As pet owners ourselves, we know how overwhelming concern and worry for your pet can be in an emergency situation such as an illness or an injury. However, it's important to remain calm and not to panic.
Although some other problems aren't life threatening, they may be causing your pet pain and should be taken care of without delay. Some pets seek company when suffering, while others will withdraw or even hide.
When in doubt, it's always a good idea to err on the side of caution. It's much better to have a veterinarian check out what may end up being minor medical problem than to underestimate a major one. Call your veterinary clinic or hospital immediately if you suspect a health problem with your pet.
October is ASPCA’s Adopt a Shelter Dog Month and the Humane Society’s Adopt a Dog Month. A few months ago, I told you why you should adopt a cat. Now, it’s the dog’s turn! All my life, my family has had a dog. I can say...
At AERC, we recognize that the need for quality care doesn’t stop outside our walls. That’s why we want to provide our clients with tools and information that they can use both before and after their clinic visit.