Protect Your Pet from Lyme Disease | Chandler AZ Vet

Protect Your Pet from Lyme Disease May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, so take this opportunity to educate yourself on the dangers of Lyme disease. While Lyme disease may be more common in certain areas, it has been reported in every state in the US. Lyme disease can cause recurring health problems, and it canContinue reading “Protect Your Pet from Lyme Disease | Chandler AZ Vet”

Poisoning in Pets: What to Do | Chandler Vet

Poisoning in Pets: What to Do Pet poisoning can happen in an instant, but fast action could make a huge difference in your pet’s recovery. March is Poison Prevention Month, so take this opportunity to educate yourself on how to handle a poisoning event. Symptoms of toxicity in pets can vary in severity, depending onContinue reading “Poisoning in Pets: What to Do | Chandler Vet”

National Pet Dental Health Month | Chandler Vet

February is National Pet Dental Health Month Pets need to take care of their smile, just like humans! To celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month, we are sharing some tips on how you can take care of your pet’s teeth and gums. Dental health can be directly correlated to serious health conditions, like diabetes andContinue reading “National Pet Dental Health Month | Chandler Vet”

General Nutritional Guide for Dogs | Chandler Vet

General Nutritional Guide for Dogs With so many excellent dog food options currently on the market, it can be challenging to figure out which one would be the right choice for your pup. There are so many factors to consider when trying to determine which food would be best for your pet, so talk toContinue reading “General Nutritional Guide for Dogs | Chandler Vet”

5 Pet Safety Tips for the Holiday Season | Chandler Vet

5 Pet Safety Tips for the Holiday Season The holidays are right around the corner, so take this chance to learn about how you can make this time of year safer for your pets. Many pets experience veterinary emergencies during the holidays due to the seasonal foods and decorations that become accessible to them. YourContinue reading “5 Pet Safety Tips for the Holiday Season | Chandler Vet”

Chandler Vet | National Pet Diabetes Month

November is National Pet Diabetes Month November is National Pet Diabetes Month, so our Chandler vet wanted to take this opportunity to spread awareness about the health risks associated with pet diabetes. This condition is a lifelong challenge for pets, and it needs to be properly managed in order for an animal to live aContinue reading “Chandler Vet | National Pet Diabetes Month”

October is National Pet Wellness Month | Chandler AZ Vet

October is National Pet Wellness Month Tips for Pet Wellness from our Chandler Vet To celebrate National Pet Wellness Month, our Chandler vet would like to share some tips on how to keep your pet healthy! Regular wellness visits are an essential step to keeping your pet happy and comfortable. They can help your petContinue reading “October is National Pet Wellness Month | Chandler AZ Vet”

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month | Chandler Vet

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month To celebrate Animal Pain Awareness Month, our Chandler vet would like to share some tips about recognizing pain in pets. Identifying discomfort in pets can be difficult because it can be hard for pets to communicate with owners. Cats especially can be very elusive when it comes to communicatingContinue reading “September is Animal Pain Awareness Month | Chandler Vet”

Dog-Friendly Summertime Activities | Chandler AZ Vet

Dog-Friendly Summertime Activities The summer is a wonderful time to bond with your pet! Our Chandler vet has some fun activities that you and your pet can do all summer long! Whether it’s going on a trip, relaxing in the kiddie pool, or just playing fetch, there are so many fun things to do withContinue reading “Dog-Friendly Summertime Activities | Chandler AZ Vet”

Pet Dental Care 101 | Chandler Veterinarian

Pet Dental Care 101 Our pets require dental care just like we do, so we recommend that they come in every year for a dental cleaning. Oral health is directly connected to overall physical health, and many underlying conditions can first show signs in our teeth and gums. That is the same case for ourContinue reading “Pet Dental Care 101 | Chandler Veterinarian”