If your pet is experiencing an emergency or you have a medical question, please call the clinic at 734-369-6446.
Identifying, Managing, and Preventing Hot Spots in Pets
Identifying, Managing, and Preventing Hot Spots in Pets When their skin feels on fire from itching, your pet may scratch, lick, and chew so much that they create a hot spot. Help your furry pal beat the itch by learning more about these incredibly uncomfortable sores....
Understanding Cranial Cruciate Ligament Tears in Pets
Understanding Cranial Cruciate Ligament Tears in Pets When you watch a sporting event, you likely wince when you see an athlete go down, clutching their knee. You know they probably tore their anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), one of the key ligaments responsible for...
Discover How to Get Ready for Your Pet’s Passing
Discover How to Get Ready for Your Pet's Passing Even though losing a pet is never easy, getting ready for it can lessen your mental and emotional pain. Here are four suggestions to help you prepare for and grieve the eventual loss of your pet. #1: Evaluate the...
How to Protect Your Dog from Dog Bites and Prevent Dog Attacks
How to Protect Your Dog from Dog Bites and Prevent Dog Attacks Knowing how to avoid and deal with a dog bite should be a fundamental part of every dog owner's education because no one wants to have to deal with their cherished pet getting wounded. There are numerous...
Help Your Pet With Surgery Recovery
6 Ways to Help Your Pet Recover from Surgery Orthopedic surgery—or any surgery—is a major event for a pet, and can interfere with their daily function long after they return home. Help your pet get back on their paws more quickly after an orthopedic surgery with the...
Coping With Pet Loss
Grief Support: How to Cope with Your Pet’s Death Losing a pet can be as difficult as losing a family member or friend. Pets are integral members of the family, with an invaluable place in our lives. When your pet passes, processing your grief can be an extraordinary...
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 turns...
How Dental Disease Affects Your Senior Pet’s Overall Health
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 disease,...
Easy Treatments to Fix Your Pet’s Dry Skin
Easy Treatments to Fix Your Pet’s Dry Skin As temperatures fall, so do humidity levels. A drop in humidity often leads to dry, itchy skin and can leave your furry pal uncomfortable during the winter months. Prevent excessive scratching and licking by soothing...
How to Avoid a Winter Pet Emergency
How to Avoid a Winter Pet Emergency Colder weather brings its own dangers to your furry friend. As the temperature drops, watch out for the following issues that can require emergency care for your pet. Antifreeze toxicity in pets Antifreeze is used to...
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Ann Arbor, MI 48103
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