What You Should Know About Canine Influenza

Canine Influenza, commonly known as the dog flu, is a highly contagious viral infection caused by two specific types of the canine influenza virus (H3N2 & H3N8, which most dogs have no immunity for). Though canine influenza has similar symptoms to human influenza virus like fever and fatigue, the canine influenza is NOT currently known [...]

Show Your Pet’s Some Love!

Our furry family members offer us so much and ask for so little in return. This Valentine’s Day show them how much they are truly appreciated and loved by giving them the best gift: good health! You shouldn’t wait until your pet is sick before seeing a veterinarian! Instead you should take your pet to [...]

Veterinarian Continuing Education

One of the ways our veterinarians can continue to provide excellent care for your furry family members, is by attending continuing education classes and seminars. Dr. Toro and Dr. Burguete will be fulfilling their continuing education credits in the upcoming weeks and will be out of the office. If your pet is a patient of [...]

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving, like many Holidays, is a day where many families and people come together to celebrate and eat lots and lots of good food. Although there are always cautions to take on what your furry family member is fed, there are also some foods your pet can enjoy! Sweet potato (plain, with no seasoning) [...]


Halloween is around the corner and that means lots of fun costumes, trick or treating, and plenty of adorable pet Halloween costumes around our homes. Unfortunately, for our fur babies, Halloween also brings lots of delicious, tempting, and dangerous treats! Below are some helpful tips to keep your four-legged family members safe this Halloween. It’s [...]

Should Flea and Tick Prevention Be Used Year Round?

Flea and Tick prevention is important for keeping your dog and/or cat safe from tick-borne diseases and flea infestations. A common question that is asked by many pet owners is whether this prevention should be administered year round or just during the warmer months. In Wisconsin it is a common practice among owners to only [...]

Itchy Season

The end of summer is around the corner, and fall season is just ahead of us which means itchy season is coming upon us in Wisconsin. Around this time of year we see an influx in dogs whose allergies begin to flare up, have skin or ear issues, and/or fleas/ticks. Sometimes the signs of itchiness [...]

4th of July Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe and Healthy

The Fourth of July is fast approaching and it is the biggest holiday where pets are fearful & nervous – and the one day of the year where more pets get lost than any other. Keep your pets in a quiet room Keep your pet confined to safe, familiar, and comfortable room. Even better, [...]

Celebrating Memorial Day Safely With Your Pets

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer and is a great reason to get outdoors and celebrate with your family and friends – including your four-legged ones. If you’re cooking out, soaking up the sun, or attending a party it’s important to keep your pets safety in mind. Here are some tips to keep [...]

National Pet Day

National Pet Day is April 11, although if you’re a pet owner, you know there’s not a day that goes by that you don’t celebrate your animal companion! So hug your hedgehog, bond with your bunny, and cut your kitty some catnip! That critter makes you happy — and that’s not all. Over the past [...]

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