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Our Top 5 Tips to Keep Pets Safe This Holiday Season

Pets are like family, so naturally they enjoy the holiday season as much as their owners—right? Hi, Fido here. While we surely love having the family home more and can’t get enough of the fireside snuggles, many holiday traditions could mean an emergency veterinary visit. Here’s how to keep us safe and merry this holiday [...]

3 Tips to Avoid Thanksgiving Tragedies for Your Pet

When you think about Thanksgiving, your mind naturally first goes to the food. While the holiday focuses heavily on the feast, it’s also a time to count your blessings and spend time with loved ones. Let one of your blessings this year be that you prevented your furry pal from snatching the turkey off the [...]

4 Safe Ways to Include Your Pet in Halloween Fun

If your Halloween plans find you staying home this year, why not let your pet in on the fun? While some pets want absolutely nothing to do with ghoulish costumes and incessant doorbell ringing, social pets may find this exciting evening fun and enjoyable—with a little preparation. Since this time of year poses some notable [...]

6 Things Pet Owners Should Know About Vaccines

Vaccines are a hot topic in the U.S. these days, and we get a lot of questions about which vaccines are necessary, if they are safe, and if pets can skip them altogether. We’ve broken down some of this important information, so our clients can stay more informed, and make the best decisions for their [...]

What to Expect at Your Cat’s Annual Wellness Appointment

Your cat is happy, has a healthy appetite, and gets exercise from regular play. So, why do you need to bring them to WesVet each year? Routine and preventive veterinary care is essential for cats for many reasons. For one, the feline species is notorious for their independence—they are unlikely to let you know when [...]

Top 10 Summer Safety Products for Pets

Summer is in full swing and, more than likely, you and your furry friends are enjoying all that these dog days have to offer. Whether you prefer a day boating on the open water, a dip in your private pool, or a simple game of fetch at the local park, the warm weather presents endless [...]

How to Plan a Pet-Safe July Fourth Fete

It’s hard to believe that summer is around the corner, and with it, our favorite hot-weather holiday. Who doesn’t love the thought of friends and family gathering over a delicious barbecue and colorful fireworks? Although our July Fourth celebrations will likely look a little different this year due to the current pandemic, if you’re organizing [...]

What’s New With COVID-19 and Pets?

As the pandemic presses on, we continue to learn more about the novel SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, including how it affects species other than humans. Since our initial COVID-19 Q & A post, we have gained more insight into disease transmission and the susceptibility of pets and other animals, but we still lack an extensive understanding of [...]

Should My Pet Visit the Veterinarian During COVID-19 Pandemic?

Opening our doors in the midst of a pandemic was not the way we envisioned celebrating our first days, but pets still need health care, and we will be ready to provide important services. Many businesses have been ordered to close, but veterinary hospitals have been deemed essential, and remain open. However, to be responsible [...]

COVID-19 and Pets: FAQs

With the slew of information circulating about the novel coronavirus, we understand you may have many questions regarding how this public health crisis affects your beloved pets. While much still needs to be discovered, most of what we know suggests that pets likely have little involvement. Read on for answers to some common questions regarding [...]

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