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November 14
2017

Here’s the Best Way to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

As a responsible, loving dog owner, you’ve spayed your pet. You take her for regular veterinary visits and vaccinations. You do everything you possibly can to ensure she has a happy, healthy life. Or do you? Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in adult dogs. It’s also entirely preventable when you brush Read More

October 19
2017

5 Reasons You Need To Spay and Neuter Your Pets

Nearly 70 percent of households in the United States own a pet. Part of owning a pet is ensuring they remain happy and healthy. Part of this regiment should be to spay and neuter your pets. Spaying involves removing a female pet’s uterus and ovaries. Neutering is the term for removing a male pet’s testicles. Read More

September 16
2017

7 Reasons to Stay Current on Pet Vaccinations

  From dressing pets up in funny outfits to buying them plush beds and endless toys, many pet owners spare no expenses when it comes to caring for their animals. But unfortunately, that care does not always extend to covering their pets’ health. Pet vaccinations are an often-overlooked, sometimes stigmatized essential in any healthy pet’s Read More

September 5
2017

How to Choose the Right Marietta Veterinarian for Your Pet

Your pet is part of your family. You don’t want to take them to just any vet. You want a Marietta veterinarian that you and your pet will be comfortable seeing regularly. It is important that your vet understands your animals and offers the kinds of services that will keep your pets healthy for their Read More

March 29
2016

Veterinarian Tips on Your Dog’s Paws

After a long winter, spring is a welcomed event and people begin to walk their dogs more and more. As summer approaches, a danger to you dog is developing; the pavement can become scorching hot and burn your dog’s paws. Following a few tips to protect your pet will prevent a trip to the vet. Read More