Freshly carved turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, homemade stuffing and pumpkin pie; the classic Thanksgiving meal. But what sounds perfect for you, may not be what's best for your pet.
This Thanksgiving, the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Associatio
Halloween chocolates, treats and costumes - little ghosts, ghouls and goblins may enjoy them, but pets may not!
As Steve Erickson, DVM of All Pets Veterinary Clinic in Middleton and Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA) member, points out,
Spring is finally making its entrance people are spending more time outside with their pets. It is often during this time of the year that pet parents start thinking about tick preventive options, but the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVM
April is National Heartworm Awareness Month and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association asks all dog and cat owners to visit their WVMA member veterinarian to have their pets tested and make sure they are protected.
"Heartworms can be life thre