April Newsletter 2022

April Newsletter 2022

Anxiety in Dogs and Cats Many people are familiar with anxiety disorders in humans, but did you know that our pets can experience anxiety too? Anxiety is a very normal experience for any animal, and under normal conditions, anxiety helps to keep animals safe from...
March Newsletter 2022

March Newsletter 2022

Parasites and Preventatives Refresher Spring is here, sort of! Despite the occasional snowstorm, our daytime temperatures are consistently above freezing, which means we will have a lot more parasite activity. We have a number of pesky parasites in Minnesota that can...
February Newsletter 2022

February Newsletter 2022

Pro Tips for Medicating Your Pet When your veterinarian prescribes a medication for your pet, you are left with the difficult task of getting your pet to take that medication. Some pets will happily eat anything put in front of them, but what can you do if your pet...
January Newsletter 2022

January Newsletter 2022

Common Forms of Dental Disease in Cats and Dogs Dental disease is one of the most common diagnoses that we make in veterinary medicine. While they don’t usually get cavities like humans do, cats and dogs can be affected by a wide range of other tooth concerns:...
Returning To Curbside Service

Returning To Curbside Service

We hoped that COVID-19 would not still be such a big part of our lives heading into the 2022, but unfortunately, it’s becoming clear that we are facing another severe wave of new cases. We have been closely watching the rise in cases over the past week. As cases...
Happy New Year 2022!

Happy New Year 2022!

Last year was another wild and crazy ride for many of us.  Thank you to each of you for being with us throughout this journey.  We are grateful to be in this profession, to do meaningful work, and to have such incredible pet owners to partner with every day.  As we...
December Newsletter 2021

December Newsletter 2021

COVID-19 Update We are consistently monitoring the prevalence of COVID-19 in our community. The Omicron variant is quickly changing our local situation. In response, we are improving our masking and hygiene protocols, and discussing at what point we may need to...
November Newsletter 2021

November Newsletter 2021

Vaccine-Preventable Diseases  Vaccines have been on everyone’s mind over the past year thanks to COVID. One of the most common reasons that people bring their pets to the vet is to receive their vaccines. We are lucky to have a number of safe, effective vaccines...

October Newsletter 2021

Limping In Your Pet- When Should You Be Concerned? We’ve all experienced it: your dog runs outside, you hear a yelp, and they come in limping. Or your cat leaps down from a high perch and suddenly isn’t using a leg. How do you know if limping is a reason to rush right...

SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER 2021

Health Alert: Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus found in Ramsey County On Tuesday, September 28th, the Minnesota Board of Animal Health announced that two housemate rabbits in Ramsey County were diagnosed with Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV2). RHDV2 has...