14-01-2015

Exercise Your Pets

Making or renewing a commitment to exercise is one of the most common resolutions people make for themselves in the New Year. Not surprisingly, that resolution is also important to pet owners. In fact

14-01-2015

Chiropractic Care

Dr. Deb Sell, DC has been a licensed California chiropractor for over twenty years with extensive specialty training in animal chiropractic. She is certified in animal chiropractic by the American Vet

14-01-2015

Keep Holidays Merry & Safe

If it’s shiny, it could be deadly for your cat. Embers crackling in the fireplace; presents stacked three feet high around the Christmas tree; sparkling lights and lush poinsettias all ring in the

14-01-2015

Pet Obesity

Ever wonder how much your pet should weigh? An estimated 80% of household pets are considered overweight. Pets that are obese are at an increased chance of medical problems that consist of, but are n

14-01-2015

Antifreeze Poisoning

If you have reason to believe your pet has consumed antifreeze, bring your pet to your veterinarian immediately. As winter approaches, many people will “winterize” their automobiles, including a