National Dog Bite Prevention Week is an annual pet awareness event created to educate people about dog bites and how to prevent them. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, there are 85 million dogs in the United States, with at least one in 38% of households. 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each … Continue reading April 11-17 is National Dog Bite Prevention Week
This sweet little face belongs to Tinker Bell! Recently Tinker Bell began showing signs of pain and she stopped eating. Her veterinarian suspected pancreatitis. Unfortunately, Tinker Bell's family has been stuggling through these difficult times and had to file for bankruptcy. They were unable to afford the costs associated with a proper diagnosis or treatment. … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Tinker Bell
Have you heard about the growing aquascaping trend among fish owners? Aquascaping is a new approach to keeping pet fish, one that incorporates the artistic arrangement of plants, stones, driftwood, and other objects in an aquarium. Aquascaping can be a challenging and rewarding pastime that requires a little creativity and underwater gardening skills in addition … Continue reading “Aquascaping” Hobby Transforms Traditional Fish Tanks
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
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!