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Check out our blog posts that the staff at Windcrest Animal Hospital have written to help you learn how to give your pet a healthier life!
5 Common Pet Toxins in Your Home
Hazards in Your Home: 5 Common Pet Toxins In honor of National Animal Poison Prevention Week, which will take place March 19 to 25, our team wants to share some of the most common household products that are toxic to pets. #1: Medications One of the...
Pet Dental Disease Affects More Than Your Senior Pet’s Teeth
How Dental Disease Affects Your Senior Pet’s Overall Health As your furry pal ages, they are faced with many health changes. Their vision dims, their hearing becomes muffled, and their gait becomes unsteady. They also are likely to suffer from pet dental...
Is My Pet’s Limp Serious?
Why Is My Pet Limping? When your pet suddenly develops a limp, you may wonder whether it is a problem that requires urgent care or an issue that can be managed at home with rest. Let’s run through the list of the most common reasons pets limp and when a limp...
Does My Dog Have the Flu?
If your dog is coughing, it’s important to know how to handle canine influenza. Get tips on how to protect your pet from this illness.
How Much Daily Exercise Your Pet Requires
Wondering how much exercise your pet needs each day? Here’s what you need to know based on their breed and size.
Ways To Keep Your Pet Entertained This Winter
From interactive games to new toys, explore ways in which you can keep your pet entertained all winter long!
The Most Common Holiday Pet Hazards
Keep your pet safe and healthy this holiday season by being aware of the most common holiday hazards around.
How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet
Your pet will love being able to join in on the Thanksgiving feast! Make sure their Thanksgiving plate is safe and full of delicious foods they can enjoy.
4 Ways To Help Your Senior Pet Handle the Changing Seasons
As the seasons change, it’s important to be prepared for how they will affect your senior pet. Here are four ways to help them adjust comfortably.
Keep Your Senior Pet Active and Mobile by Following These Tips
There are many ways to keep your senior pet mobile. Follow these tips to help them stay happy and healthy throughout their golden years.