How to have a pet friendly Valentine’s Day

How to Have a Pet Friendly Valentine’s Day

Romance lovers, protect your pets! Here are some typical Valentine’s Day gift and celebration ideas that should come with a warning for your furry friends. Chocolate The most common Valentine’s Day gift is chocolate. Unfortunately, it is not a gift suitable for your furry friends. If ingested, your pet can experience vomiting, diarrhea,

Teaching children to play safely with pets

How to Let Kids & Pets Play Safely Together

Letting children and pets play together can be a little nerve-wracking, especially if both parties are younger. Safety is the top priority for both the child and pet. Traditionally, it is more common for an animal to accidentally harm a child. However, kids can hurt pets too. They can easily antagonize a pet without knowing,

Keeping Your Pet Calm for Their Vet Appointment

We are here to help take the “scaredy” out of scaredy-cat! Many pets often get nervous when in the car and headed to the vet. This experience can be extremely traumatizing for your pet and can lead to ongoing anxiety whenever they get into your car. But do not fear! There are several things you,

Checklist for bringing a new pet home

Tips for Bringing Home a New Pet

Before bringing a new pet into your home, it is important to make sure that it is the right decision for you and your family. Pets require significant care and preparation which is vital to ensuring an easy transition into your home. Note, it can take days, weeks, or even months for your pet to

Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe During the Holidays

Pet Pawliday Safety Tips

Tis the season! Before you start breaking out the tree and filling your belly with eggnog, remember to be conscientious of your four-legged friends. It’s easy to make sure your pets have a wonderful holiday season, but it’s just as easy for things to go sour during the chaotic time of year. These helpful pawliday

get the most out of your vet visit

Getting the Most Out of Your Veterinary Visit

Due to the massive increase of more pets finding their fur-ever homes due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, there is a nationwide shortage of vets and their availability. What does this mean for you as a pet owner? It means every vet visit counts! Here at East Roswell Vet Hospital in Roswell, GA we are dedicated

pet halloween safety tips

Pet Halloween Safety Tips

No Houdini’s Here Halloween brings a spell of fun and visitors to your home. Know that repeatedly opening doors for trick-or-treaters can increase the chances of your pet running out. If your pet likes to run out or is not friendly to other people, consider crating or keeping them in a secure area to

tips for traveling with pet dog or cat

Tips for Pets Traveling by Car or Plane

Many pet owners consider their furry friend’s family and include them in their travel plans, whether it be a quick road trip or a flight to a fun destination. While not all pets enjoy traveling and leaving their home, we have put together some tips and tricks that should make traveling with your pet more

health benefits to owning a pet

6 Ways Owning a Pet Is Good For Your Health

Not only does owning a pet prove to decrease levels of depression and anxiety, but it has also shown major health benefits such as decreasing blood pressure, increasing immune systems, and decreasing chances of a stroke or heart attack. Pets Can Reduce Your Stress There are

pet microchipping at east roswell vet hospital in georgia

Should You Get Your Pet Microchipped?

According to Home Again, one in three pets in the United States will become lost at some point during their lifetime. You may think this will never happen to your family, but we encourage you to take the necessary, proactive steps to ensure your pets safety. One of the most effective solutions is microchipping your