As the weather gets warmer don't forget about your pet's flea and tick preventative. During the spring and summer the flea and tick population increases. The staff and veterinarians at Veterinary Associates Animal Hospital can help you learn more about these pets and how to protect your beloved pet!
Dogs may be the best workout partners
ever, but too many of them aren't getting enough exercise. Nor are cats.
Experts estimate that nearly 35 percent of pets today are overweight, which
increases their risk for many serious conditions, such as arthritis, diabetes,
breathing problems, and heart disease.
This hot weather may leave you seeking for a cool place to relax. However, your furry companion may be feeling the heat too. Keep fresh water available and make sure your cat has a cool place to spend the day, this will help avoid your cat from getting heat exhaustion.