If your dog has a thunder phobia, storms in the forecast are your worst nightmare.
During these storms, your dog may show signs of anxiety, like shaking, whining, drooling, pacing, or hiding in a confined space. Some dogs even bark, howl, or become destructive.
Even though thunder phobias are common within dogs, there are a lot of misconceptions about the causes and best ways to handle this fear. There’s more to this phobia than loud noises. Read More »
Often, there are plenty of conversations about heatstroke or overheating in dogs, but what about hyperthermia in our other furry friends?
Hyperthermia, or heatstroke, is equally dangerous in cats as in dogs. Because both species of pets aren’t able to tell us when they are overheated, it’s important to know the warning signs of high temperatures and what to do to help your pet.Read More »
Tips for helping your dog friends stay cool during a hot Summer day
Summer is such a fun time of year! There’s always plenty to do with an energetic pup, like hiking, swimming, exploring the outdoors, or just hanging out in your backyard.
But, hot and humid weather can be taxing and even dangerous for dogs. If you are spending a lot of time outside, pay close attention to their behaviors and limits to prevent heatstroke.
Since dogs don’t tolerate heat as well as humans, heatstroke is a serious issue, but it can be prevented by staying aware of your dog’s behavior and following a few basic tips.
As you head out on your adventures or enjoy your backyard, keep your dog safe and cool with these tips from our vets!Read More »
Keeping your dog safe and happy during get-togethers over the summer is an important consideration which should not be overlooked.
Summer is here, and that means more time outdoors and being with family, friends, and our dogs!
When it comes to planning a summer party, dog safety may not be the first thing that comes to mind; it’s an important consideration nonetheless.
Most dog owners are familiar with the warnings about fireworks and summer thunderstorms, but there are a few precautions you can take to make sure these gatherings are safe and enjoyable for your pet, too.Read More »
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His health needs are provided by Tipp Vet who are excellent. In an emergency situation they immediately address my dogs needs. I’m thankful to the entire organization.
Today was my puppy's first day at Tipp to Tail for daycare. He goes to the Tipp City Veterinary Hospital for healthcare. When we arrived, Joy took excellent care of us. Joy answered all my questions and explained everything very clearly.
When I picked my puppy up , Haley brought him out and gave me a very detailed accounting of his day and how he did with his new human and canine friends.
It is clear that the staff here enjoys what they do and really care about their clients.
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My dogs love going whether for daycare or boarding. The staff here cares for them a great deal and you can tell when the dogs are racing to get inside! They came home after a day of boarding and haven’t moved since!