Preparing Your Pups For A New (Less Furry) Baby

Wed, 02 July 2014 by Dr. Fincher

As a mother of three, I am well acquainted with that wonderful feeling that is discovering that you’re going to be a mom (or dad) for the first time. I am also intimately familiar with the feeling of utter panic that sets in along the way. For me, my animals’ adjustment to the new baby

A 2009 survey by the Travel Industry Association of America found that more than 14% of U.S. adults had traveled with their pets in the previous three years (dogs being the most common travel companions, comprising 78% of pet travelers). The Hospitality industry quickly caught on to this trend, as evidenced by the pet-friendly attractions

How do I know if my dog has an ear problem?

Fri, 15 July 2011 by Dr. Fincher

Often called ‘OTITIS’ ‘TAKE A WHIFF’–a sour smell isoften the first indication of Otitis.  Also, shaking and scratching at the ears with associated redness. Not sure?  email us at centralanimalhospital@gmail.com with your questions  or make an appointment with us. The general term otitis refers to inflammation of the ear. The ear consists of three regions:

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