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You may be familiar with ultrasounds if you are a pet parent. Veterinarians can view your pet's body using this noninvasive imaging method.
During World Pet Memorial Day, which arrives every June 13th, former and current animal owners honor their lost pets. Many grieving pet parents take comfort in believing their departed animals crossed over a Rainbow Bridge that connects Earth to Heaven.
Are you familiar with pet acupuncture? If not, it might surprise you that the method is effective for treating pets.
National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day is May 13, 2023. Life on the Big Island is beautiful, but we also face many disaster threats.
April is National Heartworm Awareness Month. The American Heartworm Society, established in 1974, holds this month of recognition to bring more attention to heartworm disease. Here are some important things that pet owners should know about this serious and potentially fatal condition.
There's nothing quite like the love and companionship that a pet can bring to your family. If you are thinking about bringing an animal into your home, consider taking steps to adopt a pet rather than buying one from a breeder. April 30th is National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day and what better way to celebrate than by learning more about how you can make a difference while enriching your life with a new pet?
Taking care of their furry loved one is a full-time labor of love for every pet parent out there. Since pets can't tell you when they don't feel well or need something, it's important to be watchful and work with your veterinarian to keep your dog or cat healthy. Do you know the right questions to ask, though? Here are five things to bring up with your doctor on World Veterinary Day.