Halloween is drawing ever closer, and with all that candy and chocolate stacking up, it's tempting to give your furry friends a small taste. Our advise: DON'T! Not unless you want Agatha Christie to write a new "Death by Chocolate" murder mystery for your lovable puppy.
If your puppy should get into trouble (they're always putting their noses where the shouldn't, the darn things), here is some information on what to do for your silly dog to save them from this deadly treat.
Stay safe this spooky season!
With all the forest fires, hurricanes, and other natural disasters that happen here in the United States, it's important to have a pet disaster plan in place. We all love our pets, and we want to save them in times of trouble like we would any other family member, which is why it's best to be prepare. We've attached a veterinary approved disaster plan for our customers to use to help prepare their own pet disaster plan which is appropriate for state they live in.
Written by Hayley Smith
A few years ago, Dr. Healey was interviewed back in April 2018 about the rise of Heartworm disease in Oregon. Today, it is still a concern for pets in the Oregon area. On average, 6 to 25 cases of Heartworm disease have been found in the state of Orego, which is why it is important to visit your pet for yearly testing and to give your pet monthly preventatives all year round.
To see Dr. Healey's interview on KATU, follow this link to view the full story.
During the course of the pandemic, we expect to maintain regular business hours and see and treat patients as usual. This includes preventive care, dental care, surgery, illness and urgent/emergency care.
Kate just recently joined the Hillsboro Veterinary Clinic as the clinics graphic designer and marketing associate. In her off times when she's not doing her own artwork, she loves cuddling with her adorable puppy Piglet and reading a good book.