Vaccination Guidelines for Pet Owners

Vaccines are an important part of your pet’s wellness care plan, and their vaccines should be kept current to ensure they are protected from dangerous diseases. Our team at Town and Country Animal Hospital wants to help by providing vaccination guidelines for your pet. When should my pet be vaccinated? Puppies and kittens should start [...]

Taming the Littlest Lion—Your Kitten’s First Year

If you welcomed a new kitten over the holiday season, you’re in for an exciting and busy year of firsts. As your kitten grows and develops, you’ll want to ensure you take the right steps to promote their lifelong health and wellbeing. For expert guidance through all the major kitten milestones and challenges, check out [...]

A Year of Wonder and Wags—Your Puppy’s First 12 Months

Welcoming a new puppy is exciting, but can also be overwhelming. At first, your adorable little—or not so little—puppy will look to you for comfort, security, and direction. But, before long, they’ll be energetic and boundary-challenging, and then a trying teenage tyrant. The first year of your puppy’s life is full of milestones, adventures, and [...]

To Serve and Protect—Working Dogs

Dogs have been trained and used for assistance in work and war for thousands of years, and although their roles have evolved with time, the general job requirements remain the same. This month Town and Country Animal Hospital pays homage to working dogs by taking a look at their resume. The job market—working dog types [...]

Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month

Pet owners are often alarmed to learn that common pet toxins are hiding in plain sight throughout their home and yard. Unfortunately, these seemingly innocent everyday items can result in serious injury or death when curious pets taste, sip, or sniff their harmful ingredients. Could you identify potential pet poisons in your home? Check out [...]

Our Top Technician Tips for Less Pet Stress at the Vet

At Town and Country Animal Hospital, our team is our strength. Dr. Davis Hall founded our hospital almost 50 years ago, and several team members have been with Town and Country for many years. When you have questions about making your pet’s hospital visit less stressful, our experienced and caring team has the answers. Read [...]

FAQ’s About Dog Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a problematic issue that dog owners frequently face. Many conditions can result in diarrhea, and some are extremely dangerous for your pet. Our team at Town and Country Animal Hospital wants to help by answering some frequently asked questions about dog diarrhea. Question: What causes diarrhea in dogs? Answer: Any issue that causes [...]

Showing Gratitude to Pet Shelters

If you love animals, you should be grateful for your community pet shelter. These organizations serve their neighborhood in numerous ways, including arranging pet adoptions, offering shelter to lost pets and reuniting them with their families, organizing low-cost spay and neuter programs, and initiating animal cruelty investigations. The kind people who staff these establishments spend [...]

5 Checklist Items For Improving Your Pet’s Dental Health

Plaque is a natural component of the bacterial system in your pet’s mouth, but plaque buildup that hardens to tartar along the gum line becomes a problem because the bacteria the plaque and tartar harbor can cause periodontal disease. The only way to remove tartar completely is a professional dental cleaning with special instruments. Because [...]

10 Ways to Keep Your Pet Fit This Winter

Getting your daily steps in when temperatures drop is tricky for all of us—our pets included. But, whether you’re ready to brave the cold or would rather stay indoors, staying active with your furry friend doesn’t have to be a struggle. Here are our top tips for staying fit when frigid conditions hit.  #1: Head [...]

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