• Green Your Pet
    If you have pets, your love has likely extended to the natural world. Good news! Just as in every other type of product available, green or eco-friendly pet products are available Read more
  • What to do If Your Pet Eats a Toxin
    Oh no! Fluffy just at the whole batch of brownies! Or Spike just snarffed up the whole bottle of pills! While these are not every day occurrences, it’s likely you Read more
  • Panleukopenia (Feline Distemper)
    You may have seen your cat receive a feline distemper vaccination. This virus is more correctly referred to as panleukopenia. It is a highly contagious, rapidly progressive virus that is Read more
  • What Happens During a Dental Cleaning?
    All this talk about dental health this month probably has a lot of you wondering just what goes on during these cleanings? Cleanings are recommended annually for most pets. If Read more
  • Behavior Basics: Leash Walking
    Everyone dreams of their dog being able to comfortably walk next to them on a loose leash. However, walks tend to be more of a struggle between owner and dog. Read more
  • Canine Parvovirus
    Most pet owners are aware of the dreaded parvovirus, or “parvo”. This disease is related to panleukopenia (or feline distemper). Puppies are the most at risk from this highly Read more
  • Caring for Your Guinea Pig
    Guinea Pigs can make wonderful pets! They originated in South America, where wild ones still roam today. They are non-aggressive, curious, and quite vocal. Most guinea pigs will live an Read more
  • Cat Toys
    In the last few years, the market for cat toys has exploded. Now there are more options than ever to fit every cat’s needs. Not every cat will love every toy Read more
  • Dog Toys
    If you’ve been to the pet store lately, you know the myriad of choices that exist for your dog to play with. It can be a little overwhelming sometimes! Not Read more
  • Senior Changes in Pets Part 2
    Check out the first part of this article here. Your Lincoln, NE animal clinic will continue to discuss things you may see happening in your senior pet, as well as some solutions Read more
  • Senior Changes in Pets Part 1
    Pets are considered seniors at the age of 7 typically. If you have a large dog (over 55 lbs), they are considered a senior at 5 years. Our pets experience Read more
  • Puzzle Your Pet!
    Our pets have it made, don’t they? They get to sit around and do whatever they want all day and we feed them and love them. It turns out that Read more
  • Chocolate Toxicity
    It’s getting to be that time of year when all manner of sweet treats are kept around the house for various holidays. None of these should be offered to your Read more
  • Lyme Disease
    Lyme disease is a bacterium transmitted by ticks. This is the same Lyme disease found in humans. While Lyme disease is more common in dogs, it can also occur in cats. Read more

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