4 Tips to Ensure a Successful Pet Adoption

Adopting a pet entails more than providing food, water, and shelter. A pet is a big responsibility, and careful consideration and planning is required before you bring home a new pet. Our team at Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital wants to help by providing tips to successfully adopt a new pet. #1: Ensure you are ready to adopt a pet [...]

Dog-Gone Weird Behaviors: Why Does Your Dog Do That?

Dogs are weird creatures, although they’re not quite as strange as cats—sorry, cat lovers, but you know it’s true! Whether your dog is racing across the carpet on their butt, rolling in a questionable substance, or pretending they’re a cow as they graze on grass, sometimes you don’t understand your furry pal. But, they have [...]

Rabies: Is Your Pet Safe?

Due to ever-increasing advancements in medical technology and education, rabies is almost unheard of in the U.S. Only two or three humans fall victim to this disease each year, and there are roughly 7,000 animal cases annually. Most pet owners understand the importance of vaccinating their pets against rabies, thus wiping it almost completely out [...]

Protecting Those Pearly Whites: Dental Care for Your Pet

Prevention is the best medicine when it comes to your pet’s teeth. Staying on top of routine dental care and oral hygiene is the easiest way to prevent loose teeth, tartar buildup, gingivitis, or necessary extractions. How periodontal disease forms in your pet Periodontal disease starts with a bacterial film coating the teeth, causing plaque [...]

Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital Offers a New Way to Help Animals in Need

Twin Maples has enrolled in the AVMF Veterinary Care Charitable Fund, a program created by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) to support veterinarians in offering low or no-cost services to clients facing extraordinary hardships, as well as a way to support animals rescued from abuse and neglect. Twin Maples donates considerable time and money each year [...]

What You Need to Know About Rodenticide Toxicity

Fall is finally here. The weather is cooler and soon enough winter will be here. Not only will we be spending more time indoors, but many rodents like to spend more time in buildings as well, which could mean setting up shop in your garages or homes. Since rodents are often destructive and can spread [...]

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