Month: December 2017

Tonya Tenters, CVT Veterinary Information Specialist With the New Year, often there are New Year’s Resolutions. January is frequently the starting point for a new exercise plan or activity; however, have you ever considered including your pets in your resolution? Animals thrive on enriching activities! This does not have to be some elaborate exercise plan…

Audra Stillabower, CVT, VIS Veterinary Information Specialist As the holiday season is upon us, the excitement of giving and receiving presents is felt by many. What would be cuter than a puppy or kitten with a bright red bow under the Christmas tree and the happiness on children’s faces? While it is a thoughtful gift,…

Renee DiPietro, LVT, Permitted Wildlife Rehabilitator Veterinary Information Specialist Initial interactions between resident dogs and new canines can be unpredictable. For this reason, such introductions should be approached with caution and planning. As with people, first impressions are important and can set the stage of a relationship between pets residing in the same household.  There…