March 3, 2020

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and Your Pet

  Pet owners have questions about the risk of their pets contracting or spreading the new coronavirus (SARS-Co-V-2). To answer their questions,... View Article

February 26, 2020

Chocolate Isn’t the Only Potentially Fatal Toxin for Pets

  March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. To help keep your pet safe, here are 12 potentially harmful foods,... View Article

February 25, 2020

7 FAQ’s Answered About Pet Dental Health

  It’s Pet Dental Health Month, and veterinarians know that daily dental care for pets is far more than a... View Article

February 19, 2020

3 Quick Tips to Maintain Your Pet’s Health

  In celebration of Love Your Pet Day and American Heart Month, here’s a quick client handout to help them... View Article

February 12, 2020

4 Dangerous Myths That Pet Parents Believe About Cat Health

Common cat health myths often mislead cat owners. As a result, many cats don’t get the care they need to live long,... View Article

December 29, 2019
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Pet Safety and New Year’s Eve Fireworks

  Every New Year’s Eve, loud fireworks terrify untold numbers of pets, and animal shelters see a spike in lost... View Article

December 3, 2019

The Ultimate List of 2020 Pet Holidays for Veterinary Practices

  You’re scrolling through your Facebook news feed while wondering, “Why are there so many pictures of chihuahuas?” Then you... View Article

September 4, 2019
July 3, 2019
Lost Pet Prevention Month

Pet Loss Prevention Tips and the Story of Kevin the Cat

  July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month, and of the estimated 10 million pets that are lost each year... View Article

June 19, 2019
June 5, 2019

Help Rehome More Pets With This WebDVM Feature

  June is Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month, which means it’s the perfect time to add Get Your Pet to your LifeLearn WebDVM... View Article

May 21, 2019

5 Tips for Soothing Terrified Dogs During Thunderstorms

  Summer thunderstorms can be exhilarating for people, but for dogs, they can be nothing short of terrifying. Veterinarians tell... View Article