What did 2017 mean for you? For us, many things come to mind. First, just how grateful we are to have had the opportunity to care for so many of our furry patients, and to provide the preventive wellness services to keep them healthy. From our new puppy and kitten patients to our sweet, old senior friends, we are proud to be a partner in your pet’s health and happiness.
Focused on giving pet owners information about a wide range of topics that pertain to your four-legged friends, the intent of our pet blogs is to educate and inform (and sometimes entertain!). Helping pet owners to better understand how to give their pets the very best life possible is what we aim to do.
We hope you have enjoyed reading our blogs as much as we have enjoyed writing them! Without further ado, here are our top 5 pet blogs of 2017!
Counting Down Our Top 5 Pet Blogs
- Heartworms in Cats – There are so many things that we cannot protect our precious pets from, but when it comes to parasites such as heartworms in cats, we often have a real chance at preventing trouble. Most dog owners know about heartworms, but owners with feline family members aren’t always as knowledgeable. Read More…
- Getting the Creepy Crawlies? Intestinal Parasites in Pets – Preventing and treating intestinal parasites in pets is extremely important to maintaining their health and wellness. Animals are more prone than people to intestinal parasites because they engage in different activities. They spend more time close to the ground, groom themselves by licking, ingest rodents and the like, and sometimes even like to eat things we would never dream of eating. Read More…
- A Sharper Image: Veterinary Digital Imaging – Back in the day, getting diagnostic imaging of your pet’s body used to be a lot more difficult. The equipment was clunky and difficult to use. The process took a lot of time, and often the results were less than optimal. Read More…
- Party Animals! Keep Your Furry Guests Safe with Our Pet Party Safety Tips – Get-togethers with family and friends tend to increase as the snow (finally!) melts and the temperatures rise. Although our family pets often like to join in the revelry, it’s important to keep pet party safety in mind as spring and summer “party seasons” get underway. Read More…
- A Serious Threat: Leptospirosis in Dogs – If we told you that there was a disease that could cause kidney and liver failure in your family dog, and that could be found anywhere in the environment that wildlife frequented, wouldn’t you want to know more? Now what if we told you that it could also affect your human family? Read More…
Well, there you have it! Do you have any suggestions for upcoming pet blogs you’d love to see covered? Please don’t hesitate to give us a call or mention some ideas during your next appointment (and we are looking forward to seeing you and your pet this year).
From your friends at True Care Veterinary Hospital, we wish you and yours a very happy 2018!
Molly and Oscar have been patients of Dr. Tullio for several years. I have been very pleased with his care‚ his expertise‚ and his understanding with my two Wheatens. Dr. Tullio has been quick to diagnose any issues and remedy all of the problems we’ve had. I look forward to many more years working with Dr. Tullio. I wish him well in his venture.
Doctor Tullio is a kind, caring gentleman who has cared for my cocker spaniels for many years now. He has always been helpful‚ honest‚ and understanding with my pets and me. He is a man I trust completely and have and do refer others to him. Any pet owner can feel safe and secure in trusting their beloved pets to his skilled hands.
—Margaret Rowe‚ Howell‚ NJ
Dr. Tullio has always treated our dogs with great knowledge‚ care‚ and compassion‚ and we have grown to know him quite well. We have been so completely impressed with Dr. Tullio’s consistent excellence in care and services that we wanted to share our experience with others. We are pleased to recommend as the place to go for both quality treatment and compassionate care for your furry family members.
When my parents’ dog Kya died very suddenly a few years ago‚ their regular vet was not at work that day. But thankfully‚ Dr. Tullio was and treated my parents and their dog as if he was their doctor for the past 15 years—doing everything he could to try and revive Kya and by being so compassionate to my parents in the waiting room after having to deliver the sad news. We truly can’t say enough nice things about Dr. Tullio and can’t wait for him to open his new facility! Thank you.
—Lori Forrest & Bob Leahy