Posts By: James Newton, DVM

Memorial Day Safety Tips for Pets

Posted May 22, 2018 @ 1:17pm

Memorial Day Safety Tips for PetsIt’s Memorial Day! A holiday for many that involves outdoor activities, BBQ’s, family fun, and the being in the sun. For everyone that enjoys this holiday with their pets, here are some safety topics to keep in mind to avoid a trip to...

 

Avoid These Easter Pet Emergencies

Posted March 27, 2018 @ 11:31am

Avoid These Easter Pet EmergenciesThe Easter holiday is near which means beautiful weather, family gatherings, Easter egg hunts, and Easter baskets. The pretty flowers, assorted chocolates, and plastic eggs may seem innocent and fun, but they can be very dangerous to our pets! Below...

 

What ER Veterinarians Want Pet Owners to Know Part II

Posted January 24, 2017 @ 9:43am

What ER Veterinarians Want Pet Owners to Know Part IIIf you have not read Part I yet, click here to learn how to prevent an emergency. When you do have a pet emergency and need to go to the animal ER, it can be a very difficult time. Asking questions, coming prepared, and being patient can...

 

What ER Veterinarians Want Pet Owners to Know Part I

Posted January 17, 2017 @ 12:20pm

What ER Veterinarians Want Pet Owners to Know Part IBringing your pet to the emergency clinic can be very scary, stressful, inconvenient, and expensive. While an emergency visit is unavoidable, there are many ways to prevent an emergency in the future, as well as ways to prepare for an emergency...

 

Christmas Tree Safety for Pets

Posted November 29, 2016 @ 3:42pm

Christmas Tree Safety for PetsIt’s time to get out the holiday décor! While decorating the house is a fun tradition for many families, we must remind pet owners that a festive Christmas tree may lead to a few potential pet dangers.Placement and Securing the Tree...