Corn itself won’t hurt your dog, but corn cobs are extremely hazardous. Every summer we treat seriously ill dogs who have eaten corn cobs.
As we swelter under the first extreme heat and humidity of the summer, it’s a good time to remind you that pets suffer more from the heat than we do. It’s very important to protect both dogs and cats from the dangers of high summer temperatures.
It’s been late in arriving but it is spring and spring means the parasites that seek out your dog are waking up and they’re hungry. Now is the time to test and protect your dog from the dangers of ticks and the diseases they carry.
Ensure your pup has a positive experience at the vet. A Fear Free vet visit begins before you even leave the house.
Thinking of taking your pooch travelling? Here are a few things that you may want to keep in mind to ensure a safe and comfortable trip.
We recently had the wriggly pleasure of getting a parcel of puppies (quite literally) in for a health check. Each of five totally adorable puppies came out of the box and met Dr. Ellison.
Arthritis is a degeneration of the joints’ shock absorber, the cartilage. Up to 60% of our pets develop arthritis over their lifetimes.
There are many advantages to adopting a mature pet. Check out our great list of top reasons to adopt a senior pet.
Moving is stressful to us. Just imagine the effect it can have on your dog, who doesn’t understand what’s going on.
A pack of gorgeous, quickly growing Rottweiler puppies come in for their eight-week checkup. We love days like this!
We recommend all dogs, even ones that had a Heartworm test last year have a 4DX test this year and every year to test for Heartworm and tick-borne disease.
Yesterday we witnessed the miracle of seven tiny lives beginning at Blue Cross Animal Hospital. It is our great pleasure to share it with you.