Tag Archives: Canines
We’re excited to announce the Belle Mead Animal Hospital team will once again participate in the Somerset Patriots “Bark in the Park Night” on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. Bring your leashed dog, family, and friends for a fun evening at
What are Fleas? Fleas are tiny, wingless, jumping insects that feed on the blood of your pets and your family. The year has proven to be one of the worst flea seasons we have seen in over 20 years. All
Infrared light has extraordinary healing properties, and the clinical effectiveness of laser therapy has been well documented through numerous studies. Its effect is photochemical rather than thermal, as in surgical lasers. Class IV lasers, such as the K-laser which is
We like to share stories of our patients whenever we can, because sometimes their stories are also your stories. And if we see a miraculous outcome, all the more reason to share! Sharing gives hope to many others with pets
Get ready for another fun night out with the Belle Mead Animal Hospital team! We’ll be participating at the Somerset Patriots “Bark in the Park Night” on Tuesday, July 14, 2015. We invite you to come to TD Bank Ballpark,
On Tuesday, May 19, 2015, Cadettes from Girl Scout Troop 61108, Montgomery, visited Belle Mead Animal Hospital to deliver handmade dog beds. Their goal was to make and provide dog beds for animals who are homeless, sick or hurting.
We often advise pet parents that pets are silent sufferers. The reason for that is because pets cannot advocate for themselves. Therefore, pets rely on their owners and veterinarians to properly advocate for them. Although most pet parents know their
Congratulations to Maci who recently passed the American Kennel Club’s “Canine Good Citizen” test! Maci has been a patient at Belle Mead Animal Hospital for many years now. Maci’s mom has been quite diligent in seeing that Maci was well
In botany, an awn is either a hair-like or bristle-like appendage structure. Why should pet parents be concerned about plant awns? Plant awns can easily become tangled in a dog’s fur simply during a walk outside in a grassy area.
Physical rehabilitation is the practice of restoring normal function to the body through a variety of modalities while managing any pain and discomfort. Depending on the pet’s diagnosis, the modalities offered may include physical manipulation and massage, therapeutic exercises and