In this week’s Pet Advice, Dr. Amy Guernsey talks about how xylitol, a substance commonly used as a sugar substitute and found in many foods, can be toxic for dogs.
In this week’s Pet Advice, rabbits can make great pets, but there are some things to keep in mind before bringing home your own Easter bunny.
In this week’s Pet Advice, many of us enjoy going to parks and feeding the geese and ducks, but is it healthy for them?
In this week’s Pet Advice, Dr. Guernsey talks about the pros and cons of guinea pigs as pets.
In this week’s Pet Advice, Dr. Travis Gratton talks about studies underway, what CBD is purported to treat and what you need to know about CBD before giving it to your pets.
Dr. Guernsey shares how heart disease may affect animals and tips for helping to keep your pet healthy.
In this week’s Pet Advice, taking care of your pet’s dental health needs begins at home.
In this week’s Pet Advice segment, Dr. Amy Guernsey discusses why pets need dental care.
Dr. Travis Gratton explains why people may be leaning toward a curbside veterinary care visit, as opposed to a normal office visit.
In this week’s Pet Advice, Dr. Amy Guernsey talks about feather loss and what’s typical for your pet bird.
Dr. Travis Gratton has some advice on the things you need to know before boarding your furry loved one.
Dr. Amy Guernsey said the start of a new year is a great time to refocus on your pet’s health.
In this week’s Pet Advice, Dr. Amy Guernsey explains why toys and enrichment activities are crucial for your pet bird’s health.
For older pets many chronic diseases have subtle onset and slow progression, but can be treated or better managed if diagnosed early.