15 Tips for Pet Owners to Help Prevent Holiday Catastrophes

Christmas is a wonderful time to gather with friends and family and create cherished memories. Naturally, you want to include your furry family members, but for them, the holiday season can be alarming and somewhat dangerous. As we bring in a tree, decorate with flashing lights, welcome a multitude of guests, cook delicious feasts, and [...]

My boots are made for walking

I cannot speak for all my furry friends out there, but I love the cold!  There is nothing better than a cold wind blowing on my face.  Well, at least if it isn’t like -10 out there, I mean I have my limits too.  What I mean to say is, your pets get cold just [...]

Baggage checked?

  A lot of you travel over the holidays, and unfortunately, many of us do not get to go with you. Pets, though loved, cannot always go where the rest of the family is going. At those times Liberty Veterinary Hospital wants to let you know your pets are safe with them. They have friendly [...]

Keep your pet safe this holiday season.

Here we go again Fa la la la another holiday is on the way, and Liberty Veterinary Hospital wants all of you to have a safe and happy holiday. I hope you remember the tips from last month on food safety, candle hazards, and stress of company on your pets. They will come in handy [...]

Was your Thanksgiving a happy one?

Well I am glad to be home! I love visiting Grammy’s house, but with all those people around it’s a little too much. How did your Thanksgiving go? Smoothly I hope, and hopefully no emergency calls to Liberty Veterinary Hospital for sick pets. When there are no pets that have experienced loss of appetite or [...]

Leftovers, candles, and company, oh my!

Only a few more days until turkey time!  I hope I get a few bites this year, but my mom is pretty good about not feeding me all the really good stuff.  She reads this blog on libertyvet.net so she knows all about the dangers of turkey skin and rich foods.  She is even careful [...]

Good food gone wrong

As we get closer to the holidays, we all know there is nothing better than moist turkey, mashed potatoes, buttery rolls, and sweet pumpkin pie. Or is that just me? Anyway, the point is whatever food you fancy, your pet will too, but it is not be wise to let them have it. Liberty Veterinary [...]

As the holidays approach, do you travel with or without your pet?

Happy turkey month! It’s the beginning of two of the busiest months for you humans. Just don’t forget about your furry friends! If you’re traveling for the holidays make sure to plan ahead for your pets. If they are lucky enough to go with you, be sure they are current on their vaccines and that [...]

Let’s Unscramble the Facts

Thanks for joining me again this week. I want to review some of the things you can do to keep your cat happy and healthy. Just unscramble the underlined words. Good luck! Cats hide when they are feeling desserts, trentahed, or are in apni. Behaviors to watch out for are changes in their trainuion, sleeping [...]

At Home Care for Your Furry Friend

Ok, we’ve talked about preventative care, what about some things you can do at home? Cats need to eat a healthy diet and get exercise. If you’re not sure what type of food to get or how much you should be feeding your cat, give the fine folks at Liberty Veterinary Hospital a call. Cats [...]