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The Importance of Dental Health in Your Pets

by Dr. Dana Koch published February 23, 2016.  Previously published by PetCoach. Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in adult dogs and cats. Bad breath is the first indication that your pet may have dental disease. Pet owners are...

A Dental Q&A

February- National Pet Dental Health Month - A Dental Q&A by Dr. Tara Scarlett, published on February 16, 2016 Although your pet’s dental health is important all year long, the veterinary community likes to focus attention on this important matter every February....

Best Practices for Pet Dental Health

by Dr. Rebecca Wood published February 11, 2016 When vets ask “Do you brush your pet’s teeth?”, most owners laugh. Though veterinarians are notoriously hilarious people, this is not meant to be a joke. Dental health, in all of its forms, is very important to the...

Pet Dental Health Awareness

by Dr. Amanda Weiss published February 1, 2016 Every February the AVMA sponsors National Pet Dental Health Month to help raise awareness for the importance of oral care for our pets. Please check out the information in this blog as well as the links below. Periodontal...

The Benefits of Walking Your Dog

by Dr. Dana Koch published January 19, 2016 The month of January is National Walk Your Dog Month! The weather may be colder outside, but your dog can still benefit from exercise and more quality time with their caring owner. The following are the top reasons to take...

Heat and Humidity – A Lethal Combination

By Dr. Lisa Aumiller, June 15, 2015, also published in the Burlington County Times Pet Project Column In the last two weeks, I have treated four patients for heat exhaustion or heat stroke. All four of my patients were very loved family members. None of them were left...

MLK Community Service day

Submitted by one of our clients! Thank you Lori for this great post! I've Got the 'Scoop'! on Pets Veterinary Angel Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Day in Palmyra Lori Genstein: Posted on Thursday, January 22, 2015 3:59 PM Veterinary Angel Honors Dr. Martin Luther King,...

Pet Medication Questions Answered by Dr. Dana Koch, VMD

Petcoach Newsletter: Written by Dr. Dana Koch, VMD, published on November 14, 2014 There are frequently questions in regards to which over the counter medications are safe to use in our pets at home. The majority of the medications that are commonly purchased for...

Questions for the Vet

Dear Dr. Lisa, Over the holidays my dog, Tiki, a pomerian/eskimo mix ate a whole plate of freshly cooked Toll House chocolate chip cookies. Of course, this happened over the weekend and my vet was closed. We stressed for days thinking Tiki was going to get sick from...

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