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Thanksgiving Guide for Pet Owners

As you prepare to welcome guests, decorations and treats into your home this holiday season, remember that your pet might need some help adjusting to the excitement. Spread holiday cheer […]

Protecting Your Pet with Written Prescriptions

In recent months TCVH has made some changes to the way we fill your pet’s prescriptions. These changes were initiated because we observed a greater instance of errors with prescriptions […]

Heat Stroke

HEAT STROKE AND HYPERTHERMIA What is heat stroke? Heat stroke is a term commonly used for hyperthermia or elevated body temperature, if a pet’s body temperature exceeds 103°F, it is […]

Dealing With The Loss Of A Pet

With the loss of my own dog earlier this month I was reminded of the strong bond we have with our pets. They are not just an animal in the […]

Why Is My Dog Always Pulling?!?!

Have you ever felt the frustration of trying to take your furry friend for a nice relaxing walk only to come home with a sore shoulder from the constant pulling? […]

How to Help Your Cat with Arthritis

WHAT IS ARTHRITIS? Arthritis or osteoarthritis is inflammation within the joints and the tissues surrounding them. It is one of the most common diseases in cats. WHAT ARE THE SIGNS […]

The TCVH Difference

At Town & Country Veterinary Hospital we pride ourselves on providing the best veterinary experience for our clients and their pets. What does this mean? You will notice the difference […]

Allergies in Our Pets

One of the most common reasons we see patients is due to allergies and complications from those allergies. An allergy is an over-reactive response or a hypersensitivity of the immune […]

How to Help the Car Sick Dog

Does your dog get car sick or anxious in the car? Motion sickness occurs when certain parts of the inner ear that control balance become overstimulated. It can happen with […]

Essential Oil Safety

There has been a recent increase in the use of essential oils in the home. It is important, if you are using essential oils on yourself or diffusing into the […]

Respiratory Rate Monitoring in Dogs and Cats

Did you know that your pet’s respiratory rate can tell us a lot about their heart and lungs? An increase in the resting respiratory rate (RRR) or their sleeping respiratory […]

Senior Pets and the Importance of Enrichment

Our pets are living longer and longer, and we couldn’t be happier about it. But with this increased lifespan, we are seeing an increase in cognitive dysfunction in our older […]