If you are fond of your canine companion(s), you will want to review this infographic for important warning signs that your dog might need dental care.
You may have been asked to donate blood at a local drive or have heard announcements about urgent human blood shortages during disasters, but have you ever wondered where the blood for sick or injured pets comes from? 1st Pet Veterinary Centers has just opened its animal blood bank for the collection, storage, and distribution […]
Planning to live a healthier lifestyle is one thing, but actually summoning the motivation to do so is a different matter. Many dog owners feel more motivated to get fit and healthy when they do so alongside their dogs. For example, you probably already go on walks with your dog. But walking isn’t the only […]
Veterinary visits should not be stressful events for any pet. Fear, anxiety, and stress have significant health consequences for pets, which should be avoided. By working together, we can take the fear out of veterinary care. The following are some of the methods we use to protect your pet’s emotional well-being…
1st Pet Veterinary Centers would like to alert our clients about a situation of concern to dog owners. There has been a recent increase in the number of cases of Canine Leptospirosis in Maricopa County. The following are some frequently asked questions about this situation. Please contact us for additional questions. What Is Canine Leptospirosis? […]
While most dog owners know that feeding their pets scraps from their plate is not the best choice, many people still feed their dogs “people food” as a treat. Even though most human foods are not necessarily harmful to dogs, there are some seemingly innocent foods that are actually poisonous or can cause immediate injury. […]