Bulldog licking an ice cream cone and wearing a hat to stay cool in the summer

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 »

two dogs playing in grass; keeping dogs safe during summer parties

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 »

pit bull dog in a life jacket in a red canoe on a calm lake

As summer approaches, we all look forward to spending more time outside with our pups! Many dog owners immediately head to the nearest body of water for some R&R on the lake or by the pool. Most dogs love water and are natural swimmers. However, there are some breeds which are a little less graceful than others when it comes to the doggy paddle. Having fun with your pet is super important but so is safety. It may seem a little silly to purchase a life-jacket for your dog, but they come in handy for other reasons, too.Read More »

Cute Funny Dog Waiting For Food At Dining Table Indoors; awaiting fruits and veggies

Whether your pup is deserving of a special treat or is just a professional crumb picker-upper, it’s not uncommon for a dog to encounter tasty morsels of human food; however, there are foods – even common fruits and vegetables – that your dog should definitely avoid.

Keeping your dog on a dog-food-only diet can prevent a lot of issues and pesky behaviors.

Dogs who are fed from scraps from the table are at higher risk of becoming overweight and bad habits. Typically, dogs who are fed from the table have a strong preference for foods humans enjoy. These behaviors may result in your dog begging, snapping, or showing other aggressive traits when food is around. If you have small children in the house, we strongly recommend avoiding feeding human food to dogs.

Aside from the behavioral issues which might be associated with feeding dogs from the table, most human foods are perfectly safe for dogs but others can pose a serious health risk.Read More »

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Shellie DiPietro
Shellie DiPietro
posted 3 days ago

I had a Bearded Dragon who was having trouble breathing and it was Saturday around 1:30 They were able to take my emergency in a half hour. Dr Joel sat with me and went over my Bearded Dragon's whole background and relayed new info I did not know. My dragon got oxygen and seems to be doing better. I feel if they didn't get me in that day my baby would not have made it. Thank You so much! Even tho it is 35 minutes away I may just switch to this vet because it is well worth the drive!

Ciara Mislan
Ciara Mislan
posted 4 weeks ago

Dr. Joel is a fantastic vet. I was first introduced to him when he was the only vet I could find to treat my very, very sick dragon. Unfortunately, she didn't make it.

I adopted a new baby dragon and went to see him again. He was absolutely amazing. He went so far as to show me products he recommends on Amazon. He spent a significant amount of time answering my dozens of questions and put me at ease.

If you have a bearded dragon, I highly recommend you see Dr. Joel. He knows what he is doing. My dragons will never see another vet.

Eileen Watson
Eileen Watson
posted 2 months ago

I’m very comfortable leaving my dog at the daycare facility. The people are very caring and professional. My dog is so happy when he gets there that he can’t wait to get out the car which it turns gives me a sense of relief.
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.

Kayla Wrasman
Kayla Wrasman
posted 2 months ago

Our dogs love going and they saved our older dog's life when she had an allergic reaction 💕

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