Enhancing Pet Oral Health with Dental Compounding: A Tail-Wagging Solution As pet owners, we often prioritize the overall health and well-being of our furry companions. However, one aspect that can sometimes be overlooked is their oral health. Just like humans, pets can suffer from dental issues such as plaque buildup, gum disease, and tooth decay. …
As devoted pet owners and compassionate veterinary professionals, ensuring the health and well-being of our beloved animals is a top priority. One of the challenges we often face in this pursuit is administering medications to our pets.
The festive season brings joy, laughter, and a whirlwind of activities. While we humans revel in the holiday cheer, our furry friends may find the hustle and bustle overwhelming. Pet anxiety during the holidays is a real concern, and as responsible pet parents, it’s crucial to be attuned to our pets’ needs.
As the Humane Society celebrates another year of making a positive impact on the lives of animals, Vetmedics Compounding Pharmacy stands alongside them in applauding their achievements.
At VetMedics Compounding Pharmacy, we understand the significance of this day and have made a vow to help every animal by providing exceptional pharmaceutical services and medications for pets and animals alike.
As responsible pet owners, it’s crucial to understand the significance of microchipping and the common questions surrounding this essential practice. In this blog, we will delve into the FAQs about pet microchipping and highlight VetMedics Compounding Pharmacy’s commitment to pet care and safety.
The diagnosis of cancer in a beloved pet can be overwhelming, but with the right knowledge and support, we can strive to provide them with the best possible care.
As a pet owner, it is crucial to be aware of the signs and symptoms of poisoning and take prompt action if you suspect your pet has ingested something toxic. In this blog, we will discuss the signs and symptoms of poison ingestion and how you can treat it using medications used in the veterinary industry.
Dental problems in pets can cause severe pain, discomfort, and even result in more severe health issues. Fortunately, several medications can help treat common dental issues in pets, and compounding pharmacies like VetMedics can customize these medications to meet the individual needs of your pet.
It’s Walk Your Dog Month, and there’s no better time to explore the best dog-friendly places in Long Island, NY! From parks to beaches, there are plenty of places to take your pup for a walk and enjoy some fresh air.
One of the best ways to celebrate the holidays is by showing your love and appreciation for everyone special in your life, including your pets, too. Giving gifts is a great way to show your pets some love and help them have a little extra fun during the holiday season.
When you leave home and can’t take your pet with you, you’re left with two choices: hiring a pet sitter to come into your home to care for your pet or taking your pet to a boarding facility. When it comes to quality and care, boarding facilities can run the gambit from providing accommodations that are just okay to providing your pet with a luxury stay.
Learning how they are expected to behave in the world, in your house, in the car, around other animals, and around other people are all skills that puppies need to learn through proper training and socialization. Working with your new puppy to teach them how to behave and even learn some new tricks is a great way to form an immediate bond while also setting your puppy up for a happy and healthy life.
We love felines for their independent (although sometimes snuggly) natures and their uniquely fun personalities. Although they’re a joy to have around, an untrained cat can present a variety of problems and/or challenges inside the house.
While nothing can replace veterinary care in the event of a medical emergency with your pet, knowing pet first aid and being prepared could mean the difference between your pet surviving an emergency and having to say goodbye too soon.
Our pets are integral parts of our families, so it’s no fun leaving them at home when you have to be away. If you’re lucky enough to be able to travel with your pets, then you’ll need to find a pet-friendly place to stay while also making sure you pack everything your pet will need to feel comfy while away from home.
It’s the spooky season, and that means frightful fun for everyone. While we, humans, can enjoy a good scare from time to time, the same is not always true for our pets. In fact, Halloween presents a lot of safety risks for our furry friends. To make sure your pets have just as much fun this Halloween as you, consider the following safety tips for pets.
The warm days of spring and summer are finally arriving. While that means more opportunities to get outside with your dogs, it also means the arrival of seasonal health concerns for pets. As you start enjoying the longer days with your dog, keep these health concerns in mind and take precautions to protect your pet.
An allergy or allergies refers to an inappropriate immune system response that occurs as a result of the body’s exposure to an allergen (or several different allergens) which are harmless substances that the immune system mistakenly recognizes as a threat.
Folded, floppy, hairy, or straight, we love our pets’ ears. They’re fuzzy, cute, and fun to scratch, but they can be a source of health problems for our dogs and cats when they are not properly cared for. Pet ears can attract parasites like ear mites, as well as become a breeding ground for bacteria and fungi. So, maintaining your pet’s ears will maintain their health, too!
Today it seems like everywhere you look there are products that contain CBD. CBD seems to be the latest craze in the health industry, but how effective is it? What’s it supposed to do? And is it actually good for our pets?
Choosing the right pet food can be one of the most difficult choices you make for your dog. Over the last several years, grain-free pet foods gained popularity through clever marketing, but grain-free dog food might actually be making our dogs sick.
One of the most common ailments in older cats and dogs is arthritis which causes pain and limits a pet’s mobility. Although arthritis is a chronic condition, meaning it can’t be cured, there are plenty of options for managing the disease’s progression and its symptoms.
Although therapeutic, or prescription, pet diets aren’t always intended to replace a pet’s medication, they are designed to address health concerns from a very basic level.
There are a variety of nutritional supplements that can help slow the progression of disease and improve your pet’s mobility, strength, and balance while managing pain.
Hypothyroidism occurs when the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough hormone, which can lead to changes in behavior, energy, appetite, weight, and appearance.
Although easily prevented and resolved, dehydration in pets can cause permanent organ damage and even be life-threatening if it goes unchecked. Read on to discover the signs, symptoms, and harmful effects of pet dehydration.
Summer can be hard on your pet’s coat and skin, so read on to learn about how to keep your pet happy, healthy, and looking great this season.