Archive for April, 2016

Taking Care of Our Furry Friends The Field of Modern Veterinary Diagnostics

Written by Veterinarian Review on . Posted in Contract laboratory program, Heartworm antigen test, Veterinary laboratory

Canine heartworm antigen test kit
Over thousands of years humans have formed tight bonds with a number of animal species in a process known as domestication. Dogs, cats, horses, cattle, and a number of other animals have co-evolved alongside of humans; just as human lives have been changed by this partnership, so too have the lives of the animals we have domesticated as many resemble their wild ancestors only subtly. Many people acknowledge these domesticated animals as pets and friends who are entitled to a healthy and happy life — this is where veterinary medicine comes into play.
Veterinary Diagnostics
There are thousands of veterinarians across the nation that specialize in the treatment of animals of all sizes. Scheduling regular vet appointments for dogs and cats every year is one of the

5 Questions to Ask Before You Get Health Insurance for Pets

Written by Veterinarian Review on . Posted in Healthcare for pets, Insurance for pets, Vet insurance for dogs

Healthcare for pets

Americans love their pets. There are about 76.43 million domesticated cats around the country. This is more than any other country on the planet. Pet owners spend nearly $20.5 billion each year on pet food, almost $12.6 billion on over the counter medications and pet supplies and about $13.6 billion on vet care. Many people who are concerned about their animals’ health will buy health insurance for pets so they can make sure their furry and feathered friends can have access to the best vet care.

If you are considering buying insurance for pets, here are some questions you should ask.

  1. How does the company deal with pre-existing conditions? There is pet health insurance for pre-existing

Are You Slowly Killing Your Best Friend?

Written by Veterinarian Review on . Posted in Emergency vet, Verona emergency vet, Verona vet hospital

Shenandoah vet clinic
With the costs of raising children rising higher than every before, it’s no surprise that pet ownership is on the increase in America. In fact, pets now outnumber humans in the United States: there are 380 million pets for only 300 million Americans. An estimated 63% of U.S. households own a pet and 40% of these own multiple pets. With pet ownership becoming more and more popular, the need for high-quality and affordable pet care is higher than ever. Why is pet care so important?

The Need For Regular Pet Care


Pets who do not receive regular pet care often end up in animal hospitals or emergency vets more than pets who do receive regular care. Regular checkups and care ensure that your pet has all

Scratch That Itch With an Effective Treatment Try All Natural Shampoo!

Written by Veterinarian Review on . Posted in Cat skin allergies, Itchy skin in dogs, Pet shampoo

Natural pet products
Have you noticed your cat and dog scratching a lot lately? Before you go for the flea collar or anti-itch medications, consider that maybe your itchy cat or dog simply has dry skin. If you have the type of dog that needs to be bathed or shampooed fairly regularly, it could be that your pet shampoo is simply causing a skin irritation or making your dog’s skin itchy. Although an itchy cat is usually not being bathed, they could be exposed to something — like a food allergy — that makes them scratch more than usual. You’ll want to watch their diet and make sure it’s not from a bacterial infection or any mites. The majority of pet owners report that their pet makes them