Dog Care

  • Do Pets Get Toothache?

    I hear the word toothache and I flinch.   I actually can feel it.   How about you? If so you are not alone  (there is actually an official)  National Toothache Day I don’t know about you, but generally I don’t really look forward to seeing the dentist (hey, he is a really nice guy for […]

  • Feeding Dog Treats Vet Blog

    Feeding treats

    We’ve all done it—give in to those sad puppy eyes—at one time or another. Feeding our dogs scraps from the table not only demonstrates our lack of self control, it can be harmful to our dog’s health. How do you refuse your dog that little piece of bacon that fell off your BLT? You may […]

  • Thunderstorm Phobia Dogs Vet Blog

    Thunderstorm phobia

    Thunderstorm phobia or anxiety in dogs is a fairly common and very real problem for many dogs. Dogs with Thunderstorm phobia become extremely frantic and overwhelmed with fear during storms. Astraphobia is the technical term for this: the fear of thunder and lightning. Owners who see their dogs experiencing this fear usually feel helpless and […]

  • Stem Cells

    Stem Cell Therapy

    There is an exciting new venture at Paws & Claws Vet Clinic, we now offer stem cell treatment for dogs with osteoarthritis, damaged ligaments and fractures. To read more about this amazing new treatment, click here. Still wanting more information? Give your team at Paws & Claws a call, we are always more than happy […]

  • Dog Worm Worries Vet Blog

    Worm Worries

    Having just had four beautiful West Highland White pups born via caesarian section, Leslie was rapt. Years had been spent planning for this, and truly she would have been happy with just one pup. So as you can imagine, four to pick from was heaven. However, a week later that all changed – one pup (Carlos) became […]