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Sileo for Noise Aversion

Sileo is a great product. It has been helping dogs with noise aversion. It is a safe, at-home treatment that treats noise phobias and fear in dogs. It does this by CALMING your dog without the side effect of sedation. Take a look at the link below for more information.

CYTOPOINT for Dogs with Itching and Allergies

CYTOPOINT is an innovative new therapy that targets itch at its source to help relieve the signs of atopic dermatitis in dogs for 4-8 weeks or longer with a single injection. We feel that CYTOPOINT can be an extremely safe and effective way to control itching and scratching and can improve your dog's quality of life.

Apoquel for Itchy Dogs

APOQUEL is an effective prescription medicine that stops allergic dog itch—right at the source. So your best friend doesn’t have to suffer one minute more! This is a non-steroid option to help dogs with allergies.

Convenia (antibiotic)

CONVENIA is a fast-acting, safe and effective injectable antibiotic administered by veterinarians to treat common bacterial skin infections in dogs and cats. By eliminating the hassle of giving pills, CONVENIA removes the stress of frequent drug administration for you and your pet.

Nexgard - Flea and Tick Control

NexGard for Dogs kills adult fleas before they lay eggs to help prevent infestations. Plus, NexGard also kills the Lone Star tick, Black-legged tick, American Dog tick and Brown dog tick.

Heartgard (Heartworm Prevention for Dogs)

Helps prevent heartworm disease in your dog. Kills heartworm larvae and treats and controls roundworm and hookworms.​ Easy-to-give—most dogs eat it right out of your hand. Give one each month, year-round.

OraVet Oral Dental Chews

USED DAILY, THEY WORK TO CLEAN, THEN PROTECT. Plaque and calculus are very common problems in dogs. Plaque forms when bacteria attach to teeth, and over time, this plaque hardens to form calculus (tartar). The accumulation of plaque and calculus can lead to bad breath and other problems. The dual-action approach of OraVet Chews doesn’t just clea​n teeth and freshen breath. It creates a barrier to help protect against plaque, calculus, and bad breath.

Rimadyl (Carprofen)

Rimadyl is the #1 medication prescribed by veterinarians to treat osteoarthritis in dogs. Take a look at the provided link to learn more about this medication. There is also a Rewards Program that is explained on the website. We have decided to stick with the "name-brand" for carprofen, as the company provides a great deal of patient and client support.

Metacam (meloxicam)

Metacam helps dogs deal with the pain of osteoarthritis. Just like people, many dogs suffer from osteoarthritis (OA). Also known as degenerative joint disease, OA is a condition in which the joints become inflamed, swollen, and painful. Dogs with mild OA may have slight stiffness of the joints. Those with more severe disease may have limping and lameness. Sadly, most osteoarthritic dogs have some loss of mobility due to pain. The bones and joints most commonly affected are the hips, knees, elbows, shoulders, and spine.

Galliprant (gapiprant) for arthritis

Galliprant (grapiprant tablets) is a new class of anti-inflammatory that targets pain, so you can start targeted pain relief from the earliest diagnosed stages of canine OA. Give these dogs the relief they need and help keep them doing the things they love.

Royal Canin Veterinary Diets

Royal Canin is a global leader in pet health nutrition. In an industry that continues to adapt to popular trends in cat and dog food, our mission will remain the same; to constantly bring, through Health Nutrition and shared knowledge, the most precise nutritional solution for cats' and dogs' health nutrition needs, by building on constantly deepened scientific knowledge and Royal Canin's roots in the feline and canine professional networks.

General Health Care

Companion Animal Dentistry Information

Animal Parasite Council - Information about parasites and your pet

AAHA's Healthy Pet Newsletter

Removing Pet Stains and Odors

Pet First Aid Tips and Advice Pages from the AVMA

Dog Health Care

Bladder Stones in Dogs

Canine Pancreatitis

Parvovirus Information Center

Diabetes Mellitus and your Pet

Mast Cell Cancer in Dogs

Dangers of Chocolate

Puppy and Dog Behavior & Training

Crate Training Your Dog or Puppy

Dealing with Normal Puppy Behavior - Nipping/Biting

Choosing Dog Toys

Dog Meets Dog (Introductions)

Housetraining your ADULT Dog

Housetraining Your New Puppy


Solving Barking Problems

Preparing your Pet for NEW BABY

Home Alone Issues in Dogs (Separation Anxiety)

Dogs and Children

Dealing with Territorial Marking Behavior

Cat Health Care

Feline Leukemia and Cats

FIV and Cats (Feline AIDS)

Feline Hyperthyroidism

Diabetes Mellitus and your Cat

Chronic Renal Failure - Everything you Need to Know

Feline Lymphosarcoma - WSU Information pages

Cat Abscesses and Wounds

Kitten Behavior and Training

Indoor Cat Initiative at the Ohio State Veterinary School

Managing Rough Play in Kittens

Reducing Fearful Behavior in Your Cat/Kitten

Your Talkative Cat

Social Behavior and Aggression (Cats)

Solving Litter Box Problems

Reduction of Urine-Marking Behavior in Cats and Dogs

Cat Toys and How to Use Them

Cat Scratching and Destructive Behaviors

Introducing a New Cat to your Pets

What to do if you find a stray litter of kittens

Exotic Pet Care

Bearded Dragon Information Page

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