In this week’s Pet Advice segment Dr. Travis Gratton talks about the factors that go into the cost of spay/neuter surgeries and why they could vary from location to location.
In this week’s segment of Pet Advice, Dr. Amy Guernsey explains how anxiety may affect your cat or dog and ways to help manage it.
In this week’s Pet Advice segment, Dr. Travis Gratton continues the conversation on brain health in aging pets with a closer look at therapies and ways to manage cognitive decline.
With the Fourth of July holiday is quickly approaching, Dr. Travis Gratton said you should plan ahead to keep your pets safe and manage their anxiety.
Pet parents may notice a decline in their pet’s cognitive function over time. Dr. Travis Gratton said while some of this can be part of the typical aging process, sometimes it’s a more serious concern.
In this week’s Pet Advice, Dr. Travis Gratton talks leashes and the benefits of using one when you head outdoors with your furry friend. He also shares advice for picking out a new leash.
In this week’s Pet Advice segment, Dr. Travis Gratton shares how kennel training your new puppy or dog can help prevent inappropriate and destructive behaviors.
Dr. Travis Gratton explains important steps you should take before you drop off your dog at a pet boarder, including vaccinations your dog may need.
In this week’s Pet Advice, Dr. Travis Gratton talks about various tick-borne diseases affecting pets, symptoms you may notice in your dog or cat as well as tips for prevention.
In this week’s segment of Pet Advice, Dr. Amy Guernsey shares how to keep your furry friends comfortable by keeping fleas at bay and out of your house.
In this week’s Pet Advice segment, Dr. Amy Guernsey shares things you can do to keep yourself and loved ones safe around dogs and what to watch out for in a dog that may indicate it may bite.
In this week’s Pet Advice, Dr. Travis Gratton talks about how cryosurgery works and if it is a good option for your pets.
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.