July 2019: Anxiety Management Month

By July 3, 2019No Comments

Did you know our pets can suffer from anxiety?

All breeds can suffer from anxiety but it affects each dog differently, just like us. Some common signs of anxiety are aggression, accidents in the house, destructive behavior, panting/ drooling, excessive barking, and pacing/restlessness.

Common causes of anxiety in pets are:

  • Fear
  • Seperation
  • And even age

Untreated anxiety in pets can cause anxiety disorders, which often leads to unfavorable behaviors in our furry friends.

 Doctor’s recommendation:

Does your dog or cat often destroy your stuff or leave you surprises to come home to? They may be sufferring from anxiety. Anxiety symptoms in pets are often misunderstood as behavioral issues. If you think your pet may be suffering from anxiety, give us a call and schedule an appointment to come talk with our doctor! We’ll rule out any possible health concerns that may be causing unfavorable behaviors and discuss the best anxiety management medications and options for your fur baby.

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Hospital Updates

Our groomer Crystal is available for grooming now on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of every week. Crystal is the only AKC Safe Groomer in Northeast Florida, Pet CPR Certified and practices care and compassion and grooms cats and dogs of all sizes! Call us today to schedule your groom!

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As of January 1st, 2020 we will no longer be carrying all sizes of Trifexis in-hospital. If your pet currently takes Trifexis for their monthly heartworm and flea prevention, no need to worry! It will still be available through our online store (Vet’s First Choice).

The available heartworm and flea/tick preventions for dogs that will be sold in-hospital will remain Heartgard, Nexgard, Proheart injection(6-month heartworm prevention), and the Seresto collar.

If you’re interested in switching your dog to one of these products or would like to start using Vet’s First Choice for Trifexis, let us know and we’d be happy to help!

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