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Just as humans sometimes require surgery to diagnose or address a health condition, pets also undergo surgery. Endoscopy and laparoscopy allow veterinarians to evaluate your pet's organs, such as the urinary system, intestines, stomach, lungs, and nasal cavity.
How will your family celebrate World Wildlife Conservation Day this year? Falling between Thanksgiving and the December holidays, this national celebration of everything wild, furry, scaled, and feathered began in 2012, and continues to be one of the most significant days on any animal lover’s calendar.
National Dog Walking Week is a time to remember the benefits of walking your dog. It is not only your dog that profits, but you get some advantages out of it, too. If you are tired of the same old routine, change it up with a new route for some adventure. Your dog will appreciate it, as well.
Many of us have stepped onto the scale at a doctor’s office, watched the numbers on the digital display slowly creep upward, and waited for the doctor’s lecture about weight, BMI, and how being overweight or obese can contribute to — or even cause — serious health issues.
Caring properly for a pet during an extended stay requires a particular set of skills. While many boarding facilities do their best to provide individualized care, they often rely on local pet hospitals for expert veterinary care and behavioral advice.
Did you know that October is ASPCA “Adopt A Shelter Dog Month” and American Humane's “Adopt-A-Dog Month”? If you have been thinking about adding a new furry family member, there is no better time than now to find your next best friend. Here at Pet Hospitals of Hawaii, we love every dog that comes through our doors, but we have a special place in our hearts for those pups who have found a new home through a rescue or humane society adoption.
From the spooky to the sweet, Halloween is a lot of fun! If you plan to celebrate the haunting holiday with your pet, remember to keep your pet’s safety a priority.
November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month. You can take this time to educate yourself on the symptoms and treatments for the most common types of cancer found in pets.