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Thanksgiving Pet Safety

Posted 11.17.17 by Audrey Parker

It’s finally November, which means that magical holiday known as Thanksgiving (or the “Feast of Side Dishes”, as my family likes to call it), is coming up quickly. While Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday that brings together family and friends to celebrate the many blessings in our lives, the day after Thanksgiving can be a very busy day for most...Read More

Happy Howl-ween! What You Need To Know To Keep Your Pets Safe

Posted 10.26.17 by Audrey Parker

While Halloween is great time for an adrenaline boosting scare, its best to keep the frights confined to haunted houses and gory movies and leave your pets’ health and well-being out of it.  To better help you do that, I’ve compiled a list of tricks and tips to help keep your furry companions safe on All Hallows Eve. Don’t share...Read More

We Love Our Veterinary Technicians

Posted 10.19.17 by Audrey Parker

October 15-21 is our week to recognize our veterinary technicians. They are critical to our career, and veterinarians would be lost without them. Veterinary technicians are the equivalent to nurses in the human medical field, but in additional to the technical skill and knowledge; the job also requires puppy and kitten kisses, wrestling big dogs, and soothing the irritable feline....Read More

Can My Pet Watch The Solar Eclipse Safely?

Posted 08.18.17 by Audrey Parker

For a few minutes on August 21, 2017, darkness will descend across the United States as a historic total solar eclipse. It is already predicted that this eclipse will be the most witnessed sky-watching event in human history. According to some biologists, humans may not be the only ones reacting to this event in the sky.  During an eclipse, the sky darkens...Read More

Beating the Heat

Posted 06.13.17 by Audrey Parker

Summer heat is here! In our part of the country, we enjoy long, hot days and lots of outdoor activities, and many of us include our four-legged family members. When bringing our pets along for summer fun, there are some precautions we need to take and some things to watch for to be sure our pets have as much fun...Read More

Holiday Dangers For Pets

Posted 12.20.16 by Audrey Parker

While the Holidays are the “most wonderful time of the year” for people, they can be a dangerous and stressful time for our pets. Here are some ways to keep your four legged family members safe during the holidays. 1) AVOID Holiday Food Items That Could Cause Problems For Your Pet: A general rule of thumb is to avoid feeding...Read More

5 Great Parks To Visit With Your Pet

Posted 10.12.16 by Audrey Parker

Memphis weather is finally cooling down and we know you and your furry friend are enjoying these cool Fall breezes as much as we are. What better way to celebrate the changing of the seasons than going on a  nice long excursion with them?! We’re listing out the best parks in our city to take Fido and Fluffy so they...Read More

Patio Season

Posted 10.05.16 by Audrey Parker

Ah, fall time is officially hitting the Mid-South. You know what that means… It’s finally Patio Season and the days of cool breezes and college football are upon us. But why shouldn’t your dog  be allowed to experience this along with you?! Actually there are plenty of restaurants in Memphis that allow you to bring your pet along so they...Read More

Sileo: Helping your dog calm down during fireworks and thunderstorms

Posted 06.30.16 by Audrey Parker

Something New For Canine Storm Anxiety? Does your dog fear fireworks? Pant up a storm when it’s thundering? Well, there’s a new option available to help with that. Sileo is the trade name of a drug long-used in the veterinary field. Dexdomitor (also called dexmeditomidine) has been available as an injectable medication for veterinary anesthesia for many years. Now it...Read More

What do I do if my pet is overweight?

Posted 02.05.16 by Emily Lindsey

  Your pet is overweight, now what? The holidays have passed and it’s the time of year for new resolutions and healthy habits. The gym is crowded and many people have begun new diets to achieve their goals. If your pet is overweight, now is a great time to help him/her lose the extra pounds. An estimated 52.7% of dogs and 57.9% of...Read More

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