Pet owners know well that a health emergency can happen at any time. Thankfully, we have some outstanding veterinarians in and around the Shore area who are ready to do all that they can to help save the life of our four legged friends. But did you know that your pet can also help save lives?
Ocean County is experiencing a few things that could make this season particularly bad for parasites for both us and our four-legged friends, so there's no better time than now to prepare your pets for tick season!
This weekend I stopped by Brick Town Veterinary Hospital to see the awesome people who have been taking care of my pets for years, and to chat with Dr. Adam Christman, who just published his first book.
I have to start out by admitting my bias - I love the folks at Brick Town Veterinary Hospital in Brick. From the first love of my life, Sydney, to my current precocious pup, Scooter, they have always taken amazing care of my dogs.
Earlier this week I had the pleasure of visiting some of my favorite people in Ocean County - the staff of Brick Town Veterinary Hospital in Brick. Not only have they taken care of my pups for almost 10 years, but they're hosting a great event next weekend.
As we're going to be dealing with blistering heat and wilting humidity over the next couple of days, it's important to think about safety. And not only safety for us humans, but for our furry family members as well.
As the calendar inches ever closer to the 4th of July, there are a lot of Independence Day celebrations scheduled throughout Ocean County. While most people love fireworks, not all family pets appreciate the displays. Here are some tips to keep your pets safe during summer celebrations:
Just about exactly two months ago, I added a new member to my family. Scooter has been a great addition to my home. He's happy, friendly, and loving. He's also very outgoing and I'd love for him to make some friends. That's where I'm asking for your help.