Quiz: Is My Senior Pet Suffering From Dementia?

Normal pet aging involves unavoidable physical health changes, such as stiff or painful joints, vision or hearing loss, and reduced organ function. Unfortunately, your pet’s brain is equally susceptible to normal age-related decline, and some pets experience more significant cognitive impairment, similar to Alzheimer’s disease in humans.  Complete the following quiz to determine if your [...]

Is That Normal? 10 Weird Dog Behaviors

You’re out walking with your dog on a lovely day, and they suddenly throw themselves on the ground and roll in a smelly section of grass. Later, you look away for only a few seconds and they snatch another dog’s poop for a snack. Then, they start howling at the ambulance sirens in the distance. [...]

6 Back-to-School Coping Strategies for Pets

Going back to school after a fun-filled summer can be a crazy time filled with shopping trips, school physicals, orientations, parent days, and more. Your pet’s wellbeing may be the last thing on your mind, but they may be struggling to cope with the sudden changes and dealing with anxiety or stress, because they are [...]

Hiking and Camping Guidelines for Dog Owners

Hiking and camping are great ways to get exercise and enjoy fresh air and nature and, as a dog owner, you may want to include your furry pal in the adventure. Our Fremont Animal Hospital team knows dogs can be great companions on outdoor trips, and we provide guidelines for camping and hiking with your [...]

Ticked Off: How to Protect Your Pet From Tick-borne Diseases

Several tick species prevalent in Washington carry diseases that can be transmitted to people and pets. Our Fremont Animal Hospital team provides information about tick-borne diseases in our area and offers tips to help safeguard your four-legged friend. Lyme disease in pets Lyme disease is the most commonly diagnosed tick-borne disease in pets and people [...]

6 Tips to Travel Safely With Your Pet

Summer is a great time to travel, and many people enjoy including their pet. Our Fremont Animal Hospital team wants your trip to be as fun and stress-free as possible, so we are providing travel tips to keep your four-legged friend safe.  #1: Acclimate your pet to traveling On a road trip, spending a lot [...]

Patriotic Pets: 5 Tips to Have a Fun and Safe July Fourth

While preparing for your July Fourth cookout and decking out your yard in red, white, and blue, take time to consider your pet’s wellbeing. Our Fremont Animal Hospital team knows how dangerous this noisy patriotic holiday can be for pets, and we offer tips for ensuring you and your pet have a fun and safe [...]

Dog Vomiting: A Guide for Pet Owners

You are likely familiar with the awful retching noise and the pained facial expression your dog makes right before they vomit—usually on your most expensive rug. Dogs commonly vomit, which can be a nonspecific sign of many different underlying conditions. The cause may be a benign condition, such as food that upset their digestive system, [...]

Better Veterinary Care Through In-House Diagnostics

You shouldn’t have to wait several days for test results or visit a specialist when your pet is ill, so we have equipped our Fremont Animal Hospital with an advanced in-house diagnostic testing suite. In-house testing quickly provides our team with answers to begin your pet’s treatment as soon as possible, and saves you time [...]

Avoiding the Battle: Tips for Pet Medication Success

Whether you own a cat, or a small- or large-breed dog, medication administration can sometimes be challenging. Maybe your pet eats around the pills hidden in their food, hides when they see the medication bottle, or puts up an all-out fight over their ear medication. Whatever your difficulties, the Fremont Animal Hospital team has heard [...]

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