AnnArborAnimalHospital_February2018 Blog

June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month!

Throughout the year we like to highlight the plight of animals nationwide in our shelter system. June is always devoted to Shelter Cat Month. Because of this, we have compiled a few informative...

Reasons for increased risk of heartworm

Incidences of heartworm in both dogs and cats are on the rise nationwide. Here are a few reasons why.

2015 Dog Bite Prevention: year in review

The purpose of this graphic is not to scare readers but to reinforce that dog bites are an ongoing problem, one that every person who owns or is around dogs should be aware of. Most dog bites are...

It's A Snap--Dog Bite Prevention Week

National Dog Bite Prevention Week is May 15-21st

A Yellow Ribbon: ask before petting

It's always a good idea to ask a dog owner for permission before you pet their dog. There are many reasons why an owner may not want people interacting with their pet. Recently our dog was in...

National Animal Preparedness Day May 8th

National Animal Preparedness Day isn't just a reminder to have a family action plan for a major disaster like a terrorist attack or Hurricane Katrina-like flooding, but for smaller family emergencies...

A few ways to control the tick population in your yard

It's important to check for ticks after doing yard work and other activities outside. After clearing brush yesterday I checked my body then my clothes and was looking through my hair when I...

Parasites of spring and summer

With the unusually warm and mild winter we had in Michigan, spring came early and seemed to drag summer in with it. Though we've had a return to more typical temperatures, the early warmth roused...

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