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What to Do When Your Pet Has Allergies

Many animal lovers don’t know the signs of pet allergies because dogs and cats show different reactions to some of the same things we’re allergic to. Grass pollen, for example, makes lots of people sneeze and experience watering eyes. That same pollen, it turns out, can make a dog’s feet itch.

Depending on the type of […]

By |March 28th, 2017|Veterinary|Comments Off on What to Do When Your Pet Has Allergies

I Was Never a Cat Person

For most of my life, there were pets around in some form or another. As a kid on a farm, we mainly had two or three dogs as companions and three or four cats on hand to maintain the rodent population numbers to a manageable size. That’s the way it was until I became a […]

By |March 9th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on I Was Never a Cat Person

Giving the New Dog a Test Run

We’ve all heard the familiar pleas: “Can we get a dog?” “I want a dog, look how cute he is!” Dogs are tons of fun and having a canine companion is great, but what’s involved with owning a dog can catch a person off guard. Every year at this time, animal shelters see a surge […]

By |December 29th, 2016|Blog, Uncategorized, Veterinary|Comments Off on Giving the New Dog a Test Run

8 Common Myths About Surgery & Cats

Kelly Serfas, a Certified Veterinary Technician in Bethlehem, PA, contributed to this article.

Myth: “My cat is too old for anesthesia”
You should think twice when your friend or the internet tells you that your cat is too old or sick for anesthesia, and don’t be afraid to seek out an expert about this concern. If your cat […]

By |October 25th, 2016|Blog, Uncategorized, Veterinary|Comments Off on 8 Common Myths About Surgery & Cats

Ice Reminds Me Why I Became a Veterinarian

I’ll be honest; it’s all I ever wanted to do.  When I was young, you could often find me reading a book.  I loved all kinds of books about animals.  I read almost all of Walter Farley’s Black Stallion books, I read Misty of Chincoteague, I read dog books.  When I got a little older, […]

By |February 10th, 2016|Veterinary|Comments Off on Ice Reminds Me Why I Became a Veterinarian

Parenthood vs. Pethood

Common Myths……….and the Facts

“My pet will get fat and lazy if I neuter him/her!”
-In truth, most pets gain weight and become lazy because the owners feed their pet too much or the wrong types of food and do not give them enough exercise.
“It is better for my pet to have one litter first.”
-Medical evidence shows […]

By |March 18th, 2015|Veterinary|Comments Off on Parenthood vs. Pethood

It Can Happen to You

Have you ever watched a couple dancing that seemed to be connected by an invisible force?

Or have you ever been doing chores with your spouse hand in hand with a natural rhythm? And maybe you notice your toddler has stepped in to help you as effortlessly as someone who has done it a million times.

Now […]

By |March 5th, 2015|Dog Training|Comments Off on It Can Happen to You

How to Pick a Good Boarding Kennel

If you need to leave your dog in a boarding kennel while you’re away on vacation or a business trip, it’s important to do your research to find the one that best suits your needs. Not every kennel provides the same services. Some facilities are very basic and others have extra amenities. Here are some tips […]

By |February 5th, 2015|Pet Boarding|Comments Off on How to Pick a Good Boarding Kennel

Serenity

Se-ren-i-ty

noun

:the state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled

 

Can you imagine having a quiet place to go to where nothing bad ever happens, provisions are always available, and no one comes to bother you? Most of us call that a vacation at a nice resort with room service.

Well, when done the right way, that is what […]

By |January 28th, 2015|Blog, Dog Training|Comments Off on Serenity