July 3, 2014

Pet Safety Tips for Your 4th of July Festivities

As Independence Day draws near, many veterinarians recommend keeping pet safety in mind. With all of the celebration, sweet and savory barbequed dishes, open flames and fireworks, paying attention is an important practice to keep pets from becoming injured.
May 28, 2014

Pets: Should You Be Worried About a Dominant Pup?

I regularly get asked questions from dog guardians who are worried about their dog being dominant. (This happens more often than I would like to mention.) They are often genuinely concerned because they’ve either heard a TV personality or a friend say that if their dog does some behavior that the dog is being dominant and trying to take over the role as “alpha.”
November 12, 2013

Working in a Dog-Friendly Workplace is the Cat’s Meow

by Lauren Rose
Working in a veterinarian's office isn’t the only job that lets you interact with animals at work. A growing number of companies are allowing employees to bring their dogs to work.
September 13, 2013

Happy Howl-0-Ween!

Tips to keep your canine safe from holiday hazards

Although trick-or-treat night is a time to protect your pet from strangers and stressful situations, you and your dog can still enjoy Halloween.