Posted by admin on October 29, 2015
Lupus in Dogs: Everything You Need to Know
Here’s an overview of lupus in dogs, including the symptoms and available treatment options.
Jean Marie Bauhaus, Contributor
Your dog is an important member of your family, so it can be scary and overwhelming to think about the different health issues he may develop throughout...
Posted by admin on August 25, 2013
Acupuncture originated in China and has been practiced for thousands of years. It is one of the safest therapies available. It can be used along with other treatment methods and acts in a complementary fashion. The procedure involves the stimulation of very specific points on the body. There are many ways to achieve stimulation; including the insertion of very thin needles at these points, heat (moxabustion),...
Posted by admin on December 5, 2012
Remember that when you celebrate the holidays at your house with family and friends, it’s a special event for your pet. And this awareness can spell the difference between an enjoyable party and one marred by misadventures, disgruntles guests who wish they had never come, and a misbehaving pet that hopes they will leave real soon.
Puppies, in particular, may behave like young children, acting excited...
Posted by admin on November 28, 2012
Pet owners know that their four-legged best friends have teeth, but usually do little to keep them healthy. The mouth is the entrance point of food into the body. It is important to keep your pet’s teeth and gums clean and strong.
Examining the teeth monthly is helpful. Most dogs and cats are happy to let their owners peek inside the mouth to look at the teeth. First, look at the face. One side...
Posted by admin on November 19, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT : Michel Selmer, DVM
Advanced Animal Care Center
260 Evergreen Ave
Huntington Station, NY 11746
HOLIDAY FOODS AND GIFTS POSE HAZARDS FOR FAMILY PETS
With the holidays approaching, pet owners should take precautions so that the holiday festivities are happy and healthy for four-legged family members, as well as the humans who love them.
Posted by admin on July 21, 2011
First I want to thank you for being a client of the Advanced Animal Care Center and for trusting me with your pet’s health. I truly hope my care and advice have helped to maintain and improve your pet’s health. If you would be so kind as to provide a testimonial describing how we have helped you and your pet, I would be incredibly grateful. As you know, Advanced Animal Care Center is all about...