Zoonotic Diseases and Pets

Throughout the 2020 pandemic, there has been a spotlight on the term zoonotic or diseases carried by animals to humans. If you haven’t heard of the term, you are likely familiar with rabies, plague, and intestinal worms. These are all zoonotic diseases. 

As human populations have grown and encroached on former wildlife habitat, many more zoonoses have emerged. Some of these can be transmitted to our pets, which then can be transmitted to us. 

To prevent these diseases from harming your pet and family, the team at Huntington Veterinary Hospital is here to give you a better understanding of zoonotic diseases and pets.

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A Bright Future: Huntington Veterinary Hospital’s Top Blogs of 2019 

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. 

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Reflections from Huntington Veterinary Hospital: Our Top 5 Pet Care Blogs of 2018

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Most people view their pet as a bonafide member of the family and treat them accordingly. With increased awareness of what a pet needs to thrive, we’re seeing our community of responsible pet owners grow each year.

Routine wellness checks have lasting impacts on long-term health, and we’re continually struck by dedicated pet owners who go the distance to ensure the wellbeing of their best friend. In response to the questions we often receive at Huntington Veterinary Hospital, we publish pet care blogs each month. We hope the information and tips we provide are relevant and effective.

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Peace of Mind: The Benefits of Pet Insurance

Pet insurance can help you afford veterinary careWe all love our pets and want to do the very best we can to take care of them. Most of us know this means annual veterinary preventive care and feeding them a high-quality diet. But what about unexpected costs?

With the annual cost of veterinary care topping $1,800 annually, it’s no wonder that a pet injury or illness could put a significant financial strain on many families. That’s where pet insurance comes in. Designed to bridge the gap between cost and care, a pet insurance policy means you never have to choose between your pet and your wallet. Continue…