Dogs and cats react to fireworks as individuals. Some aren’t upset by the explosions, and others get hurt by panicking and jumping through closed windows or bolting through doors to get away from the terrifying noise and lights.
Road trips mean making sure your pet is secured safely. Depending on where your pet will be riding, a travel crate or seatbelt harness is the best way to go. If you opt for a crate, the Center for Pet Safety recommends that crates be attached to vehicle walls. Make sure your pet has ID inside and … Read moreHitting the Road with Your Best Bud? We Can Help!
According to Science, the magazine put out by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, cats and ferrets have shown a particular susceptibility to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. In the case of ferrets, the virus has tended to impact their upper respiratory tract but does not appear to be easily transmissible between individual … Read moreIf You’re Feeling Sick, Socially Distance from Your Pets
Both of our hospital locations have been and are currently OPEN to provide veterinary services for the pets in our community. We continue to follow CDC and Jefferson County recommendations and therefore the wearing of masks is optional on our premises. Patient Appointment Updates: We are now allowing our clients the option; to accompany their pet into our hospital for their doctor’s visit or to … Read moreAn Update On Our COVID-19 Policies and Procedures
February is National Pet Dental Health Month and at Chimacum Valley Veterinary Hospital and Pet Townsend Veterinary Clinic, we’re marking this important occasion by shining a light on your pet’s pearly – or not so pearly – whites. There’s a reason the veterinary community devotes an entire month to pet dental health. Your pet’s teeth … Read moreFebruary is National Dental Health Month