When you normally think of weather safety with your pets, you may naturally think of leaving animals in hot cars during summer. But did you know that cold weather also poses a serious threat to your animal's wellbeing?
Deck the halls with boughs of holly … but be sure it’s out of reach of your furry friends! It’s easy to get swept up in the festivities of the season, but don’t forget that added fun means added risks for your pets.
Gobble Gobble. Our furry friends would also love to partake in the feast and gobble up some food, but food-related injuries and illnesses are the main cause of pet emergencies over this holiday weekend. Learn what is most harmful and the best way to keep your pets healthy.
Fright night might be fun for humans, but it can be frightfully scary—and even dangerous—for pets. Veterinarians at DoveLewis want to remind pet owners to be mindful of the various ways Halloween can pose a threat to animals.
Portland summers bring beautiful clear skies, hot outdoor fun, and a myriad of ways to enjoy the sunshine with your furry family members. Find out about a few additional hazards that come with the summer season.
Every year on Independence Day, many families experience pet emergencies. The celebration and festivities can cause several hazards to pets that can not only be distressing to them, but also harmful. Loud noises from exploding fireworks, unfamiliar guests, as well as fire hazards and holiday food can result in stress and injury to pets.
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Like other businesses, COVID-19 has impacted our staffing. There may be times we can’t treat new patients. Call503-228-7281 x2 to have your pet evaluated and understand your options. Call for Phone Evaluation