Category Archives: General Health

22 Pet Safety, Health and Behaviour Tips to ring in 2022

22 Pet Safety, Health and Behaviour Tips to ring in 2022

Happy New Year for 2021/ 2022. I personally want to wish everyone a great new year and happy holidays from everyone at Chagrin Falls Veterinary Center & Pet Clinic and Dr. Carol’s Pet Supplements. Holidays promise joy and celebration, but the festivities can also lead to stress and anxiety for people and pets. It is important to remember […]

Holidays Survival Guide for Furry Friends

Holidays Survival Guide for Furry Friends

Helpful Pet Tips for avoiding the vet’s office during the holidays The Holidays are upon us! This means tasty treats, special decorations and, undoubtedly, a trip to the vet’s office. This time of year is usually just as stressful for our pets as it is for us. Our furry little family members have the tendency […]

4th of July Pet Safety Tips

4th of July

Make Your Pet’s Celebration Risk Free! Whether you’re traveling or enjoying the festivities in your own backyard boning up on your pet Independence Day safety tips helps to ensure the celebration is safe and fun filled for you, Fido and Fluffy. Be sure your pets have well-fitting collars with up to date ID tags just […]

Pets Can’t Sweat – Pet Heat Stroke is No Joke

Pets Can’t Sweat – Pet Heat Stroke is No Joke

Summer may not have officially arrived, but outdoor temperatures have been soaring all across the country. Many well-meaning pet owners taking their pooches outside to enjoy nice long walks are noticing their dogs are reluctant to tag along. This veterinarian and author have had several clients comment on their dog’s lack of energy, pep and […]

Avoiding a Pet Fireworks Fiasco for Dogs & Cats

Avoiding a Pet Firework Fiasco for Dogs & Cats

6 Pet Safety Tips to help ensure that your canines and felines enjoys the 4th of July festivities as much as you do: More pets go missing on the Fourth of July than any other time of the year. Pets and loud noises are not a winning combination. Holistic veterinarian and author, Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM has compiled […]

Pets and the COVID-19 – The Coronavirus Pandemic

Pets and the COVID-19 - Coronavirus Pandemic

What are pet owners’ most important considerations to keep their pets safe from the Coronavirus pandemic and how to stay busy with pets and live while under quarantine? The current coronavirus pandemic has alarmed pet owners worldwide. Experts continue to believe that pets, including dogs and cats, are not able to become infected nor are […]

News Flash: Testing Pets for The NEW Covid-19 Virus

Testing Pets for The NEW Covid-19 Virus

Pet owners concerned about whether or not their dog may have contracted COVID-19 can now get answers. Assuming you have a logical reason to back up your claim, call your veterinarian and ask for your dog to be tested.

Dr. Carol – Coronavirus News Flash to our Patients

Dr. Carol - Coronavirus News Flash to our Patients

A quick email to update you on the current protocol we have adopted in the face of the coronavirus concerns that are shared by all. Dr. Carol wants to ensure you that she is taking steps to be extra vigilant all throughout our Veterinary Clinic and has put many safeguards in place to protect our pet patient parents, and our staff.

Get a Jump on Spring Training with your Dog

Get a Jump on Spring Training with your Dog

Humans aren’t the only ones who tend to pack on a few extra pounds during the winter months. Our pets are susceptible to some unwanted weight gain as well. Being just ten percent overweight reduces your pet’s life span by one-third and predisposes him or her to a variety of disorders ranging from arthritis and diabetes to cancer and heart disease.

The 14 Biggest Dangers to Your Pets During the Holidays

The 14 Biggest Dangers to Your Pets During the Holidays

The holidays are a time of family gatherings, good cheer, and unfortunately for many pet owners, emergency trips to the veterinary hospital. That’s right, while there is a lot to love about all the winter festivities December holds, there are also some surprising risks that the season presents to the furriest members of our households.