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At Englishtown Vet MD (and our mobile clinic Mobile Vet MD), we believe in offering quality, loving veterinary care for our clients and their pets. Part of the way we do this is by providing you with helpful information about pet ownership to make it easier to keep your pets healthy and happy. Here are our top blogs of 2023 to help you start the New Year on the right paw:

  1. Pet Safety: How to Perform CPR for Your Dog

CPR is an incredibly useful tool that can help you save a life. Did you know that it can also be used to help your dog if he or she is not breathing? This informative blog teaches you what you need to do in the unexpected situation until you can get the animal to a vet. In an emergency, even a few seconds can make a huge difference toward a positive outcome. 

  1. Eye Infections in Dogs and Cats

Even our furry friends are susceptible to uncomfortable eye infections. Paying attention to how your pet’s eyes look on a normal day can help you notice when something is off. Check out this blog to learn more about infections and other eye problems in dogs and cats and what to do about them. 

  1. Crossing the Rainbow Bridge: End-of-Life Care for Pets

The worst thing to experience as a pet owner is deciding when it’s time to help your beloved friend cross the rainbow bridge. As hard as it is, It can also be the most compassionate decision you make in your time together. This blog details our commitment to end-of-life care and helping pet owners through every stage of the difficult journey.

  1. The Importance of the Rabies Vaccination for Dogs and Cats

Rabies is a very common, but easily preventable disease. Vaccinating your dogs and cats against rabies can help keep them safe from this dangerous illness. Check out this blog to learn more about how the rabies vaccine protects your pets and the best way to ensure they stay safe throughout their lives.

  1. Symptoms of Bladder Infections in Dogs and How to Help

Bladder infections in dogs can present serious health issues. There are many factors that could cause this kind of infection, including urinary stones, weight issues, and holding in urine for too long. The best way to get your dog the necessary treatment is to notice an issue like this early. This blog helps you figure out how to spot a bladder infection and what to do about it if you determine there is one.

The team at Englishtown Vet MD is honored to continue to bring you compassionate veterinary care in 2024. Thank you for welcoming us with open arms. We can’t wait until the next time we see you and your pet!