For the Love of Vets

For the Love of Vets

  • Indoor Or Outdoor Cat: Why Both Need Vaccinations

    Whether your cat is outside with other animals, free to roam around the neighborhood, or is an indoor cat, laying close and cuddling up next to you each day, your cat should be vaccinated. Vaccinations are important in all pets, even those that you allow to go wild and those that you keep at home. Vaccinations help protect your pet and other pets from diseases such as rabies and feline herpesvirus.

  • Protect Your Pets: How To Prepare for Stay-at-Home Orders

    If your local government is about to begin stay-at-home orders, it's time to get your family ready for the changes. If you have pets, include them in your readiness plans. Your pets need to be taken care of, as well. Here are some steps you can take to protect your pets during stay-at-home orders. Schedule a Pet Clinic Appointment If your community isn't under orders yet, schedule a veterinary checkup for your pets as soon as possible.

  • What Veterinarian Services Does Your Dog Need?

    You may take very good care of your dog, offering love and attention and food and exercise for your dog, but they're going to need something more than just these things. They will, at some point in time, need veterinarian services. Your dog is going to require things from the veterinarian that you aren't going to be able to give to them. Read on for a few of the services that are going to be needed.

  • What You Should Know About Dog Dental Care

    When you are a dog owner, you have a lot to think about when it comes to their care and well-being. Because of this, you may sometimes feel overwhelmed or may even not know about some of the things you should be keeping track of with their health. Dental care and oral health care may be one of the things that slips between the cracks when it comes to taking care of your dog.

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    Did you know that when a veterinarian graduates from veterinary school, they must take an oath before they are allowed to practice? This is similar to the Hippocratic Oath that doctors take upon graduating from medical school. The new vets promise that they will work to relieve animal suffering and promote the overall health of pets. They also promise to uphold their profession with dignity. If you have ever taken your pet to the vet, you've probably seen a vet live this oath firsthand. You can be confident your pet is in good hands. Learn more about vets and the wonderful work they do in the articles curated here.