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National Pet Dental Month by Dr. Stefanie Wong

Dental disease is one of the most common things we see in veterinary medicine. It affects so many dogs and causes so much more than just bad breath. Things to look for that can tell you that your pet has dental disease are:

Ask the Vet: When socks become dangerous by Stefanie Wong, DVM

Does your pet eat things that they shouldn’t? If your pet loves to explore the world by putting it in their mouth, then this article is for you. If your pet has ingested something, such as a sock, we call it a foreign body—something that is sitting in their stomach or intestines that should not be there.

National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day is on August 22

National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day is on August 22. This is an important reminder to all cat owners to remember to schedule a yearly exam!

Ask the Vet: The Overweight Pet by Stefanie Wong, DVM

Food is love… right? However, it is possible to kill your pet with kindness. Over 50% of pets in the United States are overweight. Losing weight can add years to your pet’s life – and it can also make those years much more enjoyable for them.

Ask the Vet: Heat Stroke by Stefanie Wong, DVM

With the impending transition from spring to summer, temps climb into the 80s and 90s and sunny blue skies are the norm. Although you and I can change into shorts and t-shirts, our pets often have a harder time coping with the warm weather...

Hot Weather & Summertime Activities Safety Tips

We have gathered all of our hot weather tips from previous posts and made one handy list. We cover how to keep your pet cool, heatstroke symptoms, pool parties, hiking, camping and even how to keep your pocket pets cool! This is an indispensable resource for protecting your pets when it is hot outside!

Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

The Fourth of July is the perfect summer celebration - warm weather, a day off work, delicious barbecued food, plus friends, family, and fireworks! It's hard to find a more winning combination which is why it is not a surprise that the Fourth of July is a favorite holiday for many people; for our pets, however, it is a different story.

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