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Back-to-school For Your Fur-kid, Too!

This is a guest blog contributed by PRO K-9, our dog training partners. PRO K-9 holds training classes on Thursdays in our upstairs training room.

"Doobs" and Don'ts With Marijuana in the Home

Marijuana seems to be in the news a lot these days, with laws changing around the country and the public's perception of it changing as well.

Primary Care Closed September 2 and 3 For Labor Day

As a reminder, we will be closed for Primary Care services (wellness visits, vaccines, etc.) on Sunday, September 2nd and Monday, September 3rd, in observance of Labor Day.

Dogs and Cats Need Their Teeth Cleaned, Too!

by Jen Azofeifa, DVM

Dental disease in dogs and cats is very common, especially in older ones. Small breed dogs often need to start having their teeth cleaned under anesthesia earlier in life than...

Canine Flu in Washtenaw County

by Taryn Clark, DVM

It’s official: we have had our first positive case of Canine Influenza Virus (H3N2 and H3N8 virus) in Washtenaw County!

Harmful Algal Blooms: Avoid Dangerous "HAB-itats"!

by Kerry McKinney, DVM

Michigan summers are a special treat for those who love outdoor water activities. With over 2200 miles of freshwater coast—and over 3200 miles if you count our islands!—we...

Glaucoma: Does Your Pet's Breed Increase Risk?

by Kerry McKinney, DVM

Glaucoma is a disease that damages the optic nerve and retina, leading to blindness—usually via a painful increase in pressure within the eye. Managing glaucoma successfully...

New books at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital

We often say that prevention is the best medicine. Dr. Jason Nicholas ("Dr. J"), based in Portland, OR, really took this idea to heart. He is the founder of Preventive Vet, which he launched in...

Important Change in d-CON Rodent Poison Formula

by Kerry McKinney, DVM

Among the toxins most commonly ingested by dogs and cats are rodenticides, commonly called "rat poison," which in the US now comes in block or paste form. This year the...

My Cat Is Constipated! Or Is He?

by Jen Azofeifa, DVM

Urethral Obstruction: A Medical Emergency

It is a common assumption that if a cat is straining in the litter box, he is constipated. However, primarily in male cats, a more...

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