We write today with the hope that this message finds you and your family in good health. It has become clear to all of us by now that the Coronavirus will touch every corner of our lives. As we continue to adapt to this new reality, we keep you - our clients - in our thoughts and prayers.
We're taking precautions to protect our team and community.
Think of all the things you do to keep your pooch or kitty healthy. You provide a safe home, a nutritious diet, and lots of exercise and engaging play. You love and comfort them. You get them to their wellness visits, keep their vaccines up to date, and make sure they have their flea and tick preventatives.
As the coronavirus continues to spread across the U.S., families are reminded to take precautions for keeping loved ones healthy. This includes things like thorough hand washing, eating well, getting enough rest, and avoiding people with compromised immune systems.
When it comes to dental care, cats aren't as likely to get treatment as their canine counterparts. This is often because cats are better at hiding pain and because there are so many misconceptions about their behavior. Because it's National Pet Dental Health Month, here are some fascinating facts about the feline mouth