Trick or Treat Tricks for Your Pet on Halloween

Written by Stephanie C.

While we all love to see our furry children dressed up for Halloween, keep in mind that they may not like the holiday.  Read more…

New Year’s Resolution for Your Pet

Written by Stephanie C.

It’s that time of year when we all decide to try and do something just a little better than last year. This year, maybe try and do something for your pets. Here’s a list of ideas of new resolutions that you could implement in 2017: Read more…

How to prepare for Hurricane Matthew

Written by Stephanie C.

Here in sunny South Florida we have plenty of opportunities to be in the way of a hurricane. With Matthew coming upon us, we have to decide how we will prepare. We know too well that weather is highly unpredictable and can change direction at any time.   Read more…

National Animal Poison Prevention week

Written by Stephanie C.

We all know that dogs and cats can be super nosey around the house when you’re not looking. A lot of common household items are extremely poisonous to your pet including cleaning supplies, medications, indoor plants and even human food.

While we can’t list every single item, there are more common things that cause toxicity. Read more…

What is the significance of Pet Dental Month?

Written by Tricia H.

85% of adult pets have dental disease. If left untreated, dental disease can lead to pain, tooth loss and chronic infection for the pet. As dental disease continuously progresses, it can lead to more serious health issues including damage of the heart, liver and kidneys.  Read more…

Meet Archie

Written by Stephanie C. & Edited by Dr. Tomasino

Meet Archie! After moving back to Florida, Archie presented to TLC Animal Hospital for continued care of a previously removed tail mass. Read more…

How to read a dog food label…

Written by Stephanie C.

There are so many types of dog foods out there, how do you know which one is right for your pet? Just the basics of learning how to read a food label, will help you make your decision. Read more…

Flea protection should be year round

Written by Stephanie C.

It’s winter, except here in good ‘ol South Florida. There is a myth going around that domesticated pets don’t need to use flea prevention during the winter months because the fleas can’t survive in the cold. Read more…

Keeping Your Pet Safe During the Holiday Season

Written by Stephanie C.

The holiday season is sneaking upon us faster than we all think. This season can cause havoc on our pets combining stress with diet change and other odd factors.  Read more…

Beware of Artificial Sweeteners

Written by Stephanie C.

Xylitol, commonly used as a substitute sweetener, is now being used in a variety of products that we usually give our dogs. Beware of peanut butter, Jell-O and gummie bears. Read more…

Sea Turtle Friends at TLC Animal Hospital

Written by Stephanie C.

Meet Coleen, a sea turtle who has become a frequent friend at TLC for laser therapy. Read more…

Ten “Cool” Tips That Will Help Keep Your Furry Loved Ones Safe This Summer

Written by Victoria Tomasino, DVM

With the temperatures continuing to rise this summer, it is important for you to take note of some helpful tips that may help to keep your animals safe this summer. Read more…