ProHeartRemembering to give your dog their monthly preventative doesn't have to be a burden anymore! We're excited to announce that we are now carrying ProHeart12. This ONCE A YEAR injection protects dogs against heartworm disease for a full 12 months.  Contact us to learn more and schedule your dogs appointment. 



what to do if your pets are afraid during stormsIf you want to know if a thunderstorm is on the way, your pup may be able to tell you more accurately than the Weather Channel. Even before the first boom, your otherwise happy, calm dog starts to exhibit anxious behaviors: he hides under a table or in the closet. He paces and pants excessively. He clings to you. And if he’s really afraid, he may even claw, chew, or try to break through doors or windows. 

When your dog is scared of bad weather, it is hard to watch. How do you manage these situations? Keep your pet calm? Avoid unintentionally reinforcing panic-driven behaviors? Read on for helpful tips for battling thunderstorm phobia.

adorable adult animal 918441Your seemingly healthy, happy cat has decided to start using the bathroom outside of the litterbox. This frustrating behavior may have you scratching for answers and we've listed some of the more common reasons below. A sudden change in your cats bathroom behavior should signal a trip to the vet for a thorough checkup as it may also indicate a treatable medical condition.








How to Keep Your Pets Cool During Summer Asheville, NCWeather is one of the many reasons new residents are moving Asheville every year. The highest elevation of any city of its size east of the Mississippi, Asheville features some of the coolest temperatures of any southern city. Nevertheless, on average we still experience high temperatures in the 90’s about ten times each summer. When the heat is on, it is important to make sure your pets stay cool and comfortable.

In this article, we are discussing seven ways to help your pets stay cool during the hottest parts of summer.

animal canine cute 2376996Diagnostic testing is an important part of your pet's annual exam. We want to do everything possible to help your pet live a long, healthy life, and one way we do that is through diagnostic testing. Here's what we're checking for: