As the winter holidays come to a close, we are happy to say that we’ve made it through 2019 with flying colors, and the future couldn’t look brighter! Even though it’s fun to look ahead, we also like to set our intentions for the coming year by taking a look back at what we did over the previous 12 months.

If you are a regular reader of our pet care blog, you know that the well being of our patients is our top priority. We care about your best fur pal’s health and well being, and we are always here to answer your questions and concerns. To that end, Huntington Veterinary Hospital is  committed to delivering the most relevant, timely and inspiring pet health information out there. Thank you for being a part of that endeavor!

Without further ado, keep reading for our picks of our top blogs of 2019. 

Huntington Veterinary Hospital’s Top Blogs of 2019

5. Pets and Rattlesnakes: How to Keep Your Pet Safe
For most pet owners, spring is all about outdoor recreation and trail time with Fido – and where there are wild or natural places, there are snakes. Rattlesnakes are becoming more active now that we’re experiencing warmer temperatures and longer days. Read more…

4. Four-Legged Jet Setters: What to Know About the New Airline Restrictions for Pets
Thinking of taking a trip with your pet? You aren’t alone. Each year, over 2 million animals are transported via airplane, and recent scandals have resulted in airlines tightening up their already strict rules when it comes to pet travel. Read on!

3. Nasty Habit: Why Do Some Dogs Eat Poop
You are at the park with your pet and are just about to give them a hug and kiss, when you notice they just gobbled down something. Oh no! Poop! This gross habit that some pets develop may be ghastly to us, but to them it is a perfectly natural thing to do. Keep reading…

2. What to Do When It Comes to Expired Veterinary Drugs
An ear infection here, a cut paw pad there, and a routine surgery later, many times as a pet owner you may find yourself with some leftover medications for your furry friend. If you are like most of us, you probably find yourself stashing extras in a leftover cabinet, in hopes that you can use it a little later. Continue…

1. Kidney Disease in Cats: Battling a Formidable Foe
Tiger is an old but seemingly still very healthy cat. You might have noticed that the litter box has been more full over the last several months, and maybe you see him at the water bowl several times a day. He is still eating well, cuddling at night, and attacking his favorite toys, though, so you just overlook these new habits. Read more…

A Healthy New Year

As we begin 2020, we hope that the coming year is filled with good health and happiness for all the pets in your life. If you have a suggestion for blog topics that might interest other pet owners, please let us know.

And from our family to yours, a very Happy New Year!