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Category: Rescue

Are You SURE You’re Ready For A Pet?

Posted 11.27.18 by Dr. Katie Morrill, DVM

The human-animal bond is a wondrous and powerful thing. Pets bring us joy, companionship, humor, and so much more. Just imagine how boring the internet would be without adorable kitten videos or hilarious  dog shaming posts? But there is a practical side to owning a pet. Cost Everything in life costs money, and pets are no exception! First time pet...Read More

Mange! The Dreaded 5 Letter Word

Posted 07.20.17 by Dr. Kassie Newton, DVM

It’s like a horror movie, you can basically hear the suspenseful music playing in the background when you suddenly think to yourself, I wonder if this could be mange! Ever had this happen to you? Well, if not, consider yourself lucky. But what really is all the dread about? Dogs and cats can both suffer from what is referred to...Read More

Feline Arthritis

Posted 01.03.17 by Dr. Karen Gant, DVM

Most people recognize arthritis in dogs. But what about your cat?  Degenerative joint disease (DJD) is a very common but under-diagnosed condition in cats.   Frequency among age groups was EQUAL from cats as early as 6 months to 16 years!  Signs worsen with age. Feline DJD is difficult to detect because of the cat’s ability to hide pain as a...Read More

My Dog Ate What?!?

Posted 09.07.16 by Katie Willis

Dogs and cats can be very picky about their food, or sometimes they can consume things we would not even imagine would be edible. One of the most common appointments we have is the vomiting dog or cat. Oftentimes we may ask you if they are the type to “eat things” and by this we mean exactly that – will...Read More

What is a Hot Spot?

Posted 08.17.16 by Dr. Alison Bradshaw, DVM

“The spot came up on my dog overnight, and now they won’t leave it alone!” This is usually how the conversation goes with panic-stricken clients that have just noticed the huge, bald sore that is red and oozing. After telling them it looks or sounds like they are describing  a hot spot, the next question is typically, “What is a...Read More

Feline Heartworm Disease

Posted 08.03.16 by Dr. Karen Gant, DVM

Cats can get heartworms, too!  The disease presents itself very differently from canine heartworm disease. The cat is NOT the typical host and most worms in cats do not survive the adult stage. The prevalence of heartworm disease in cats versus in dogs is much lower. Cats that do have adult worms normally only have 2-3, but many cats never end...Read More

Demodex: A Mitey Problem

Posted 07.27.16 by Katie Willis

  We’ve all heard of mange. The term probably brings to mind a pitiful, skinny, bald little shelter animal in one of those heart-wrenching Sarah McLachlan ads on TV. Before you reach for the tissues, fear not! We can deal with mange! It’s not such a mighty problem! But it is a MITEY problem. There are several types of mange (like...Read More

How to acclimate your cat traveling in a cat carrier

Posted 07.21.16 by Dr. Christine Taylor, DVM

  How to acclimate your cat to traveling in a cat carrier A common concern for feline owners is the stress associated with car rides and veterinary visits, which can often deter a client from bringing their cat in for check ups. Because early detection and intervention are paramount to successful treatment of chronic disease, regular veterinary check ups are...Read More

TPH Provides Pet Adoption Assistance

Posted 03.03.16 by Emily Lindsey

Thousands of pets end up in shelters across the US each month and sadly some of those never find a loving, forever home like they deserve.  Statistically, close to 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. We are grateful shelters are there to meet their needs, but it doesn’t completely solve the problem. In fact, many issues come up...Read More

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