Pancreatitis in Pets

Pancreatitis in Pets is a serious pet disease

With the holidays fast approaching, you may be thinking of all the delicious foods you’ll be serving (and eating!). Most pet owners are also guilty of sharing the holiday feast with their pets. However, besides adding unnecessary fat and calories, feeding your pet table scraps can lead to a potentially fatal condition called pancreatitis.

Pancreatitis in pets seems to pop up like clock work each year around the holidays, but, in reality, pancreatitis can occur at any time. That’s why it’s important to know the facts and practice good pet safety habits year-round.  


Seasonal Transitions: Our Guide to Cold Weather Pet Safety

Cold weather pet safety can keep pets safe during winter

Animals are highly aware of subtle shifts in temperature, precipitation, and barometric pressure – often long before we realize that a change is coming. Their intuition can lead them outside to get out their ya-ya’s before freezing weather dampens the adventurous spirit, or depending on your pet’s age and personality, inside to snuggle for the rest of the calendar year. Regardless, there are definite ways to approach cold weather pet safety, and we’ll get you started.