The pet products industry is reporting a boom in pet grooming supply sales as owners are spending more time at home with their pets during the coronavirus pandemic. In many areas, pet grooming facilities have been closed at some point during the past year, and pet parents have turned to do it yourself grooming and … Continue reading Sales of At-Home Pet Grooming Products on the Rise
This handsome kitty is Moe! At just 3 years old, Moe began to suffer from bladder and urinary issues, a common problem in male cats. Moe needed surgery to treat his bladder blockage and Moe's family was struggling to make ends meet. Thanks to a FACE grant, his veterinary care team at Country Pet Hospital … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Moe
The American Veterinary Medical Association convention went virtual this year, and one of the topics discussed was that a greater understanding of how genetic diseases occur can help vets prevent and mitigate their effects in our pets. The speaker, Dr. Jerold Bell, a veterinarian and geneticist at Tufts University, said that many of the most … Continue reading How Responsible Breeding Can Reduce Hereditary Diseases in Dogs and Cats
It's National Veterinary Technician Week! Founded in 1993, this annual awareness event takes place during the 3rd week of October. Vet techs are valuable members of your veterinarian's animal care team. Join us this week as we honor the important role these dedicated professionals play in your pet's health and well-being. To learn about National … Continue reading October 11-17 is National Veterinary Technician Week!
Sparky is an adorable 6 year old Pitbull Terrier who was diagnosed with a mast cell tumor. His veterinarians said he would have a good prognosis with radiation therapy. Unfortunately, Sparky's mom and dad were struggling to make ends meet due to employment problems caused by the COVID crisis. After discussing Sparky's care with his … Continue reading Meet FACE Success Story Sparky