For the Love of Vets

For the Love of Vets

  • Going on Vacation and Can't Take Your Dog? Use Animal Boarding

    If you are going on vacation and have a dog, you may be trying to determine what you are going to do with it while you are gone. One option you have is to put your dog in animal boarding. This way you can have a great time knowing your dog is being well cared for. Below are three tips to help you find the right animal boarding. Size One thing you need to consider is the size of the animal boarding facility.

  • Getting Your First Golden Retriever Puppy? 2 Tips To Make Sure It's Happy And Healthy

    If you are getting a new golden retriever puppy you need to make sure you learn as much as you can about this dog. This will allow you to take good care of it so it is happy and healthy. To help you, below are two tips for you to get started. Get Them Vaccinated One of the most important things you need to do is to take your puppy to the veterinarian to get vaccinated.

  • When To Call The Vet For Your Pregnant Dog

    When your dog is pregnant, it's normal to be excited. You probably can't wait to meet the little ones! However, during this exciting time, you also need to keep your dog's health and wellness in mind. Here are some signs that your pregnant dog should see a veterinarian. Your dog seems to be having contractions before 55 days of pregnancy. The normal length of gestation for dogs is between 58 and 68 days.

  • Reasons For Having Your Dog Properly Vaccinated

    If you have a puppy then it is important for you to make sure they are given their vaccinations. As a puppy, they will need to have at least three sets of shots. They will need to have their booster shots in order to make sure they are in fact covered. Then, they are going to need to have their vaccinations once a year from that point on. Here are some of the reasons why dog vaccinations are so important: 

  • Why You Might Need To Request No Socialization For Your Pet During A Boarding Visit

    When you choose a suitable boarding service that will care for your pet dog while you're out of town, you generally want to pick one that will provide socialization time. Dogs are social animals, and while your pet should have some quiet time for resting, it can often benefit from time spent mixing with the other dogs at the boarding service. This concept might be the norm, but it's not always applicable to every client.

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For the Love of Vets

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.