Feb
15
2017

Splitting up: Who gets the pet?

Maureen Blaney Flietner
Your relationship has been going great and now you have both decided a pet would be a perfect addition to your family. Then the unthinkable happens—a divorce or breakup. What happens to your pet? ...more
Jan
12
2017
Taking into account the needs and preferences of each cat living in a multicat household will improve their individual wellbeing and promote feline harmony in the home. ...more
Jan
10
2017
February 20 is Love Your Pet Day. Here are five ways many pet owners are hurting their pets with the wrong kinds of love. ...more
Jan
9
2017
Pet insurance policies can cover diverse treatments, including diagnostic tests, surgeries, medications, hospitalizations, supplements, and prescription pet foods....more
Jan
5
2017
February is Pet Dental Health Month, and one of the biggest health concerns in feline medicine is dental health. ...more
Dec
19
2016
Don’t resort to walking your dog at midnight. With patience, ongoing training, and expert advice, you can successfully manage your dog’s leash reactivity. ...more
Dec
15
2016
While the idea of giving your pet additional fat may seem counterintuitive, essential fatty acids, such as omega-3 and omega-6, are energy-rich nutrients that can provide numerous benefits for humans and animals alike. ...more
Dec
13
2016
During the holidays, many people decide to give dogs or cats as gifts, which can be a boon to shelter pets. Sadly, however, animal shelters also see an influx of pets after the holidays when people receive them as gifts but are unable or unwilling to care for them. ...more

Sign-up for our PetsMatter Newsletter

AAHA-Accredited Veterinary Hospital Locator

The Standard of Veterinary Excellence ®
American Animal Hospital Association | Copyright © 2017 | Privacy Statement | Contact Us