Shh! Supporting Your Noise-Averse Pet

If you dread the upcoming fireworks season because your pet becomes so fearful, you are not alone. The loud sounds of explosions in the sky can make any pet quiver with fear, but for noise-averse pets, July Fourth can be downright miserable. Unfortunately, pets with true noise aversion don’t suffer only one night each year— [...]

The Puppy Problem-Solver Tool Kit

Many households welcome a new puppy during the spring and summer, and if your home will be hosting a new furry bundle of joy, let Liberty Veterinary Hospital help you prepare. Here is everything you’ll need to build a puppy problem-solver tool kit, to prevent the most common unwanted behaviors. Essential items for puppy problem [...]

Why is My Veterinarian So Busy?

If your pet needed veterinary care in the last several months, you likely were surprised at how long you had to wait to get an appointment. Many factors are contributing to the busy schedules and increased wait times seen at veterinary practices across the country. Our team at Liberty Veterinary Hospital wants to help you [...]

Pack Your Bags: Prepping Your Pet for Traveling or Boarding

The busy holiday season is approaching, which means plenty of travel plans and family accommodations will be necessary. Whether you’re heading across the country to visit friends or family, or overloading your own home with guests, travel plans must be made well in advance to minimize stress and potential pitfalls. If you plan on traveling [...]

7 Facts You Need to Know About COVID-19 and Pets

In light of the current uncertain situation, you likely question whether your pet can be affected by COVID-19, if you should care for her if you become sick, and if she can carry the virus from one person to another. Although information is everywhere you turn, not everything you read is factual, especially on social [...]

More Toxic Awareness

Did you know that some of the most common toxic substances to be ingested by pets are actually human or pet medications? The caffeine pills you leave in your gym bag may seem harmless enough, but if your new puppy finds them, you might have a big problem on your hands. Our dogs and cats [...]

Why vaccinate?

Hello friends and clients. This is your receptionist Beth, back again this week to talk about Liberty Veterinary Hospital’s Puppy and Kitten Wellness Plans. Why vaccinate? Many serious pet diseases can be prevented by vaccinating. Even if your new pet is always kept indoors, they can still be exposed to viruses in the air or [...]

What’s The Big Deal?

Everyone else at home took a moment to speak with you all, so I guess I will too. My name is Karl and I don’t see what the big deal is with obesity and activity and measured feedings. Food goes in the bowl, I go to the bowl, and the food goes in my belly. [...]

Maintaining Proper Weight As We Age

Cats, dogs, even humans, lend me your ears. Damien here and I’m ready to give you the skinny on maintaining proper weight as we age. I don’t know about the rest of you, but with each passing year I find myself spending more time napping in sunbeams and less time chasing my siblings and harassing [...]

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