Here at SeaPort Vet, it’s not unusual for clients or passers-by to bring in injured wildlife. We are able to save or place many of those animals with local rehabilitators. It’s a team effort helping with these critters, so knowing how to help is important. Recommendations regarding the handling of injured wildlife vary depending on … Read moreWhat to do when you find an injured bird or mammal
With all the pet foods on the market, it can be difficult to know which one to feed your critters. There are brand, flavor and ingredient considerations, but then there’s your pet’s response to what you’re feeding. Ultimately, pets respond differently to different commercial diets, and some actually do best on more basic pet foods. … Read moreAn Important Tip When Reading Pet Food Labels
If you’ve been to our hospital, you’ve undoubtedly met Erin. She’s been a vet tech for well over a decade, and she hates this picture, not to mention the fact that I’m blogging about her! (That’s her sweet dog Nakoma next to her.) That notwithstanding, Erin has been charged with the task of keeping our … Read moreOur secret weapon against rising pharmacy costs . . .