Fourth of July Safety Tips

Fourth of July Safety Tips

In the pet world, July 4th has long been a feared holiday, and with good reason. There are many dangers your furry pal may encounter on the 4th such as fire and gastrointestinal hazards lurking around delicious-smelling foods, fireworks, and sizzling hot weather. Make...

Are Cat Hairballs Normal?

Are Cat Hairballs Normal?

As a cat owner, hairballs are likely no surprise to you, despite how slimy they are. You may encounter more hairballs than you're used to, depending on your cat's hair coat length. If you're worried about how many hairballs your furry friend is producing or want to...

Is Your Family Ready to Foster?

Is Your Family Ready to Foster?

National Foster a Pet Month is here, and it's the perfect time to welcome in a new furry addition! Are you curious if your family should foster a pet? Below are questions you should ask yourself before applying!   Question: Will my current pet accept a new pet?...

Is Your Dog Feeling Anxious?

As much as we love seeing our canine companions as energetic, happy-go-lucky fur balls, we must be prepared to provide relief when anxiety strikes. Our team at the Animal Hospital of Hinesburg wants to help you know when to provide support by looking out for these...

Chew Toy Safety Guide

Chew Toy Safety Guide

Most pet owners may not know this, but some tasty chew toys can be harmful to your pet's teeth and gastrointestinal tract. Our team deciphers what’s safe for your pet and what should be left on the store shelves. Safe chew toys for pets While many great chew toys for...

Heartworm Myths Debunked

Heartworm Myths Debunked

For National Heartworm Awareness Month, our team is addressing common heartworm myths to help pet owners understand the importance of year-round prevention. There's a lot of false information out there, but we're here to set the record straight.  Myth: Only dogs get...

4 Household Toxins You Should Know About

4 Household Toxins You Should Know About

March is Pet Poison Prevention Month and if you own a pet, you’ll want to know about these items you probably have sitting around your home that could prove to be extremely dangerous for your furry companion.   DrugsHave a headache? Pop a Tylenol. But, if your...

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