10 Signs Your Pet Has Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is pets’ most common condition, as up to 90% of all cats and dogs are affected by gum disease by age 3. With such a high likelihood that your four-legged friend will wind up with dental issues, you should learn how to spot common indicators. Tag along as our Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital [...]

Your Guide to Winter Pet Care

Caring for pets during an Ohio winter requires constant vigilance to stay up to date on weather changes and ensure your pet is prepared. Pet owners may need to adapt their usual routines to consider potential health and safety hazards. Our team at Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital has put together this comprehensive guide to ensure [...]

Fussy Felines: How Stress Impacts Cats

The list of physical and emotional problems in cats that can be attributed to stress is shockingly long. Most pet owners do not realize that minor home environment changes or subtle relationship dynamics can send a cat over the edge, because felines typically internalize anxiety, which is then expressed in a seemingly unrelated way at [...]

’Twas The Night Before: Holiday Safety Prep for Pets

The holiday season is the busiest time of year for many pet owners. Unfortunately, the season can also be a busy time here at Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital, because our team handles a surge of holiday-related pet emergencies. To help you and your pet avoid frightening and unnecessary events, our veterinarians have composed a five-step [...]

Revealing the Truth About Feline Arthritis

Is your feline friend more irritable than usual? If your cat has been in a bad temper, arthritis pain may be the cause, but you may not realize that your cat has this common condition. To help you learn to recognize feline arthritis signs and ensure your cat gets the care they need, our Tennessee [...]

Halloween Pet Safety Guidelines

The jack-o’-lanterns are carved, the candy stocked, and the costumes chosen. However, have you made a Halloween pet safety plan? Halloween is a spooktacular holiday, but the hair-raising festivities can be dangerous for your pet. Our Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital team wants you and your four-legged friend to enjoy Halloween, and we offer guidelines you [...]

Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month

May is Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month! With the weather warming up, seasonal allergies are hitting a lot of us. As some of you may know our pets can suffer from allergies too! Below are a few key points about allergies in pets. Environmental allergies are more common than food allergies in dogs. Food [...]

Check Your Pet’s for Ticks

The weather is getting warmer, which means both us and our pets are getting outside more! So, let’s talk about ticks. Tick exposure can occur year-round, but ticks are most active during the warmer months. Tick bites can affect both people and pets, so it’s important to know where your pet could be exposed and [...]

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