As a veterinarian, I often guide clients through the difficult assessment of their pet’s quality of life and decision to end their pet’s suffering. I often am told by friends and clients that this must be the most difficult part of my job. While euthanasia of a Read more >
Your veterinarian most likely recommends a Rabies vaccination to be given every 1-3 years for your pets, regardless of whether they spend much time outdoors. What is Rabies and is it really a risk to our pets? Rabies is a preventable viral disease, found world-wide, that is Read more >
Our wonderful staff had a great time this weekend “painting our pet” at Brush and Bottle in Tucson.
The Federal Drug and Food Administration recently announced that it is looking into a potential link between a type of heart disease, Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM), and diets labeled as “grain-free”. The main ingredients in these diets include high levels of peas, legumes and other lentils. DCM is Read more >