United States citizens have been called upon to take action according to 15 Days to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 guidelines. With self-quarantines happening around the world, schools closing, and recommendations to social distance and stay home, many pet owners are left wondering whether their pets can be affected by novel Coronavirus (apart from experiencing unprecedented levels of snuggling at home).
We love our pets and want them around us at all times, but many things that are safe for people are dangerous for our pets. Plus, some of the things that are safe for dogs are not okay to have in a cat's home and vice-versa. When you bring home a new pet, it's important that they have a safe environment (inside your home and out) where they can explore and be safe — no matter what sort of curious trouble they get into.
You probably realize how important your own dental care is for your overall health and wellbeing, but did you know that the same is true for your pets? That's right. Both cats and dogs need proper dental care in order to stay healthy, comfortable, and happy.
Many articles suggest that parasite prevention isn't necessary during winter, but this advice isn't true for every climate. When the calendar reads December, January, or February, you shouldn't automatically stop your pet's parasite preventatives. When winter arrives, North Carolina residents should continue protecting their pets through the winter, even if people living in other parts of the country take a break.
Eastwaye Veterinary Clinic is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for pets. We genuinely care about your pets and all animals! Our staff is passionate about veterinary medicine and are extremely well trained. We strive to provide professional, affordable, and advanced veterinary services. At our clinic, you will walk into a calm, welcoming, and friendly environment every visit, so that the experience is as comfortable as possible for you and your pet.