Country Care Pet Hospital
COVID-19 General Information Update For clients of Country Care Pet Hospital. We, like so many of you, are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) impact in our area. Now that there has been a confirmed case of the novel corona virus right here in Bayfield County, we want to share some information and links to help you and your pet stay safe as the situation unfolds, as well as to let
Posted: Tuesday Jan 19, 2021
Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (2 days ago) Country Care Pet Hospital Safety Measures During the COVID-19 Epidemic. First and foremost, we want our pet families to know that it is our intention to remain open and available as much as we are able during this time of uncertainty. We know that our furry family members can become ill or injured regardless of our other plans or distractions.
About – Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (5 days ago) Amy joined Country Care Pet Hospital in 2007. She has always had a love for animals and enjoys learning something new everyday. When Amy is not working she enjoys spending time with her family, tending to her flowers and gardens, walking and snowshoeing.
Pets Outside the Box – Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (6 months ago) •Hunters domesticated ferrets over 2000 years ago to assist them in rabbit hunting; the ferret would be released into one rabbit hole, and a rabbit would then emerge from a different hole with the ferret in hot pursuit. For the past 30 years, ferrets have been popular pets, now coming in 3rd place after dogs and cats in the pet popularity ...
Healthy Mouth? Healthy Pet! – Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (2 months ago) When your pet comes to Country Care Pet Hospital, one of the many aspects of its examination is the oral exam. We look for discoloration of teeth or gums, broken or missing teeth, lumps or bumps of the gums, cheeks, or tongue, tartar, tooth root exposure, bleeding, and odor.
Wellness – Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (5 days ago) Pet Wellness…how old is my pet, really? Many pet parents are surprised to learn that pets age at a much faster rate than people. In fact, the average dog is middle-aged by the age of four years old. Then, for every 6 months that go by on the calendar, that same dog ages the equivalent of 3.5 years. A lot can change in that space of time!
Nutrition – Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (2 months ago) Pet food companies have sold the public on the myth that our pets need to eat one thing everyday, forever, to maintain good health. We need to keep in mind that most pet foods are owned by global corperations like Nestle-Purina, Mars, and Proctor & Gamble.
Vaccination Programs – Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (1 months ago) Most agree that a pet’s age and lifestyle affect vaccine choices, but what about other factors? A customized vaccination program takes into account details that may be surprising such as age at weaning, breed and body size, pre-existing health conditions, previous vaccination history, and nutrition.
Laser Technology – Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (2 days ago) Country Care Pet Hospital offers state of the art laser technology, including laser surgery and laser therapy. The surgical laser has revolutionized many surgical procedures and has made possible many more. All of the procedures that would normally use a scalpel blade are instead performed with a laser scalpel here at Country Care Pet Hospital.
Dental Suite – Country Care Pet Hospital
Posted: (1 months ago) Dental Radiographic Film. This product is available in a variety of sizes. The size of the film chosen for each x-ray depends on the location of the tooth or teeth in question and the size of the pet. Interestingly, dental x-rays excel at showing other tiny areas that sometimes need radiographs, such as cat paws and joints, and dog toes and tails.