Doylestown Veterinary Hospital Blog

General Health

Posted on: April 20, 2020

Microchip Identification Creates Happy Reunions

Whether scared away by loud noises like thunder and firecrackers, slipping out a door that was accidentally left open, or getting past an invisible fence, losing a pet can happen. One in three pets will go missing from home during a lifetime, but microchip identification creates happy reunions! Microchip Identification Doylestown Veterinary Hospital & Holistic Read the full article…

General Health

Posted on: April 17, 2020

puppy care tips

Puppy Care Tips for A Healthy Start

Congratulations! Whether this is your first puppy or you’ve done this before, caring for a puppy includes helping your pet adjust to family life and establishing a foundation of care for a long and healthy life. During this time of stay-at-home orders and social distancing, having the time to bond and care for a puppy Read the full article…

General Health

Posted on: March 10, 2020

Pet Dental Care: Neeko’s New Smile

Neeko was rescued by his new forever family—that was certainly a reason to smile. However, Neeko’s new smile is also the result of healthier, pain-free mouth. Like many small dogs, Neeko developed severe periodontal disease at a relatively young age. Dogs and cats can experience gum inflammation, infection and pain, and tooth and bone loss Read the full article…

General Health

Posted on: November 6, 2019

The War on Pet Cancer: Past Approaches

November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer is now the leading cause of death in almost half of American dogs and about a third of cats. This is the first in a series of articles focused on pet cancer.


Posted on: November 6, 2019

Chiropractic Thinking in Veterinary Medicine

Applying chiropractic thinking in veterinary medicine can be a helpful an assessment tool to better evaluate a pet’s condition. Chiropractic considers the present and important neurologic nature of the body, which allows a veterinary practitioner to think differently about medicine and the nature of the problems seen in practice.