Excellent Pet Dental Health Is Something to Smile About

The health of your pet’s teeth is directly related to overall physical health, from the heart to the kidneys to the liver. Yet, pet dental health is relegated to back burner so many times. At Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital, we are committed to your pet’s dental care, and believe it is a cornerstone of good health and longevity.

In order to help support your pet’s oral hygiene and health, we are here to explain how great your pet will feel when you take care of that beautiful (goofy) smile.

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Exercise Your Pet!

A man running with his dog on a city sidewalk

It’s time to walk the dog… Again. But it seems as if your feet are getting tired of the same path every day and that your dog is definitely getting bored with endlessly sniffing the same patch of grass. So you wonder – is there a better way to exercise you pet?

There is! In fact, there is a growing consensus that there are dozens of ways to exercise your pet aside from the daily walk. Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital has some ideas for ways to have fun with your pet while upping your physical conditioning game as well. 

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The Fab Five: Conrad-Weiser Animal Hospital’s Top 5 Pet Care Blogs of 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital is looking back to reflect on the year we shared with you, our patients and clients. We feel fortunate to have shared great times with you – from new pets, to healthy results, to recoveries and more. We shared a few tears with you, too, and we’re grateful for those as well. Ultimately, we love being a part of the lives of Berks county pets.

Part of looking back is reviewing our most popular posts on our monthly pet care blog. Writing and publishing this educational tool for you is so rewarding, as we get to share fun topics as well as information you might not know about. So, drumroll, please, for Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital’s top 5 pet care blogs of 2018.

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More than Just an Itch: What You Can do About Allergies in Pets

Allergies in pets can be an itchy business and should be looked at by a veterinarianFor those who suffer from seasonal, environmental, or food allergies, we know how troubling the symptoms can be. Whether it’s watery eyes, a runny nose, or intestinal distress, allergies in any form are no fun, and they can even threaten our health.

Pets can also suffer from allergies, which cause just as much misery for them as they do for us. Because the symptoms of allergies in pets tend to be quite different from what humans experience, they often go undetected. Learning how to recognize the signs of allergies in pets and knowing what to do are the first steps you can take to make your furry family member feel better.

Know the Signs

Allergies in pets most commonly manifest as skin issues. If your pet is suffering from an allergy, you may notice some of the following signs: Continue…