Holiday Pet Safety Tips

December 7, 2018

The winter holidays are fun for us humans, but our parties, decorations, and festive foods can put our pets at risk! Here are a few tips for keeping your animal companion safe this season: Skip the tinsel if you have cats. They’re very attracted to shiny objects and you don’t want them ingesting tinsel.   Keep […]

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Pet Cancer Awareness

November 17, 2018

It’s a scary statistic: The Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF) reports that one in four dogs and one in five cats will develop cancer in their lifetime—in fact, it’s the leading cause of death for dogs over the age of two. During November at Crow Hill Veterinary Hospital, we observe Pet Cancer Awareness Month, which was […]

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Pamper Your Pooch with a Pet Massage

Your pet works very hard—doing guard dog duties, keeping the squirrels at bay, yelling at the mail carrier, begging for food, keeping the couch warm, etc. All of these tasks eventually take a toll on your best friend, and because you love your doggie so much, of course you want to continue to spoil them, […]

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Gobble Up These Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

November 8, 2018

Don’t give in to persuasive purrs and puppy dog eyes this Thanksgiving! Many of the holiday treats we love can cause health problems for our pets if they eat them. Here are some tips to keep your pets safe this Thanksgiving: • Don’t leave wine glasses at snout or tail level. When pets ingest alcohol, […]

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Deer and Elk Mating Season

October 9, 2018

During deer and elk mating season, bulls and bucks can get aggressive and pose a serious danger to dogs they encounter, especially those who are assertive or curious. It’s never a good idea to let your dog approach wildlife, but it’s especially risky during rutting season in the fall. Some tips for keeping you and […]

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