Blog

  • A Word About ‘Covidoptions’

    Oct 24 2020

    There have been many new pets adopted during COVID.  You might be wondering if it is a good idea to add a new member to your family. Dr. Brandi Eskesen…

  • How a Healthy Mouth Can Change Your Pet’s Life

    Sep 27 2020

    Most all of you pet owners know that taking care of your pet’s teeth can make a difference. Just like in people, a healthy mouth requires regular home care, and…

  • Umbilical Hernia in a Kitten

    Aug 30 2020

    Sadie is one of the sweetest kittens you will find. When we first met her she fit inside a pocket and won everyone’s hearts. We are honoring her as our…

  • Could A Foreign Body Be Causing That Wound?

    Jul 30 2020

    Our Pet of the Month for July is a special cat named Rey. She is a lovely 5-year-old Torbie with a history of inhalant allergies affecting her skin. She gets…

  • Arthritis Doesn’t Have to Slow Your Older Dog Down

    Jun 29 2020

    Our pet of the month for June is Tut. Tut has always been a high energy dog that plays hard. As he aged, his owners noticed that he seemed sore…

  • What Happens When Baby Teeth Go Astray?

    May 30 2020

    Max is a sweet, loving Goldendoodle puppy. He was brought to Hawthorne Hills Veterinary Hospital for his puppy vaccines and first checkup. During his oral exam it was found that…

  • COVID-19 and Our Pets

    Apr 21 2020

    COVID-19 is a viral disease in humans that is caused by a coronavirus call SARS-CoV-2. This novel virus is thought to have originated in an animal and jumped to humans.…

  • Living With Lymphoma: A Treatable Cancer

    Mar 25 2020

    For March we have a very special pet of the month, Dr. Nevill’s dog Squire. She met and adopted him her second year of veterinary school at the University of…

  • When Young Dogs Don’t Feel Right – Could it be Addison’s Disease?

    Feb 22 2020

    Poppy is a spunky lovable young Springer Spaniel dog who had a very normal puppyhood and was seen regularly for her vaccinations, her spay surgery and some visits in between…

  • Elvis: The Case of the Missing Teeth

    Jan 22 2020

    Puppies’ adult teeth start erupting at 3 months of age and are completely erupted by 6 months. Occasionally, this process can go wrong. This is why, it is extremely important…