Being a veterinary nurse I am used to assisting in euthanasias. They're hard, all of them, but the last one I assisted with was one of the worst I have ever assisted with. Why? Because what happened was preventable. Amos (name changed) came to us as a drop off appointment for a regular, semi-annual check… Continue reading Diabetes- Fat Dogs are NOT cute!
Spring can be a hard time of year on senior pups! The cold and damp weather, less chance for exercise, shorter days... There are many reasons winter ad spring can be rough for our older pups. There are some easy ways we can make the season easier on our older dogs! *Utilize more mental exercise… Continue reading Spring & The Senior Dog
Last May was a crazy time. Parker's eye started the downward spiral that lead to it being removed, and at one of Parker's routine vet visits we found a swelling in his mouth. I immediately had flashbacks to Jack and his oral cancer. His doctor had an idea of what it is, but we sent… Continue reading Tongue Troubles- Parker’s Ranula
When I think of him, I can't help but say "Oh, Oliver!" to myself. My Pup Pup (what he usually goes by), my fluffy puppers. My work in progress. Oliver takes a lot of management to get through the day. We adopted Oliver at 11 months old. He was a foster dog for a few… Continue reading The Oliver Diaries
It's not quite February, so I'm just under the wire for New Year's resolutions. Instead of making resolutions for myself, I'm making resolutions for this year with the Poms! These are things I promise them for 2018. Oliver- oh, Oliver. This year I resolve to double my efforts in working on socializing Oliver. He has… Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions
Dental health is SO important for our dogs! According to the AVMA 95% of all dogs and cats will have periodontal disease by age 3. Bad breath isn't the only thing that can come of dental problems. Long-term effects of dental disease include kidney, liver and heart disease. As a pet owner I know anesthetic… Continue reading All About Dentals!
Trusting a stranger with your dog, especially when sharp objects are concerned, can be hard to do! How do you go about finding good dog groomer? I recently had to find a new grooming salon for the Poms, and here's some handy tips from what I learned in my search! *Ask around! Do you have… Continue reading How to Find A Good Dog Groomer