3 Simple Ways to Show Your Senior Pet Some Love

3 Simple Ways to Show Your Senior Pet Some Love

After a lifetime of love and unwavering devotion, you want to show your beloved pet the same care and attention they have shown you. Senior pets still have so much to give, so follow these three tips from our team at Pets R Us Veterinary Hospitals to make the most of...
Myths About Heartworm Disease in Pets

Myths About Heartworm Disease in Pets

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month and our team wants to pet owners like you understand the importance of year-round protection. We’re diving into some common myths associated with heartworm in pets.   Myth: Only dogs get heartworms Truth:...
5 Common Garden Toxins for Pets

5 Common Garden Toxins for Pets

With springtime quickly approaching, you may be getting your garden into tip-top shape! But if your pet wants to join you in the garden, we want you to be aware of some of the most common garden toxins.   Pesticides and insecticides — Watch for pesticides or...
My Pet Ate a Toxin! What Should I Do?

My Pet Ate a Toxin! What Should I Do?

It can be a scary experience for both you and your pet if your furry friend eats something they aren’t supposed to. The most important thing is to try to stay calm, and then follow our team’s step-by-step instructions.   Step 1: Find the potential...
What Happens During My Pet’s Neuter Surgery?

What Happens During My Pet’s Neuter Surgery?

Suppose your male pet undergoes a neuter surgery, and this is your first postoperative experience. In that case, you may be surprised that your furry pal still appears to be intact, especially if they were neutered later in life. To clear up any confusion, let’s...
Persistent Deciduous Teeth Problems in Pets

Persistent Deciduous Teeth Problems in Pets

Persistent deciduous teeth, or baby teeth that refuse to fall out, can lead to many difficulties with your pet’s permanent dentition and also can harm their oral health. This dental issue most frequently occurs in small-breed and flat-faced dogs, and rarely in cats....