Post by Dr. Jamie Senthirajah Overview Has your pup recently become (or has always been) a lazy bum that seems to be packing on the pounds? We’ll it may not be just because he is a couch potato, but he
Post by Dr. Jamie Senthirajah Overview Does you envy your cat because he is able to eat whatever he wants and still loses weight? Well, it may not be good genes keeping him svelte enough to fit in those skinny
Post by Dr. Jamie Senthirajah Heartworm Disease Overview Heartworm disease is an infectious process that can affect your dog. This disease is transmitted from mosquitoes that harbor the infectious larvae they pick up from other pets affected by this disease.
Post by Kelly Jankauskas I’m a veterinary technician. When I tell people that I meet my job title, I’m greeted with, “Oh, how cool! You must love dogs!” And I tell them that yes, I love all my pup pals,
I’m going to start this little side blog here busting out OPINION as opposed to strictly pet pieces and information brought to you by drug manufacturers and other heavy players in the health game. I mean, you all know by
There was once a time when I was pitched for TV shows – on cable and on good ole network TV, as a host posing as the Obesity Sheriff. The concept was simple: bring awareness to the public about pet
(sometimes I rhyme slow, sometimes I rhyme quick) Post by Dr. Jamie Senthirajah Diabetes Mellitus Overview Diabetes mellitus is one of the more common diseases that affects cats. Cats with diabetes have an overabundance of glucose circulating in the bloodstream
Post by Dr. Cindy Carter What are vaccines and why are they important? Vaccines are non-infectious forms of communicable diseases that are injected into the body to produce an immune response. Protective antibodies are created by the body so that