Has your veterinarian expanded her practice to include telehealth visits? Many vets are now using technology to accommodate the need for remote veterinary services. Is it worth scheduling a telehealth visit for your pet? According to the American Animal Hospital Association, telehealth visits can be helpful in a variety of situations. They include: Consultations about … Continue reading The Benefits of Veterinary Telehealth Appointments
What’s cuter than a dog, cat, bunny, or other pet getting a case of the zoomies and sprinting around the house or yard? It’s fun to see our pets having those sudden bursts of energy. Did you know they have a scientific name? Technically speaking, zoomies are known as frenetic random activity periods (FRAPs). José … Continue reading A Vet Explains Your Pet’s “Zoomies”
This pretty girl is Karma, a 3 year old cat adopted when she was a kitten by her "dad" William. Karma began showing signs of mouth pain and her vet at Banfield Pet Hosptial found that she had two badly abscessed teeth. Karma needed dental surgery and since William had been laid off due to … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Karma!
You may have heard the term court appointed special advocate (CASA) used to describe child welfare volunteers who represent the interests of abused and neglected children. The New Jersey State Senate passed a bill that will do the same for abused and neglected animals. The Courtroom Animal Advocate Program (CAAP) bill--S.2868/A.4533—will allow law students … Continue reading New Jersey Senate Passes Courtroom Animal Advocate Bill
This pretty kitty was found as a stray and taken in by her new adoptive mom. Her back leg seemed injured and a trip to her vet, A Cat's View Veterinary Hospital, confirmed that London had *two* fractured back legs and she also had sustained trauma to her tail, which required a partial amputation. London's … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story London