Seasonal Pet Tips for Cats: Get Ready for Autumn in Dartmouth

Each season, we like to provide pet owners with tips that they can use to take better care of their furry family members. It’s hard to believe that fall is just around the corner, but the summer is passing by quickly. There are a couple of unique holidays and celebrations that are notable for the […] Read more »

How to Choose the Best Pet Boarding Facility in Massachusetts

Long and short trips away from home can sometimes require the professional services of a kennel or boarding service for your pet. Before just picking the closest facility or the one that you remember seeing advertised on television, take some time to choose the best location for your pet. Your local Southeastern Massachusetts veterinarian wants […] Read more »

Top 10 Reasons to Spay & Neuter Pets in Massachusetts

Some communities, cities, and counties make pet owners spay and neuter pets as a requirement of pet ownership. This is usually due to an over-abundance of stray cats and dogs or overcrowding at the local shelter. Studies show that nearly 3 million pets are euthanized each year across the nation, and the problem continues to […] Read more »

South Coast Veterinary Check-Up for Cats: Long & Healthy Life

If you have a cat in your home, you know that they are very special little animals. Clever, silly, affectionate, judgemental, sneaky, aloof – there are so many ways to describe a single pet’s personality. Another typical behavior found in cats is their instinctive ability to hide pain or illness. It is a survival tactic […] Read more »

Healthy Reasons for Bringing Outdoor Cats Indoors in Westport

There are a few main reasons why people will have outdoor cats. Either it’s how they have always done it, like their parents and grandparents before them, or because they feel that cats need to live in a “natural” outdoor environment to be truly happy. However, most domesticated cats are not well-suited for outdoor life […] Read more »

Springtime Pet Care Tips for Cats & Dogs in New Bedford, MA

Every change of season brings its own potential risks and issues, especially for New Bedford pet owners. When you think about the months that encompass spring, which can include April, May, and June, we most often think about spring cleaning projects, gardening, and holiday egg hunts or other celebrations. Unfortunately, there are hazards for pets […] Read more »