3 06, 2020

Tips To Get Your Pet Ready For Summer!🌞

By |June 3rd, 2020|

The pandemic doesn't discriminate against seasons! Summer is here, transitioning from colder weather to these warmer months can be challenging for your pets. We have put together a list of things you can do to prepare your pet for the season as you get ready to enjoy hikes, beaches, and the sun. 1. Vet Visits [...]

1 04, 2020

How to survive COVID-19 quarantine with your dog!

By |April 1st, 2020|

This global pandemic has obviously cooped most of us in our homes! For some of us, working from home can be quite a unique experience. But guess who else is just as lost and confused with this change? Your pet! Let’s dive into some simple ways we can survive this quarantine with our dogs: 1. [...]

20 12, 2019

Pet Travel Safety Tips

By |December 20th, 2019|

Traveling is a taxing event. Everything from planning, packing, and navigating can take a mental toll on you. Traveling with your pet comes with its own set of stress-inducing factors. With the help of some great accredited organizations such as the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and America Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), we bring [...]

2 12, 2019

7 Gift Ideas For Your Pet This Christmas

By |December 2nd, 2019|

It is the holiday season, which means it is the season of giving! Our pets are our world, they may be content with our love but how great would it be if they felt a little more special this holiday season. Here is a list of some vet-approved stocking stuffers and gifts your pets might [...]

21 11, 2019

Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

By |November 21st, 2019|

As we get ready for Thanksgiving, our pets are practicing their "puppy eyes" and "begging mannerisms."  Make sure your celebration planning is as pet-friendly as possible. Here are a few tips to get you started: 1. "The feast is on the table, not under" Do not give your pets the following foods: fatty foods such [...]

27 07, 2019

Its Hot Out There! Some Summer Safety Tips from Meadowlands Veterinary

By |July 27th, 2019|

Its hot out there and as the summer winds down and the temperatures rise up its important to keep a few summer specific safety concerns in mind. Remember your dogs and cats are more sensitive to heat than we are, especially if they have been inside with the A/C for most for most of the [...]

1 07, 2019

What Diseases Are Spread By Ticks

By |July 1st, 2019|

 1. Lyme Disease Transmitted by the bite of an infected deer tick.   Symptoms range from joint pain, lethargy, and lameness to decreased appetite and fever. Signs of infection can take months to appear.  It can be very difficult to treat and even more difficult to fully cure.  Dogs do not get the tell-tale bullseye rash common [...]

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