• Oct 05 2017

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    Has Your Dog had It’s Flu Shot?

    Canine Influenza has raised it’s evil head in the Southern States, especially Florida, so snow birds traveling south this winter, please read. Canine influenza or dog flu is a highly…

  • May 02 2017

    Ticks are Disgusting – Why not prevent?

    Every year the staff at Pet Authority Animal Hospital in Waterford recommends Tick prevention to all pets. Every year clients hesitate to use prevention since they don’t believe their yards…

  • Feb 16 2017

    Feline Pancreatitis – the hidden disease

    As cats age metabolic changes occur. The top 6 problems cats endure as they age is renal failure, irritated bowel disease, pancreatitis, hyperthyroidism, diabetes and lymphoma.  Any one of these…

  • Feb 09 2017

    Dental Disease is Harmful to Pets

    Why is Dental Care so important?  Like humans proper care of our pet’s mouth is essential to their overall health. Tooth pain from loose teeth, cavities, exposed dentin (cracked or…

  • Jan 19 2017

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    A Day at the Veterinary Hospital – Behind the scenes

    A slow day at Pet Authority Animal Hospital in Waterford is a good day to catch up with filing patient charts, introducing new staff members and performing patient x-rays.

  • Aug 16 2016

    Best Food for Your Pet – Transparent Nutrition

    Do you ever wonder what is actually in your pet’s food? Contrary to popular belief, it is not always the “first four” ingredients listed that make up the portion of…

  • Jul 12 2016

    Probiotics- Healthy Gut

    Pets like their owners may suffer from an unhealthy gut.  Their stomach and intestinal tract may become inflamed from chronic irritants, such as reaction to foods, medications and internal parasites….

  • Mar 22 2016

    Preparing your cat for a new baby

      Most cats will benefit from preparation before a new baby’s arrival, but those nervous, skittish or needy cats will require extra time and consideration.  Cats are creatures of habit…

  • Mar 03 2016

    Lead toxicity vs. Pets

    As our state tries to deal with the human health issues caused by high levels of lead in the Flint and other communities drinking water, veterinarians must become conscience about…

  • Dec 12 2015

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    How to Save Your Holiday Trees and Decorations from Pets

    As most cats that are allowed outdoors will attest, trees are for climbing. So, if you simply bring a tree indoors, well, that’s for climbing too! And if cats don’t…