Starting at a young age, humans typically get vaccines as a preventative measure. Vaccines, despite their controversy, are incredibly safe and effective in preventing dangerous diseases in both humans and animals! Protecting your pet through immunization is an important job for any pet owner and here is why.
While no one minds a little drizzle, the added moisture can pose a few health concerns for pets. Continue reading to learn how to keep your pet healthy during the rainy season.
Did you know that — just like humans — dogs and cats need dental care? Each February, Olive Branch Pet Hospital celebrates National Pet Dental Health Month by educating pet parents and spreading awareness about the importance of caring for your pet’s teeth.
Although the Gulf Coast doesn’t see the same kind of winter weather that places further north experience (blizzards, icy roads, and several feet of snow), there are still some precautions and modifications you can make to your pet’s care to keep them at their healthiest and happiest throughout the colder season.
For many, New Year’s resolutions accompany the new calendar each year. If you have pets, then you might as well choose a resolution that benefits them, too!
With all the news and worry surrounding the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many pet owners are left wondering whether their pets could be at risk during the pandemic.
- Aging in Pets
- Common Ailments
- Dental Care
- Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
- Fleas & Ticks
- Lost Pets
- Parasite Prevention
- Pet Activities
- Pet Health Certificates
- Pet Safety
- Pet Wellness
- Preventative Pet Care
- Routine Pet Care
- Skin Disease