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  • MICROCHIPPING YOUR DOG OR CAT
    A microchip is a tiny transponder, about the size of a grain of sand, that is encoded with a unique identification number. It is used for permanent identification. The technology is relatively recent, but is becoming widely available. Read more
  • Christmas Holiday Hazards for you Pet
    Christmas Holiday Hazards The Christmas holiday season can be a lot of fun, but sometimes this busy time can have potential hazards for your pets.  There are a few things to Read more
  • Halloween Hazards for your Pet
    Halloween Hazards Enjoy your Trick or Treating but make sure to keep certain treats out of reach of your pet. Grapes and Raisins:  Grapes and raisins are toxic to pets.  They Read more
  • Grooming tips and choosing the right brush
    Grooming Tips and Choosing the Right Brush Our groomer, Kassy, found this great article to answer some of your dog grooming questions.  It can be difficult to keep your pet's haircoat Read more
  • Canine Allergies
    ALLERGY What is an allergy? An allergy is a state of over-reactivity or hypersensitivity of the immune system to a particular substance called an allergen. Most allergens are proteins. The allergen protein Read more
  • Horse vs. Cat...who wins?!
    Peaches is a cat that presented to the clinic after being stepped on by a horse.  X-rays revealed a fractured toe and severe injuries to the skin and soft tissues Read more
  • Your Cat's Environmental Needs
    Your Cat’s Environmental Needs:  Practical Tips for Pet Owners Addressing your cat’s physical and emotional needs enhances its health and quality of life.  Behavior problems are a leading cause of pets Read more
  • Should I be concerned about Kennel Cough while boarding?
    Should I be concerned about Kennel Cough while boarding? Infectious tracheobronchitis is also known as kennel cough.  This is a disease of the upper respiratory tract.  Kennel cough is highly contagious Read more
  • Fourth of July and Your Pets
    Fourth of July The fourth of July can be a fun time but it can also cause some stress and anxiety in your pets.  Here are a few things you need Read more
  • Memorial Day hazards for your pet
    Memorial Day Hazards Memorial Day weekend can be a lot of fun, but sometimes this busy time can have potential hazards for your pets.  There are a few things to consider Read more
  • Canine Vaccination Protocols
    Puppy and Adult Vaccination Protocols A puppy receives temporary immunity against diseases from its vaccinated mother at birth.  This immunity lasts from 6 to 16 weeks, varying with each individual puppy. Read more
  • My pet had a tick is he going to get sick?
    My pet had a tick?  Is he going to get sick? In Oklahoma we can see ticks year-round. Ticks are among the most efficient carriers of disease.  Ticks attach firmly and Read more
  • Easter hazards for your pets
    Easter Holiday Hazards The Easter holiday season can be a lot of fun, but sometimes this busy time can have potential hazards for your pets.  There are a few things to Read more
  • Valentine's Day Hazards to Your Pet
    Valentine’s Day Hazards The Valentine’s Day can be a lot of fun, but sometimes this busy time can have potential hazards for your pets. There are a few things to consider especially Read more
  • Allergies
    ALLERGY What is an allergy? An allergy is a state of over-reactivity or hypersensitivity of the immune system to a particular substance called an allergen. Most allergens are proteins. The allergen protein Read more
  • Meet the Staff: Mendy
    Meet Mendy Every week we want to introduce and let you get to know one of our staff members a little better.  We asked each member a set of questions about Read more