When Does My Pet Need Emergency Care?

You are extremely conscientious where your pet’s health is concerned. You ensure that all their vaccines are current, and that all their parasite preventives are given as directed. Their diet consists of only the most nutritious foods. However, the best-cared-for pet can become sick or injured. If they start exhibiting worrisome signs, how do you [...]

Why Does My Dog Do That? Weird Dog Behaviors Explained

One reason you likely love hanging out with your canine companion is their entertaining antics, from tilting their head when you ask if they want to go for a walk, to chasing their tail in circles. Although you realize these displays are part of your dog’s goofy personality, you no doubt still wonder why they [...]

Behind the White Coat: Meet Dr. Vineyard

You naturally want to know whom you’re entrusting with your pet’s care. We love bragging about our incredible team and want you to get to know them better. This month, we’re highlighting Dr. Sarah Vineyard, Colony Veterinary Hospital’s owner and medical director. Dr. Vineyard is also a certified veterinary acupuncturist, with a passion for providing [...]

Enrichment for Your Indoor Cat

While cats who live indoors are safer from outdoor hazards like predators, trauma or injury, and infectious diseases, they are also more prone to behavioral issues. These problems, such as anxiety, attention-seeking, aggression, and urinating or defecating outside the litter box, may stem from boredom, so providing mental and physical stimulation can stem these behaviors. [...]

5 Steps for a Happy, Healthy Puppy

When you first consider welcoming a new puppy into your family, you’re likely overwhelmed with choosing the perfect size, breed, and gender, as well as their color. Choosing the best fit for your family may push the other puppy considerations to the side, because you are so excited about getting your new best friend. However, [...]

5 Pawliday Pet Hazards to Avoid

The holidays have snuck up on us once again. Although celebrations may look a little different this year, the decor, food, and holiday spirit remain the same. Your four-legged family members are an integral part of the festivities; however, holiday sweets and treats can be dangerous to your curious critters. In addition to pet-proofing your [...]

6 Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe from Heartworm Disease

Heartworms are caused by the parasite Dirofilaria immitis, and affect cats, dogs, and other pets, like ferrets. Heartworms are transmitted to pets when they are bitten by an infected mosquito. The larvae move through the bloodstream to the pet’s heart and lungs, where the larvae mature into adult heartworms, which can grow up to 14 [...]

Get To Know Our Support Team

Providing top-notch medical care for pets is complicated, but thanks to our highly skilled support team, we are able to partner with you for your pet’s life-long health. You have seen our office manager, client service representatives (CSRs), and veterinary technicians and assistants around the office, but probably don’t know much about them outside the [...]

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