Blog Entries - 2011

Tis the Season to eat jolly...something like that.

Tis the Season to eat jolly...something like that.

Posted on: December 22, 2011
Tags: Holiday Tips
Happy holidays to all of the four legged and two legged friends of House vets.  It is or hope that you have a safe and blessed Christmas.  We are enjoying the many gifts that you brought to the clinic this year and are so very grateful.  read more …

Fall allergies... it can be a problem for dogs too.

Posted on: September 14, 2011
Tags: Allergies
Fall has just started, and we are already seeing many dogs miserable as a result of seasonal allergies.  Dogs and cats can sometimes have watery eyes and sneeze when suffering from allergies, but more often the signs are dermatologic in read more …
Spending time with your pet

Spending time with your pet

Posted on: September 12, 2011
Tags: Quality Time
As a working mom, I know that finding any free time can be very difficult.  One great way to force yourself to get in some quality time with your pet is by scheduling one of the great doggy events around town into your calendar.  There are read more …

Pet food recalls....the saga

Posted on: September 7, 2011
Tags: Pet Food
It seems that pet products are being recalled on a regular basis.  Fortunately it shows that there is increased monitoring and regulation of pet related items.  Here is a list of recalls that occurred this year.  Bon read more …

Fireworks, thunder, and dogs. Oh my!

Posted on: September 4, 2011
Tags: Holiday Tips
For many dogs, loud noises such as fireworks, firecrackers, and thunderstorms can be a living nightmare. If you know that your pup has these phobias, then it is best to be prepared with remedies to settle your pet's anxiety. There are many natural products read more …
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Feel Free to Contact Us At: 513-474-8381

Posted on: August 19, 2011
Tags: Providing care for every stage of your pet\'s life
There is nothing greater to us than having a relationship with a new puppy or kitten and see it grow up and spend many years playing and having fun. Watching it become mature and wise. Seeing a patient through all of stages of it's life is what we read more …