When something is wrong with your pet, the world may seem upside down. Many frantic pet owners turn to the Internet for information. While there is a lot of good information out there, sometimes this can take you down a dark rabbit hole if you are not careful.
There are so many things about the great outdoors that, if we really stopped to seriously fret over them, we might never leave the house again. While the endless possibility of outcomes shouldn’t inhibit our adventures, it is important to proceed with caution. That’s why we recommend parasite prevention, microchipping, vaccinations, and more. When it comes to dogs and bee stings, there are not only ways to prevent this potentially painful situation, but also options for treating allergic reactions.
Buzz, Buzz, Buzz
Bees are really cool insects, and we owe them a lot for pollinating our plants and crops. Dogs don’t know that, of course, and just cannot resist their buzzing, flying coolness. Their curiosity and playfulness can truly get the best of dogs who have serious or even life-threatening allergic reactions to bee venom. Continue…
Perhaps the best part of this time of are all of the baby animals that are born. After all, who can resist a tiny, fuzzy bunny or a clumsy fawn?
What’s an animal lover to do, though, when you find a baby animal that seems to be in need of help? The most important part of helping baby wildlife is understanding your role in the situation. Vaughn Road Veterinary Clinic is happy to help those who care about animals as much as we do, to do a great job when it comes to looking out for critters of all shapes and sizes.
The recent rash of devastating hurricanes has many Americans asking themselves what they would do if faced with a natural disaster or severe weather event; Are we prepared with emergency supplies? Do we have a place to go if we ever needed to evacuate? What about our pets?
The incidents of pets left behind during hurricanes and other natural disasters are a sad and dangerous situation, leading to thousands of homeless pets, distraught owners, and a potential increase in zoonotic diseases such as Leptospirosis or Giardia. In the wake of hurricane Irma we have been asked many questions regarding evacuating with pets, and we’d like to assure our readers that there is plenty you do to plan for your pets’ welfare, both during and after a natural disaster.