It's that time of year again!
Kittens are everywhere!
If you have found a kitten , please bring it in for a feline leukemia/ FIV test before exposing it to your cat!
The test only takes 3 drops of blood and answer is available in 10 minutes. For the month of July, we will deduct $5 off the regular cost.
MEDICAL CAUSES OF AGGRESSION IN DOGS
Nicholas Dodman, BVMS, DACVA, DACVB
There is not much doubt that canine aggression, however difficult to tolerate, is almost always either a) a normal behavior (ethologically appropriate) or b) a fundamentally normal behavior that has been enhanced or deviated by conditioning. Occasionally though, altered physiology or pathological change underlie the expression of aggression. Click Here To Read More