For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. Many of you have heard the term diabetes and probably automatically associate the word with high blood sugar. Diabetes mellitus is a disease of the pancreas that fails to regulate blood sugar. Diabetes is a treatable condition in pets but requires dedication and commitment from the […]
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. I’m sure all of you followed my advice after reading my last article and went an adopted a senior pet. So here is what you need to know about senior pets.
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. November is ASPCA’s Adopt a Senior Pet Month. Dr. Anna will discuss the benefits of adopting and owning a senior pet.
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. Winter Weather Preparedness Week is October 20th through November 9th. Use these pet winter survival tips to prepare your pet for this winter.
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. This is the eighth and final part of a Guthrie vet wants to take you on a journey. The history, physical exam, lab work and vaccines have been given and it’s just about time to step out of the clinic and head back home. Before you leave, your […]
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. This is the seventh part of a Guthrie vet wants to take you on a journey. Every wonder what all those initials (DHLPP, FVRCP) meant when you go to get your pet vaccinated? Well, it’s quite simple; each letter stands for a disease that is contained within […]
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. Every wonder what all those initials (DHLPP, FVRCP) meant at the veterinary clinic when you go to get your pet vaccinated? Well, it’s quite simple; each letter stands for a disease that is contained within the vaccine. This week I will talk about dog vaccines and next week I will […]
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. This is the fifth part of a Guthrie vet wants to take you on a journey. You have finally arrived for what you actually came for.. the vaccines. Hopefully, by now you have realized that every step in this process is just as important, if not […]
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. Annual blood testing is an important part of your pet’s annual exam. A Guthrie veterinary clinic discusses which test should be done annually and why.
For all columns with Dr. Anna visit her blog here. This is the third part of a Guthrie vet wants to take you on a journey. Now that all the questions have been asked it’s time for the meat and potatoes of the visit, the physical exam. This is the real reason why you need to bring your […]
This past year I have been plagued with chronic migraines that have led me to many different doctors’ offices for diagnosis and treatment. Not only has this journey taught me to be a more compassionate and caring person but it has also taught me the importance of communication between doctor and patient.
Every wonder if your cat is weird? I think I have most of you beat on this question as our clinic cat, Sylvie, sucks on the end of her tail. In all likelihood, what you think is a strange behavior is probably normal in most cats. Today, I will discuss some common normal behaviors in […]
Read this article to discover a new scientific breakthrough in pet weight management. The first step in a successful weight loss plan is knowing your pet’s ideal body weight and feeding thirty percent less calories than the amount required to maintain that ideal body weight. The second step is a new revolutionary diet break-through from Hill’s Prescription […]
Have you heard of pet flipping? Pet flipping is a new trend where people are stealing dogs and selling them on the internet or using them for breeding purposes. Unfortunately, this has been reported around the country from pet owners and law enforcement officials.
Pet ownership has changed over the last 20 years. Not only has the number of dogs and cats in the United States increased, but pets have moved their way into our homes and into our hearts. Many people, including myself, consider their pets their children and treat them as such. It is important to be […]
The Logan County Girl Scouts Troop 516 promoted Pet Palooza that helped with pet adoption and raised money for the Guthrie Animal Shelter over the weekend at Mineral Wells Park.
I have discovered the secret to why pets are always happy. I watch an inspiring video by Shawn Achor and he said that success does not equal happiness because as humans we are always striving to succeed. He believes that happiness is all about how we process the world around us in our mind […]
Several people have asked me to comment on a recent article circulating on the internet titled Top 7 worst bad food brands. All pet food diets have to meet specific standards set up by the Association of American Feed Controls Officials (AAFCO) to be able to manufacture and sell within the United States.
Guthrie Girl Scout Troop 516 will be hosting an event called, Pet Palooza, on Saturday, July 27 at Mineral Wells Park in Guthrie for their Girl Scout Bronze and Silver Award Project.
The sizzling days of summer have arrived and it’s important to protect your pet from the heat. Heat stroke is a life threatening condition that requires immediate veterinary care. Normal body temperature for dogs and cats is between 100 and 102 degrees Fahrenheit and anything over 105 degrees is considered a medical emergency.