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Creating Your Own Fun: Do-It-Yourself Enrichment Toys for Pets

Your pet has it all—a cozy bed, top-of-the-line kibble, unlimited treats, and your unwavering love and affection. While these are any cat’s or dog’s essentials, your furry pal still needs more, particularly to help maintain their physical health and mental wellbeing. Read our Tamberly Animal Hospital team’s guide to pet enrichment and learn how you [...]

Growing Up Kitten: The First Year

Humans take many years to develop and grow to adulthood, but kittens reach similar milestones during their first year. Most pet owners enjoy watching their kitten learn to explore their world, but this time goes by quickly. Our Tamberly Animal Hospital team is here to support you and your kitten through each new phase, so [...]

A Healing Light: Laser Therapy for Pets

When you think of lasers, surgical cutting lasers may come to mind, but therapeutic lasers are also becoming increasingly common in veterinary medicine. Used widely in equine sports medicine for years, laser therapy is gaining traction in the small animal world, providing numerous health benefits to dogs, cats, and small exotic pets. Discover how laser [...]

July Fourth Pet Safety FAQs

Independence Day may be ideal for family and friends to gather and celebrate our country’s birthday, but the holiday holds many dangers for your pet. Fireworks fears are a top reason why pets run away during the summer, and crowds and events can also threaten your pet’s behavioral and physical wellbeing. Our Tamberly Animal Hospital [...]

5 Ways to Prevent a Pet Emergency

Emergency situations with pets can pop up out of nowhere, causing you extreme worry and panic. While you cannot prevent every emergency, you can reduce the likelihood of many urgent situations. Here are five ways you can help reduce your pet’s risk for landing in an emergency situation. #1: Spay or neuter your pet Pets [...]

Heartworm Disease: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt Your Pet

With heartworm disease prevention, what you don’t know can hurt your pet. Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition that can damage your pet’s heart, lungs, and other organs. Your knowledge about the disease and effective prevention is essential to protecting your pet. Read our Tamberly Animal Hospital team’s guide to safeguarding your [...]

Common Pet Toxins: A Dangerous Guessing Game

Guessing games can be fun, but not when they concern your pet’s health and wellbeing. Nearly every home holds dangerous pet toxins, and you must be aware of these hazards to be able to prevent your pet from ingesting a poison. March is Pet Poison Prevention Month and the perfect time to test your skills [...]

4 Ways to Reduce the Cost of Your Pet’s Dental Care

Ignoring any aspect of your pet’s care can lead to substantial treatment expenses to restore their comfort and health. Dental care is the best example—left untreated, dental disease can invade every part of your pet’s body and cause not only loose teeth, tooth-root abscesses, and jawbone loss, but also systemic infection, heart damage, and kidney [...]

Do’s and Don’ts for Your Puppy’s First Year

Nothing is better than adopting a puppy—their big, innocent eyes, cute floppy ears, and precious rolls—but, of course, raising a puppy is also a big commitment. You are not alone in feeling a bit overwhelmed at puppy parenting’s responsibilities, and the first year can be especially challenging as you navigate puppyhood’s milestones and the ups [...]

Hello, Friend—Tips for Welcoming Your Adopted Pet

With more than 6.3 million pets entering U.S. animal shelters every year, your new best friend is out there waiting to be found and adopted. At Tamberly Animal Hospital, we believe that pet adoption is one of the kindest ways to repay animals for their gift of unconditional love. And, while we also believe in [...]

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