Check out the latest educational articles and tips from the Washington Family Vet Clinic team!
Keep your pet safe and healthy this holiday season by being aware of the most common holiday hazards around.
Who says your pet can’t join in on the Thanksgiving fun? Here are some safe foods to put on their own special Thanksgiving plate this year.
Worried about lumps and bumps on your pet? Learn when to worry, what to look for, and when to schedule an appointment.
Aging can be hard on your pet. Follow these tips to keep your senior pet active, mobile, and pain-free as they age.
Celebrating Halloween with your pet? Make sure you keep them safe by following these Halloween pet safety tips!
Deaf dogs require a few extra safety precautions. Follow these few tips to keep your deaf dog safe and sound!
September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, so do your pet a favor and learn the common signs of pain to get them help when they need it.
What You Should Know About Pet Microchips If you've been debating about having your pet microchipped, it might be easier to make a decision if you understand how microchips work. While they do not provide GPS tracking capabilities, they do offer a permanent...
4 Reasons Why Your Senior Pet Needs Early Detection Screening Tests It’s no secret that our pets do not live long enough. Along with a shorter lifespan—in relation to their human family members—come rapid health changes, particularly in their later years....
4 Ways to Have a Cool Pet This Summer Summer is full of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, but high temperatures and humidity can make it unenjoyable for your pet. Help your furry friend keep cool with the following tips. #1: Take a walk on the beach...