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Dear Mobile Pet Vet Family, As your trusted veterinary care provider, we are dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of all of your family members (both 4-legged and 2). We are closely following the ongoing developments regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and are following guidance from the AVMA, CDC and … Read more

CBD – Weeding through all the information and legality CBD oil use in pets and people has been in the news a lot recently. There has been new interest in use of CBD in pets with the publication of an article about a study done at Cornell University. This study … Read more

Grain Free Diets… Friend or Foe? It’s Complicated There have been several articles in the news recently about the health concerns of feeding grain free diets. One of the articles published in the New York Times is linked here: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/24/health/grain-free-dog-food-heart-disease.html Articles like this one have focused on the concern about … Read more

We have recently been made aware of a press release issued by the Nutramax company, the manufacturers of many veterinary supplements we recommend including Dasuquin, Cosuquin, Proviable and Welactin. In the press release, Nutramax states that it is aware of counterfeit products being sold through Amazon.com. They urge consumers to … Read more

Affected Animals: This is a common disease of older cats, with an average age of 13 years and a general range of four to 20 years. Cats of all breeds and both sexes can be affected. Overview: Feline hyperthyroidism is the most common hormonal abnormality and is a common disease … Read more

Affected Animals: Although dogs of almost every age have been reported to have Cushing’s disease, it is most common in middle-aged and older dogs. Most dogs diagnosed with Cushing’s disease are at least 9 to 10 years old. Slightly more female dogs are affected than male dogs. Large breed dogs … Read more

Foods to Avoid Chocolate Grapes/Raisins Raw meats Hard/Treated or cooked bones Pig ear treats or other pork products Any over the counter pain relievers or human medications (check with veterinarian first) Toys Avoid any chew toys that are harder than your dog’s teeth. This includes: bones, hooves, and nylabones etc, … Read more

As much as you try to extend your pet’s life through first-rate medical care, there comes a time when euthanasia is the most caring gift left to give your animal companion. Approximately 70 percent of owners opt for euthanasia when the pet is suffering from an ailment that significantly compromises … Read more

When a cat is diabetic, it means that their naturally occurring insulin hormones are either not being produced or not working efficiently to utilize glucose. Glucose is the main energy source of the body and controls your cat’s basic metabolism.