Cognitive Dysfunction in Older Pets

Cognitive Dysfunction in Older Pets

Senior pets may experience mental decline, such as cognitive dysfunction. With early intervention, it is possible to help keep their minds sharp through their golden years.  Here are the signs of cognitive dysfunction in pets: Activity — One change in pets that is...
Feeding Your Pet Safely During Your Barbecue

Feeding Your Pet Safely During Your Barbecue

Does your furry friend want a taste of what’s on the grill? It may be tempting to feed them barbecue scraps, but many typical barbecue foods are not suitable for pets, even as a treat. Try giving them these safe options instead. Frozen treats — If you’re...
What Cat Owners Should Know About Hairballs

What Cat Owners Should Know About Hairballs

Cat owners can tell you that hairballs are part of having a feline companion, but excessive hacking of hairballs is not normal and could be a sign of a health issue. Here’s what you need to know.  Small piles of vomit mixed with fur are often mistaken for...
3 Things to Know About COVID-19 and Pets

3 Things to Know About COVID-19 and Pets

The COVID-19 crisis has naturally brought up concerns about caring for pets. We at FMA Animal Hospital want to offer these three things to help you and your pet stay safe. #1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 information While you can turn to Facebook...