Reflections For A New Year: Animal Internal Medical and Speciality Service’s Top 10 Blogs of 2017

pancreatitis in petsAs we prepare to close out another spectacular year at Animal Internal Medicine and Specialty Services, we would like to take a moment to thank you! We are honored that you’ve trusted us with the care of your four-legged family members, and we are steadfast in our goal to continue to provide empathetic, supportive, and state-of-the-art medical services for all of our patients.

Part of our commitment to you includes making sure you have access to the information you need to make the best choices for your pet, and our weekly blogs are part of how we accomplish that mission. We hope you enjoy the top 10 blogs of 2017!


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Happy New Year! Resolutions for Pet Wellness in the Coming Months

Closing out the year and starting a new chapter can feel so inspiring. To be sure, there’s never a better time to tap into your motivation for change than when on the brink of of a new year. Your biggest and most constant supporter is, of course, your pet who will be along for the ride in 2018. A great way to reward them for their friendship? Resolutions for pet wellness in the new year!


When Good Pancreases Go Bad: Pancreatitis in Pets

pancreatitis in petsAs far as internal organs go, the pancreas is a pretty formidable foe. Sure, when it’s happy everything seems to be sunshine and rainbows… But make the pancreas mad, and the fun is over.

Pancreatitis in pets is a common, but not so welcome, diagnosis here at Animal Internal Medicine and Specialty Services. This condition can require extensive care and is one all pet owners should know by name.


Scaredy Cat? What You Can do About Feline Anxiety

feline anxietyDoes your kitty hide beneath the bed when company comes over? What happens when you prepare for a trip? Do they lay inside your suitcase as you pack? Does your cat react in kind when you’re tired, grumpy, stressed out, or upset?

All cats are different, but feline anxiety is a common experience. Sure, you can chalk it up to Fluffy’s personality or mood, but left entirely alone, your cat’s anxiety could turn into a full-fledged behavioral concern.