5 Signs Of Heat Stroke In Cats Thank you to Dr. Kathryn Primm Cats seem to be more resilient when it comes to heat than dogs – Dr. Kathryn Primm, owner of Applebrook Animal Hospital and the “Animal Stuff You
How to Administer Medications to Your Cat. Let’s start with pills or tablets: Many cats only need to visit the veterinarian for routine health care, but sometimes they need treatment for illness or injury. This often requires giving
Fleas These pesky insects can mean trouble for your pet Fleas can cause bacterial infections including Bartonella Fleas carry parasites like tapeworm Heavy infestations of fleas can cause blood loss and anemia Fleas can cause severe skin irritation
What is heartworm disease? Article from American Heartworm Society- more information at www.heartwormsociety.org Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets in the United States and many other parts of the world.
We all love the first signs of Spring, especially here in the Pacific NorthWest. We eagerly await the sunshine and the long warm evenings. Unfortunately, the first signs of spring also bring a population explosion of the critters that create
Bulbs, Corms, Tubers and Rhizomes: What Potential Toxins Are Lurking Below the Soil? BY DR. TINA WISMER DVM, DABVT, DABT | APRIL 6, 2017 Springtime flowers are beautiful, but some are potentially dangerous to our pets.
Itching for long-term relief for your dog with atopic dermatitis? Introducing a new therapy that can help relieve itch associated with canine atopic dermatitis for 4 to 8 weeks. If your dog is constantly itching, scratching or chewing because of
Well, I started out with noble goals of sharing with you all a detailed, researched article on the intricacies of Pet Insurance. You know what happened? I was totally overwhelmed with the number of companies offering a dizzying array of
We want to update everyone on what’s new at Maplewood Animal Hospital. We will be closed Saturday Dec 24th in honor of Christmas Eve and the following Saturday Dec 31st we will be open from 8:30 am until NOON. Our
December abounds with holiday celebrations, but nothing can spoil good cheer like an emergency trip to the veterinary clinic. These tips can help keep your winter holiday season from becoming not-so-happy – for your pet and for you. Plan in