Barn and Outdoor Cats—Feline Health From the Outside-In

Although we would love every cat to live indoors, sleep at the foot of our bed, and enjoy the great outdoors from the safety of a window perch, some cats cannot or will not be constrained to indoor life. While these cats may lead a different lifestyle, they still deserve quality veterinary care. Here are [...]

Mosquitoes and Ticks—Protect Your Pet From These Dangerous Parasites

They may be tiny creatures, but mosquitoes and ticks carry diseases that can significantly affect your pet’s health, and can be deadly. Our team at Tamberley Animal Hospital wants to provide information about these diseases to ensure your pet is protected. When mosquitoes target your pet A vector is a living organism that carries and [...]

Booms, Bangs, and Blasts: Your Pet’s Worst Fear

You’ve likely seen your furry pal dive under the coffee table when the vacuum comes out, or seek shelter in your closet during a thunderstorm, but did you know this specific fear has a name? Noise aversion is a common, yet underdiagnosed, condition that affects cats and dogs. Many pet owners believe their pet’s fear [...]

Allergies In Pets: Your Questions Answered

At the height of the growing season, when pollen is thick in the air, your seasonal allergies make you downright miserable. Itchy, watery eyes and constant sneezing herald bright blooms, tall grasses, and fully leafed trees, but you wish you could enjoy the beautiful flora without your allergy symptoms. You’re grateful your furry pal doesn’t [...]

A Seat at the Table—Pet-Friendly Holiday Foods

At Tamberly Animal Hospital, we focus on preventing illness and injury in pets through owner education. And, while we encourage owners to include their pets in their daily lives, when we cover holiday festivities, our advice often includes more “don’ts” than “do’s.”  This month, we’d like to change that by providing some safe, healthy ways [...]

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