Veterinary medicine used to be mainly for emergencies and sick pets, but those days are in the past. As a society we have started to grow and learn that our pets are just like our children - they need love, patience, and regular wellness checks to live their best life.
No matter how well you know your pet, noises and lights that they aren’t used to can make them act unpredictable. It has been said that more pets run away during fireworks season than any other time of the year. The Veterinarians of All-Pets Hospital in Des Moines have put together a checklist of things to do to prepare for a safe and happy Independence Day.
It’s spring. The flowers are blooming, the sun is coming out, and there are adorable baby animals being welcomed into our world by their mothers. But what happens when you find a cute little ball of fluff that seems to be injured or left behind? We get calls about this frequently, so here's some information if you find yourself in a situation like this!
While exercise and the outdoors can be wonderful for our pets, it’s important for us to remember that not all animals handle heat in the same way. Even if you are comfortable, your pet may not be. All-Pets Hospital has few tips to make sure your furry friend is enjoying the weather as much as you are!
We're so happy you found our blog. The All-Pets team always has fun stories from our day-to-day life at the clinic, as well as a ton of tips that we would love to share so we've decided to maintain a blog here on our website. This is for you to have a sneak peek into what it's like working with animals daily and to hopefully answer some questions that we get asked frequently by our clients. So please -- Sit! Stay! and join the All-Pets team as we try to save the world one pet at a time.