Education is a key element in making the human-animal bond a mutually satisfying experience. Parents of children have an important
This article is #3 in a 3-part series of articles on natural canine health. Topics included diet, vaccines, and now, alternative therapies/homeopathy. The book, Holistic Guide for a Healthy Dog by Wendy Volhard and Kerry Brown, D.V.M. provided the information for the article. Canine health, as in human health, has many components. In the previous […]
Canine Health Series – Article 2 by Michelle Mantor This article is #2 in a series of 3 that highlight natural canine health including topics such as diet, covered in article 1; in this article, we focus on vaccines and the controversy surrounding them. Stay tuned for alternative therapies in article #3. The book, Holistic […]
Safeguarding the health of your senior pet is of primary concern. Senior wellness programs allow veterinarians to help increase your pet’s lifespan through proactive preventive health care. Because many health problems cannot be identified by a physical exam, it is recommended all senior pets receive wellness screenings to permit early diagnosis of any hidden problems.
As temperatures soar to record highs in August, many pet owners are left asking what exactly they should be doing to shield their dogs or cats from the heat wave’s unforgiving side effects. Heat waves leave more humans dead than any other natural disaster and it isn’t much different for animals either. WebVet.com offers a […]
Peanut Butter Bears, Chicken Woofers, Heart of Texas BBQ Cookies, Cheescake Danish….yummmm! Sounds mouth watering? Yes, and your pup or kitty will think so too!! Woof Pet Bakery in Old Town Spring has the most delectable treats, cookies, cakes and more for your pet that it’s worth the trip just to see the selection. “We pride […]