Abby and Dr. Wissel are back from the annual trip to Oaxaca, Mexico with photos and stories of their adventures.
Our best canine friend, Hannah, continues to love life despite her diagnosis and inspires us to do the same.
When we met Lilly in 2017, her mouth was in impossibly bad shape. Today, she is toothless and thriving.
Have questions about oral healthcare for your pet? Check out our most frequently asked questions.
While we travel to see our human family, Hannah is traveling to New York with her best dog friend, Argos.
Our time with our pets can never be long enough. Here, Dr. Hawk tells Hannah's story as he cares for her, for better or for worse.
This year marks 40 years in veterinary medicine for Dr. Hawk, but he’s not stopping anytime soon.
It may be getting cool outside, but tick season isn't over. Here, we answer our a few frequently asked questions about ticks.
Three cases of canine influenza virus were diagnosed in Massachusetts this August. Read on for a brief primer on what to do if you're concerned.
What could neutering dogs possibly have to do with sea turtle conservation? The answer is quite a lot.