That age old saying is something we hear throughout our lives in a multitude of situations. From being in grade school gym class, little league, and group projects, it’s a part of our childhood years to help us understand the benefit of working together.
As we grow older and enter college, the working world, and adulthood, we often hear [...]
While fall means cooler days, less bugs, and lovely riding weather, vaccinations are just as important heading into winter as they are in the spring. Most horse owners swear by spring shots, and nearly every boarding facility requires this at a minimum. However, when it comes to fall shots, requirements vary by area, risk type, and even indiv [...]
Ceruminous cystomatosis is is a rare neoplastic skin disease of the feline ear of unknown etiology. It may develop as a sequela to otitis externa, a senile degenerative change or, in some cases, a congenital condition. The most common neoplasm of the ear canal is ceruminal gland in origin.
Whatever the cause, my cat had these bluish purplish [...]
Summer is officially here, and while for many of us that means hot days in the sun, hanging out poolside, or any other number of fun activities, it’s important that we remember to keep our furry friends safe when the temperature rises.
Water and Pool Pet Safety
Pick up a life jacket for your dog next time you’re in the office!
Ever wonder how many teeth your dog or cat had, or what those spikey things on a cat’s tongue are called? Here’s some great dental trivia about our dog and cat friends.
Dental disease is the most common disease seen by veterinarians: 70–85% of pets over the age of 2 have some form of dental disease.
Puppies have 28 temporary tee [...]
Welcome to the new blog for CaringVets.com by the team at the Animal Hospital of Sussex County. Check back for news, updates, and of course our monthly specials as we work together to keep your pets happy and healthy.
In addition to health posts, you can also read about what it’s like to be a part of the AHSC Team, get a look “beh [...]
Pets need their teeth brushed too! Most people don’t realize how important good dental health is to the overall wellbeing of your pet. Both dogs and cats need regular dental care to keep their teeth and mouths clean. As they age, it’s also important to check for tooth decay or broken or damaged teeth to keep your pet comfortable.