Pet Care – May 2021

Food Allergies in Our Pets by Dr. Peter Gasper Food allergies are becoming more common in people worldwide. Food allergies seem to be increasing in dogs and cats too. However, we do not have solid data to confirm this hunch. Food allergies are a specific thing....

Pet Care – April 2021

Veterinary Medicine in a COVID World by Dr. Sanjay Jain This past year has been a trial for us all. We have had to isolate from our friends, coworkers, and our aged family members. The imposed isolation of the virus led us to seek out the company of non-human company...

Pet Care – March 2021

Feline Feeding Pitfalls by Dr. Carla Edwards Though we want our cats to eat all at once, we may be doing more harm than good. By thinking about their natural behavioral instincts, we can help our cats from becoming too thin or too heavy and eliminate stress. Mimicking...

Pet Care – Jan/Feb 2021

The Slip Felt Around the Yard by Dr. Jain There are several diseases that can affect the stifle (knee): 1) partial to full tears of the cranial cruciate ligament (rarely the caudal ligament) 2) arthritis from age 3) bone cancer above or below the actual joint  4)...

Pet Care – December 2020

Two Ways to Help Your Pet by Dr. Peter Gasper Many things affect the health of our pets. A number of these influences are out of our control. Veterinarians never know what malady might await them when they enter an exam room. A dog with diabetes? A cat with...

Pet Care – November 2020

A Senior Moment! by Dr. Carla Edwards As our beloved pets get to those senior years, we all want to deny the fact that they are getting older.  Some signs are physically obvious like greying of the muzzle, more warts/growths, decreased mobility, stiffness, and hearing...