For Pet’s Sake Veterinary Center Blog
Wikipedia's definition of Hospice care is a type of care and philosophy of care that focuses on the palliation of a chronically ill, terminally ill or seriously ill patient's pain and symptoms, and attending to their emotional and spiritual needs. In Western society, the concept of hospice has been evolving [...]
If Fourth of July fireworks or thunderstorms set your dog off you will want to start to address the issue sooner than later. Don’t start to consider this an issue on July 3rd and expect to see any response to an effort to help your dog with this common issue. [...]
A client used shell macaroni for her little dog's medication. She placed the capsule into the opening, added a little cheese and pill administration was as easy as that! Great idea, dog tested and owner approved!
Like anything else, cats can be trained to be much more comfortable with their carriers, cars, and trips to the veterinary clinic. It takes a little preparation and patience, but will greatly improve your cat’s comfort level and our ability to help you cat when needed. I never like to [...]
I love when my pet owners want to be the best pet owners that they can. I try to make my appointments a time when they can ask questions and learn general information and things that are specific to their pets. Initial appointments with pets can take up to one [...]
As sappy as it sounds, animals have always been my entire world. I remember when I was just a toddler that my best friend was my cat. My room was filled to the top with “stuffed animals” to help satisfy my desire to be surrounded by animals. When I was [...]