Spring and summer are all about fun, family, and going on adventures. From hiking to swimming, we want you to make the most of this beautiful time of year by including your pets in your outdoor escapades! Forming memories with your best friend helps create a stronger bond and makes life better! When you’re planning your next hiking or camping trip, don’t forget to plan ahead to keep your pet safe and protected. Keep Your Pet Safe This Time of Year Whether you’re headed to the local park with your pooch or just enjoying a glass of lemonade while your cat frolics in the backyard, consider the following checklist to help ensure you are protecting your best friend from these seasonal dangers. Spring and Summer Pet Health Checklist At-a-Glance Heartworm Prevention Flea and tick prevention Up-to-Date Microchip Vaccinations Healthy Nutrition Hydration Heartworm prevention: Heartworms can wreak havoc on your pet’s health. Don’t let them. Unfortunately, we see a rise in mosquitoes this time of year, and those pesky bugs can carry heartworm disease. Stay up-to-date with your pet’s heartworm prevention to avoid any unnecessary risk. Flea and tick prevention: We hate fleas and ticks, and your pets do, too. Luckily, there’s a […]
Isn’t spring an exciting time of year? The flowers are blooming, bees are buzzing, and Easter is right around the corner! We love spring at Sullivan Family Pet Hospital, but we also want to keep your furry best friends safe while they relax inside and celebrate the season with your family. So, we’ve come up with our top safety tips to keep your pets hoppy and happy all spring long!
Spring is here! We bet your dog is hopping with joy as he gets to spend more time outside. Even though spring is a time when dogs and cats get to indulge in the fresh air, it’s important to keep your pet’s safety at the forefront of your mind. We’ve put together a checklist for you to help keep your beloved dog or cat safe as they frolic in the sunshine.
Dr. Sarah and Dr. Sullivan are outstanding. So caring and truly concerned about the well-being of our furry family members. Thanks for watching over our Max. You are fantastic!
Tomorrow is the last chemo treatment for our cat Brutus. Dr. Sullivan has been the most caring and supportive person for me. She has taken every phone call, she even called me when she was on vacation when there were side effects from the first chemo treatment. She has put up with my tears and frustration. I seriously do not think I would have made it through the last 6 months without her support and the support of all the girls that have taken care of Brutus and me. I cannot thank them enough for all they have done.