As many of you may know, we enjoy working with Whatcom Humane Society. They provide vital services to the animals in our county. The Whatcom Humane Society cares for thousands of companion animals each year. Community support is essential in
An entrée into functional foods: Golden paste, bone broth and medicinal mushrooms May 12, 2016 By Heather Lewellen, DVM VETERINARY MEDICINE Curious about alternative medicinal foods? Read on! (Getty Images)Turmeric and bones and mushrooms, oh my! Sounds like a witch’s
It is always nice to know what to expect when you visit the veterinarian. Why? Because nobody likes surprises. So what is going through the doctor’s mind when your dog or cat is presented for an exam? Let’s just say
Why is dental care so important for our pets? For the same reason it’s important to each and every one of us. Yes, it’s true. Have you seen the ads on TV explaining how good dental health is so important
“Where are you going with my pet and why can’t I come too?” This is a common question in any clinic. It’s your baby after all. You should be present for an examination so you can provide insights about your
Results received from the Cornell Animal Health Diagnostic Laboratory confirmed canine influenza virus H3N2 in the two dogs who developed respiratory disease while boarding at a Kent, WA boarding kennel in late December/early January. These two dogs has previously tested
Canine influenza (H3N8 and H3N2 viruses) is a viral disease that causes symptoms similar to those experienced by humans with the flu, including cough, sneezing, lethargy, fever, and discharge from the nose and eyes. There are two known influenza viruses
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