Leptospirosis vaccination recommended to be core for most dogs

How do you decide which dogs to vaccinate for leptospirosis? According to these experts, you may want to change the way you think about this vaccine.

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All AAHA Guidelines for Download

AAHA guidelines help you face the demands of a continually shifting industry. Our guidelines empower veterinary professionals to:

  • Create personalized medical plans for your patients to meet the needs of diverse populations and provide the best possible care
  • Optimize veterinary teams to deliver top-notch patient care and client satisfaction
  • Improve communications with pet parents

What to Do if You Find a Lost Pet: A Step-by-Step Guide

Finding a lost pet can be a heart-wrenching experience, both for the pet and for the person who discovers them. Stray pets are often scared, hungry, and disoriented, and they may even need medical attention. If you come across a lost pet, knowing how to ensure their safety and increase the chances of a happy reunion with their owner can be helpful. Follow our step-by-step guide to aid a lost pet in finding their family.

Pet Microchipping FAQs

Microchips are often a confusing topic for pet owners, as many misconceptions about these devices can lead people astray as they consider a microchip for their pet. Whether you’re wondering how a microchip can help reunite you with your missing pet, or if your private information is truly safe, we’ve got the answers to all your questions about microchips in pets.

Safe and Sound: Noise Aversion in Pets

As July Fourth approaches, many Americans eagerly anticipate the celebratory fireworks that light up the night sky. However, for many pet owners, this celebration can also cause significant stress and concern. The earsplitting, unexpected noises from fireworks can trigger noise aversion, a severe reaction in pets. Discover what noise aversion is, why pets experience this condition, and how you can help your furry friend cope during the fireworks festivities.

Stars, Stripes, and Safety: July Fourth Pet Safety Tips

As Independence Day approaches, many of us eagerly anticipate festive celebrations such as barbecues, pool parties, and outdoor activities. While fireworks are a well-known concern for pet owners, you also should learn to recognize other potential hazards that can affect your furry friend during the July Fourth festivities. Follow these tips to ensure your pet stays safe and healthy throughout the holiday.

The Priceless Benefits of Microchipping Your Pet

A large part of ensuring your pet leads a healthy and happy life is preventive care. From avoiding household hazards to warding off infectious diseases, preventive care is crucial for protecting your furry friend’s health. Another key preventive care aspect is a microchip. This identification (ID) device provides invaluable benefits designed to keep your four-legged friend by your side. Consider the perks of having your pet microchipped.

How strong relationships foster meaningful work

Taking the time to build relationships with clients and teammates enables us to step in during a critical illness or emergency with the utmost confidence in our ability to do right by our patients.