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General Health

Posted on: February 10, 2021

Anesthesia-Free Pet Dental Care

Anesthesia-Free Pet Dental Care is part two of a dental health series by Dr. Laura Weis, co-owner of Doylestown Veterinary Hospital & Holistic Pet Care Dental disease, and the associated pain and secondary health complications that accompany it, plague our companion animals.  The first article in this two-part series, Pet Dental Health & Care Options Read the full article…

Miscellaneous

Posted on: January 28, 2021

Pet Dental Health & Care Options

Pet Dental Health & Care Options: Part I of a two-part series by Dr. Laura Weis, co-owner of Doylestown Veterinary Hospital & Holistic Pet Care The statistics are nothing to smile about.  According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of dental disease by age three. Read the full article…

General Health

Posted on: January 21, 2021

pet vaccines

Why Quality Pet Vaccines Matter

Would you want your beloved dog or cat to receive a vaccine if you knew pet vaccines contained a trace amount of mercury, or had a history of causing cancer or inflammation around the brain? Would you be willing to pay a few extra dollars for a pet vaccine known to be safer, to cause Read the full article…

General Health

Posted on: January 19, 2021

Should You Clean the Litter Box with Soap? Natural and Hygienic Approaches to Litter Box Maintenance from the Experts

A clean cat is a happy cat. These incredibly hygienic animals have a finely attuned sense of smell. Because of this, when their litter boxes are not cleaned regularly, cats can become disgruntled, experience distress and anxiety, and may even begin to act out. Many pet parents, however, dramatically underestimate just how frequently a cat’s Read the full article…

Miscellaneous

Posted on: December 9, 2020

holiday pet tips

Should I Feed My Dog Table Food? Holiday Pet Tips for a Successful Season

Pet parents may be experiencing challenges with the puppies they adopted during the early stages of the pandemic. Stay-at-home restrictions made socialization and engagement with new people, places, and things difficult, if not impossible. There is a distinct social component that is critical to a dog’s early growth between 8-12 weeks of age. During their Read the full article…