The end of winter is in sight, especially if Punxsutawney Phil's prediction of an early spring is anywhere near accurate. Perhaps you're already thinking about a spring break getaway. If you're considering bringing your canine friend along with you, check...read more
February is National Pet Dental Health Month! We at Temple Heights Animal Hospital want to share information on feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORL). More than 70% of cats over age five are estimated to have suffered from at least one FORL.Cats...read more
For humans, the connection between mental and physical health is undeniable. When we're stressed, anxious, or troubled, it can take a toll on our overall well-being and show itself through physical symptoms. It's the same way with pets. Here are a few of...read more
January is National Walk Your Pet Month. We at Temple Heights Animal Hospital encourage you to get outside and take a stroll with your furry companion. Walks are great for exercise, stimulation, and bonding. To ensure that walks are fun and safe, we've got...read more
The new year is around the corner, and everyone is thinking about what New Year's resolutions they will make this year. Why not have your furry friend join you? Here are 5 ideas for New Year's resolutions for your pets.1. Take More Long WalksThere’s...read more
It’s a holly, jolly holiday season, but this time of year can be dangerous for our pets. Here are a few holiday hazards to avoid so your furry companions feel merry and bright the whole holiday season through.Fire/burn hazardsA curious pet could knock over...read more
According to just about any poll you reference, a large percentage of Americans plan to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family, and many also admit to sharing their Thanksgiving dinner with their four-legged family members. But a festive time for...read more
Did you know? Your pet can fracture her teeth! Here are four facts you should know about fractured teeth in pets.#1: Pets can break their teeth in a variety of waysDogs most often damage their large upper premolar, or carnassial tooth, as well as their...read more
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