Recently, I was gifted some dog supplies by a family friend. She included some dog puzzle toys, which I had never tried with my dogs before, and I decided to see what the dogs thought of them. Turns out, the dogs LOVED them! They have had a great time rolling their new treat dispensing ball […]
Puppies, Puppies and Puppies!
After almost one year in the clinic doing different rotations, finally, it’s the time for community practice which is the school version of a general practice. I can finally say I saw my very first puppy, who was so fresh and healthy and came in for vaccination! Because we see so many puppies and kittens on […]
The Fear Free Way
Fear Free practice is a concept that was introduced to us as first-year veterinary students. During our animal behavior course, we were taught about the importance of handling animals in a way that reduces anxiety and supports the human-animal bond. With veterinary visits on the decline, this practice is now more important than ever. The […]