Lyme Disease in Horses

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April is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. Lyme disease is zoonotic, which means that it can affect both people and animals … including horses. Lyme disease may not be as common in horses as other medical issues, such as colic and … Read More »

Caring for a Senior Horse

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Do you have an aging horse on your hands? Just like any other animal, Silver will go through some changes as he ages. Horses are defined as seniors once they reach age 15 or so. However, it isn’t uncommon for … Read More »

Walking Your Dog in Winter

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February 23rd is Walk Your Dog Day! Of course, February isn’t always the best time for a taking long, relaxing stroll with your canine best friend. It can be pretty frigid at this time of year! Read on as a … Read More »

Arthritis in Dogs

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Did you know that arthritis is one of the most common ailments we see in older dogs? In fact, according to the Arthritis Foundation, one in five of all adult pooches are afflicted. The numbers are even higher with senior … Read More »

Senior Cat Care Tips

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As your feline pal ages, you probably won’t see any sudden, drastic changes. Kitties tend to grow old gracefully. However, Fluffy will benefit from some extra TLC in her golden years. Read on as a local Pickerington, OH vet offers … Read More »

Horse Trailer Safety Tips

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Will you be traveling with your horse soon? Perhaps you’re showing, or maybe just trying out some new trails. Safety should always be your top priority when moving your horse. A Pickerington, OH vet offers some tips below. Get Proper … Read More »

Do You Give Your Cat Milk?

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It’s easy to picture a cat lapping up milk from a saucer—it just seems right! You might be surprised to learn that cats and milk aren’t the best pairing. If you give your cat milk, you might want to reconsider. … Read More »

The Elizabethan Collar

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Has your pet ever had to wear an Elizabethan collar? These devices—sometimes called E-collars and often referred to as the “cone of shame” or a “lampshade”—are designed to stop a pet from inflicting self-trauma while recovering from a surgical incision, … Read More »