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This commonly prescribed ointment is fatal if ingested by your dog or cat, and it may be in your medicine cabinet now.
This week, we said goodbye to our sweet Hannah bear and it was one of the hardest things we've ever had to do.
Decisions about Hannah's future are becoming very real for us as her rapidly growing tumor causes her cough to worsen.
Caring for an aging pet comes with many challenges, one of which is that improvement in some areas sometimes come with setbacks in others.
Biopsy results are in and they're good news! Next up, another diet change for Hannah and a new nutritional recommendation for our patients.
Because Hannah hasn't been her happy, energetic self lately, we brought her in for some diagnostics to try to find out why.
This month we made a few changes to Hannah's routine, including a new food and a trial of CBD chews to help her remain more comfortable.
Although Hannah continues to be her usual happy self, her sporadic vomiting leaves us with a certain amount of uncertainty we can't avoid.
Read on for some of our top tips to keep your pet's mouth healthy year round!