• Pet Safety for Valentine’s Day
    Romance is in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches—keep it that way by avoiding a trip to your Reynoldsburg veterinarian’s office with your pet! Use these tips to keep your Read more
  • A Guide to Pet Safety in Sub-Zero Temperatures
    As our thermometers dip below the zero mark this winter, we must be aware of our pet’s safety as well as our own. Use these tips from a Reynoldsburg veterinarian Read more
  • Guide to Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth
    You’re probably aware that regularly brushing your teeth results in a nicer-looking smile and better breath. Brushing also helps to prevent potentially serious periodontal disease. You can help your dog Read more
  • Keeping Your Cat Off the Counters
    Your cat’s curiosity knows no bounds, and it seems your kitty is especially interested in objects (or foods) located on your kitchen counters or dining room table. Remember that photo Read more
  • Why Your Dog’s Fecal Exams Are Important
    As a dedicated dog owner, your pooch Biff is a treasured part of your family. You understand the importance of comprehensive wellness care, and you make sure Biff sees his Reynoldsburg Read more
  • Keeping Your Pet Safe During the Holidays
    The holidays are full of family, food, and fun—and they also present some hazards for our four-legged friends. Follow these helpful tips from your Reynoldsburg veterinarian to keep your pet Read more
  • Choosing the Correct Carrier for Your Dog
    A carrier crate for your dog is an important investment—it will be needed for trips to the vet, as well as any vacations you take as a family. Follow these Read more
  • The Dangers of Inhaled Poisons for Pets
    As pet owners, we may focus a great deal on topical home poisons touching our pets, like cleaning solutions or rat poison, and swallowed poisons, like toxic foods or poisonous Read more
  • High-Rise Syndrome in Cats
    Most people tend to think that cats always land on their feet and never have accidents. Neither of these statements are true, and in fact veterinarians have coined a term Read more
  • Helping Your Dog with Fear of the Car
    While many dogs will love the prospect of a car ride, some dogs are less than enthralled when you try to coax them into the backseat. There are a number Read more
  • Acid Reflux in Cats
    Acid reflux disease is not something only humans have to worry about—cats can suffer from this painful disorder as well. Here, a Reynoldsburg veterinarian discusses the cause, symptoms, and treatment Read more
  • Helping an Arthritic Pet
    Just as with humans, our animal companions can develop a variety of conditions as they age. One such condition is arthritis, an ailment that affects the joints and can cause Read more
  • Feline Obesity Prevention: Helping Your Cat Stay Fit for Life
    Feline obesity is a growing concern among those in the veterinary field. In fact, at last check, an estimated 50% of cats in the United States alone were listed as Read more
  • Puppy Care: Parasite Control & Prevention
    One of the most important parts of responsible puppy care is keeping them parasite-free. Intestinal parasites, such as roundworm and tapeworm, can cause severe illness and even death in a Read more
  • Hairball Causes, Treatment and Prevention
    If you’ve ever owned a cat, you’re inevitably familiar with the sound of hacking and subsequent mess that comes along with coughing up a hairball. While these are quite common Read more
  • Think Outside the Walk: Activities to Keep Your Pet in Shape
    For many pet owners, doing the same exercise activities day in and day out can get boring. It can also become monotonous to your animal companion. If you’re tired of Read more


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