Accidents happen. That's why we keep band-aids in the cupboard. But what should you keep on hand for your pet? We complied this basic list of supplies for a pet first aid and disaster preparedness kit. - Phone numbers: family veterinarian (that's
The trouble with puddles In the Spring and Autumn, we tend to have quite a bit of rain. Many areas that would otherwise be dry become soggy and wet, retaining ponds fill with water, drainage ditches are like streams. Also during these seasons, our wildlife
Summer is Coming!
Let's Keep Them Safe As the weather gets warmer (and fast!), we are spending more time outdoors with our pets. We wanted to take a few moments and remember the warm weather risks for our furry friends. In the next few weeks we'll go over these risks and what
Tick Season is Upon Us!
As summer begins, we are greeted by one of our least favorite parasites: the tick. Of the 13 species found in Ohio, the American dog tick is the most prevelant. Other common species include the groundhog tick and brown dog tick. These tiny arachnids are
Pet of the Month Queso is a very friendly and social Siamese mix who lives with our very own Miss Felix. Queso has a history of getting into trouble. When he was a kitten, he hurt his leg and developed an infection so severe that Felix thought his leg was
Nominate Your Pet for Pet of the Month!
Here we go again!
Nominations for "Pet of the Month" blog posts will be accepted via our Facebook page. You can nominate your pet, or another furry friend, at anytime.
Post a picture with your submission and make sure you have a few pictures and a brief story to share!