHA Image