The most common options for body care are cremation or burial. In contrast to human cremations, companion animals can not only be cremated 100% alone but also with other animals partitioned by space, bricks or small divider, or in a communal group. 100% Private cremation is just that — one animal in the cremation unit at a time.
Yikes! I have an Emergency! We’ve all had them. The emergency in the middle of the night with our new silly puppy or the one on Christmas Day with our elderly sweet cat. Having had the opportunity to train and work in many veterinary emergency clinics across the country, I’ve noticed a few things that […]
Pet First Aid Kit Checklist You can easily put together a well-stocked pet first aid kit using a waterproof container that opens and closes easily. Remember to always have numbers for both your family veterinarian and an after-hours emergency veterinarian readily available! When faced with an emergency, call them first! Bandage Material 1” or 2” […]
Animals are amazing at hiding what ails them. This is an instinctual drive that they have mastered in order to survive in the wild. We all know that weak and ill animals are preyed upon. Furthermore, our cats and dogs really want to “show up” for us. Given their deep connection with us, they want […]
There are two main groups of veterinarians. The first group is composed of “general practitioners”. These veterinarians have graduated from vet school and some have even completed an internship (an additional year post vet school of intensive training). These are the ones we are most familiar with. They provide much needed preventative care such as […]