The Importance of Flea and Tick Prevention for Your Pet

Summer is heating up, and parasites are making their presence known. While capable of surfacing from their hiding places anytime the temperature rises above freezing, fleas and ticks enjoy warmer temperatures much more, and will venture forth in search of their next meal, and make a snack out of your pet. Seasonal changes also stimulate [...]

5 Facts About Cranial Cruciate Disease in Pets

The cranial cruciate ligament (CrCL), also known as the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), is an incredibly important knee-joint component found in the hind limb of our four-legged friends. The ligament provides stability and range of motion in this high-impact joint, so a CrCL injury results in limping, pain and, eventually, chronic changes such as osteoarthritis. [...]

Taking Your Pet to Work

You are still at work on a Friday afternoon, when this pops up on your computer screen: Memo to all employees:  June 22 to 26 is Take Your Pet to Work Week. We believe having your pet at work will have many potential benefits, and we encourage you, our valued employee, to join us in [...]