We put a new floor in the spa, and it looks awesome. We are also now offering daycare on Tuesday as well as M, W, F.
We also have a new trainer that leases the spa. Her name is Caryn Self-Sullivan, The Positive Quarter. She utilizes clicker
training and also does some behavioral modification.
Spring and fall are the most common times for allergy problems in both pets and their owners. The most common symptom we see in dogs
and cats from allergies is itching. Scratching at the ears and flanks, licking the feet and rubbing the face and head can all be the result of
allergies. Other symptoms pets often exhibit are red, runny eyes and nose and even vomiting and diarrhea. Just like people, pets can be
allergic to food, pollen, dust mites, or molds. Pets are also frequently allergic to fleas. Often pets are allergic to multiple things and when the
total level of allergens gets high enough, they start having problems. Treating allergies is complex and often frustrating. Pets often develop
skin infections secondary to scratching and licking, making them even more itchy. Treating allergies in pets involves not only treating the
secondary infection, but keeping the symptoms at bay.
Allergies in pets are very frustrating and can make life difficult for pets and owners. There are many ways to address allergies in pets. The
best course of action is to discuss your pet's problems with your veterinarian, follow their recommendations and follow up so that they can
determine what is working best for your pet. Working together, we can often get these problems under control and allow your pet to return to
the level of comfort they deserve.