Allergy season is not just for humans! Did you know your dog might have allergies? Over 20% of dogs in the United States suffer from allergies. Sometimes, as animal owners, we may overlook the symptoms because they are not the same as ours. Humans generally sneeze and have itchy watery eyes, here are some signs more »
As overall knowledge and medicine progresses for humans, it is the same for our dogs. The more informed we are as owners, the more we can help our dogs age gracefully. What is old? Many of us have no idea when our dogs start to age. It varies on a dog by dog basis, but more »
Here at the Animal Care Clinic we offer a full service kennel & cattery. We offer indoor/outdoor runs, heated & central air conditioning. We have well trained hospital staff and a doctor on site. We offer play time and “Dog About Town ” walks. We tailor your pets stay to accommodate their individual needs. Call more »
Travel season is quickly approaching and you may be faced with the question of what to do with Fifi and Fido when you are away. Taking your pet with you on vacation is certainly an option, but hotel restrictions, travel induced illness and runaway pets can turn your vacation into a disaster! Choosing the solution more »
Do your pets have doggy breath? Would you ever go through an entire day without brushing your teeth? In case you didn’t know, your pet has dental needs too! According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, more than 70% of dogs and cats will develop gum disease by three years of age. Maintaining your pet’s more »
It’s that time of year again! The holidays can be an exciting time, but when you own a pet, challenges often arise as a result of the break in routine. Here are 7 tips from your friends at the Animal Care Clinic for keeping your pets safe and happy during this holiday season! 1. Things more »
Dr. Molly worked at Animal Care Clinic while she attended Miami University. She loves outdoor activities with her dogs, Darla and Utah.