Archive for the ‘News & Events’ Category
Dr. Tim’s Dry Dog Foods are on The Whole Dog Journals’ list of Approved Dry Dog Foods for the 4th year in a row! read more
Congratulations to Mike Christman and “Ridge” for winning both the one dog and the two dog National Ski Jour Championships this past weekend. That makes it three years in a row they have accomplished this feat. read more
Coming soon-our own line of treats-the Genuine line of Freeze Dried Treats. 8 varieties to choose from and more info to come as to where you can purchase them. Made in Wisconsin from Wisconsin products so no worries about overseas shenanigans. read more
Ultimate Survival Alaska, Season 2, led by our own Dallas Seavey is set to launch 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15. Be sure to catch it on National Geographic Television. read more
Pictured below is a patient of ours named “Butter.” “Butter” has 26 toes, the most I have ever seen and 1 off from the world record. An interesting note here is that I have worked in 2 Great Lakes coastal communities (Huron and Superior) and have seen a large over representation of these cats that I never saw in other places I have worked at in veterinary hospitals. read more
Congratulations to Michele MacMasters and “Cruise” for winning the 2013 Michigan Ruffed Grouse Society Gun Dog of the Year-Pointing division. read more
An example of why you should vaccinate your animal for rabies. Extreme, but real.
Upstate N.Y. woman attacked, injured by rabid bobcat.
PUTNAM, N.Y. (AP) – Authorities say a bobcat that pounced onto a 49-year-old woman at the door to her Adirondack home has tested positive for rabies. read more
How much to feed my puppy is a frequent question that is asked. The answer is in your hands.
So, first off, pups do best being fed 2-3 times a day. Remember also that when a pup eats they often have to go outside for a nature break with in 5 minutes, so that will help you with predicting and house training much more quickly. read more
Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV), commonly called bloat, is an emergency medical condition that is seen most commonly in large and giant breed dogs. This is a life-threatening situation that occurs when the stomach fills with gas and/or food, expands, and then rotates, trapping gas inside the stomach and cutting off blood supply to the stomach and spleen. read more
Training a puppy. Fact or fiction that it is possible. Fact and here are some tips; read more