WebMD for Pets

This site is not a substitute for a veterinarian visit.

Trimming your cats nails

Find out how you can do it at home.

Trimming your dogs nails

Not always the easiest, but here's a place to start (and no, we do not paint their nails, or dye their hair)

Brushing your cats teeth

Daily brushing is best.  Be sure to use a pet friendly toothpaste!

Brushing your dogs teeth

Daily is best.  Just don't mix your toothbrush up with the dogs.

Clean your dogs ears

If they smell or are painful, best to see a vet before cleaning.

Removing a tick

This link will help you identify what kind of tick and if it should be tested for lyme disease.

Checking for fleas

Just because you don't see them, doesn't necessarily mean they aren't there.

Brushing your cat

How to get your cat used to it if they hate being brushed.

Micro-chipping your pet

Why all pets should be micro-chipped, even those that stay indoors.

We do not express anal glands

External expression is not always effective, and can be dangerous.  Allow a vet or RVT to do internal expression.

What do you want to see?

Have a question or want to see a technique, let us know and we will find an appropriate video, or demonstrate ourselves.