7 Things Your Veterinarian Wishes You Knew
Vet Clinic Tips from Veterinaire Pet Care Of Jersey City To Make Sure You Are Prepared For Your Pet’s Next Appointment.
Pets are furry little family members, and can be of huge importance in ourRead more
Reasons Why You Should Take Care of Your Pet’s Teeth
Veterinaire Pet Care of Jersey City Encourages Its Clients To Consider Their Pet’s Dental Hygiene
February is National Pet Dental Health Month and VeRead more
This Is Why Your Pet Needs Acupuncture (Really!)
Veterinaire Pet Care of Jersey City encourages its clients to explore the benefits of acupuncture.
Acupuncture for a dog looks surprisingly like acupuncture for a human—minus the flinching, plusRead more
7 Warning Signs That Your Dog Has Heartworms
Veterinaire Pet Care of Jersey City provides common signs for when a dog has heartworms
Heartworm disease in dogs is a silent killer that is often overlooked until it’s too late. This preventableRead more
How to Recognize Signs of Arthritis in Pets
Veterinaire Pet Care Of Jersey City Explains How To Recognize The Aging Signs Your Pet Might Be Experiencing
One of the most common ailments affecting middle aged to senior dogs and cats is arthritis. It can beRead more
Animals Reacting Post Solar Eclipse
Scientists Need Your Input To Describe How Animals Reacted Post Solar Eclipse.
Attention all animal and science lovers: The California Academy of Sciences is looking for your help. Fellow citizens are encourRead more
Heartworm Disease Decreasing While Diabetes is Increasing
Fortunately heartworm infection in dogs has decreased. On the other hand, diabetes mellitus has increased in dogs and cats, according to the State of Pet Health 2016 Report from Banfield Pet Hospital. Let Veterinaire PeRead more
The Truth About Spaying or Neutering Your Cat
An estimated 5 million to 8 million animals are euthanized in shelters across this country every year. Many organizations are working to decrease that number by opening low-cost spay/neuter clinics that will prevent moreRead more
Tips for Caring for Senior Dogs
Senior dogs have different care requirements than those of a younger dog. This fact probably doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone. But how do you know when your dog is considered to be a senior?
Intestinal parasites such as hookworms and roundworms can be a troublesome concern, especially for very young animals. Most puppies/kittens are born with worms and dogs/cats remain susceptible to the harmful parasites thRead more