3 Emerging Trends in Veterinary Services

Veterinary services have come a long way in recent years, with technological advancements, changing consumer preferences, and evolving pet care needs driving significant trends in the industry. Here are three emerging trends in veterinary services that are reshaping the way people care for their furry companions. Telehealth and Telemedicine for Pets The adoption of telehealth and telemedicine in veterinary services is one of the most transformative trends in the industry. Just as telehealth has become a valuable tool in human healthcare, it's now playing a critical role in veterinary care. Read More 

Take Your Pet To The Veterinary Clinic To Get Their Rabies Vaccines

Rabies is 100% fatal in most cases. If a human gets bitten by a suspected rabid animal, they can go to the hospital and get a series of shots that will kill the rabies virus in their body before it can cause a problem. Without those shots, people will die from rabies.  Pets and Rabies If your pet gets bitten by a rabid animal and they have never had a rabies shot, they should be euthanized because there is no post-exposure vaccine for domestic animals like there is for people. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Feline Leukemia

If you're like most people who share their lives, homes, and hearts with a cat, you naturally want your feline friend to have the best of everything. Giving a cat a good quality of life includes providing good health care, and this means keeping up on pet vaccines. One of the infectious diseases that cats are at risk for is feline leukemia (FeLV). Here's what you need to know about it. Read More 

Being Prepared To Take Your Pet To An Animal Hospital

When your pet is suffering a medical problem or an injury, it may need prompt treatment from a veterinarian at an animal hospital. For new pet owners, these situations will often lead to them feeling overwhelmed and uncertain as to how they can best meet these emergency needs. Know The 24 Hour Animal Hospitals In Your Area Unfortunately, it is often the case that a pet will experience an injury or medical emergency during times when the veterinarian's office is closed. Read More 

What Information to Leave with Your Pet Sitter This Summer

If you are planning on going out of town this summer, and you are planning on leaving your pet with a qualified pet sitting, you want to make sure that the pet sitter has all the right information to take care of your pet should an emergency arise. Contact Information for Your Vet The first thing you need to do is leave your vet's number and address for your pet sitter. Read More