Since Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, you might be contemplating ways to include your feline friend or canine companion in the celebration. What animal wouldn't enjoy a holiday loaded with delectable goodies? Before the big day arrives, it is very important to acquaint yourself with the potential dangers. The animal medical practitioners at Forest Hill Veterinary Hospital don't want your furry friend to get sick this holiday season. Keep scrolling to see some very important pet safety suggestions from a trusted Auburn vet!
As a responsible dog owner, you want to do the best you can for your dog. And since September is the American Kennel Club’s Responsible Dog Ownership Month, it’s an excellent time to find that room to improve and give your dog the best life you can. At Compass Veterinary Clinic, your vet near Lake Oswego, we are ready to help with some suggestions. Read on to learn more!
This month is the perfect time to enjoy lazy days by the pool, cook out, and spend afternoons lounging in the sun. It’s also an excellent time to make sure your pet’s vaccinations are up to date. August is National Immunization Awareness Month, and there’s no better way to celebrate than by making sure your dog or cat is protected.
May is Chip Your Pet Month. As such, now is a fantastic time to learn about microchipping and its many benefits. Roughly one-third of companion animals will be stolen or get lost during their lifetime, according to the American Humane Society. Sadly, most will never be returned to their owners.
February is Pet Dental Health Awareness Month and a great time to turn your attention to your furry friend’s oral health. Like people, pets should have their teeth examined and cleaned by a professional on a regular basis. Unfortunately, many do not receive appropriate dental care and suffer from varying degrees of periodontal disease by the time they are three years old. At Forest Hill Veterinary Hospital, we provide a complete range of pet dental services and are here to care for your furry friend’s mouth. To learn more about caring for your pet’s teeth, keep reading to discover some helpful tips from a pet dentist in Auburn!
The holiday season is all about spending time with your loved ones - including your furry family members. It’s a time of gratitude and celebration, and in most homes, it’s a time when “normal” routines and diets are tossed aside in favor of enjoying the season to its fullest.