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How to Let Indoor Cats Express Themselves Naturally

If you think your cat rules your home, you may be right. Some scientists believe that, unlike dogs, which people domesticated as early as 40,000 years ago, cats domesticated themselves about 8,000 years ago as they visited farming communities in the Middle East’s Fertile Crescent, making themselves welcome by keeping rodent populations down.  So, it’s [...]

Welcome Judi!

Please join us in welcoming our newest Client Service Team member, Judi! Judi comes to us with customer service experience and is bilingual in Spanish. She is a terrific addition to our team! Judi writes , “I have always loved animals since I was a little girl. I am happy to share that I have [...]

Allergies That Affect Pets in Wisconsin

If your cat or dog has been scratching more than usual these days, you may wonder whether they have allergies. Your furry friend is susceptible to some of the same allergens that bother you every year when spring’s warmer weather makes flowers and trees bloom, sending lots of pollen floating through the air. Don’t expect [...]

Navigating Feline Viral Diseases: Safeguarding Your Cat’s Health

As a devoted cat owner and lover, you prioritize your feline friend’s well-being above all—or almost all—else. Part of this pursuit includes acknowledging and safeguarding against invisible but ever-present threats, specifically viral diseases. Viral feline diseases are numerous and varied, so our Greenfield Veterinary Clinic team explains their signs, transmission, prevention, and care to help [...]

Straight to the Heart: Heartworm Disease and Prevention for Pets

Heartworm disease is a term that strikes fear in the hearts of pet owners everywhere and with good reason. This potentially fatal disease is present in all 50 states and can be transmitted year-round. Fortunately, prevention is safe, effective, and convenient. Here’s what the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic team wants every pet owner to know about [...]

Pet Dangers That May Be Hiding in Your Home

Your home may provide comfort and security for you and your family, including your furry family members. However, many seemingly innocent items, such as cleaners, food, and small objects, can be dangerous for your pet—some of which may surprise you. Our Greenfield Veterinary Clinic team covers common household pet dangers to help you keep your [...]

Medication Dangers and Your Pet

Medication toxicity impacts more than 42,000 cats and dogs each year, making this one of the most common forms of pet poisoning. Most people’s medicine cabinets are full of medications in various forms—pills, capsules, and liquids—that put our pets at risk. Some pet owners unknowingly medicate their pets with their own pills for pain or [...]

Does My Pet Have Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is pets’ most commonly diagnosed dental disease, but unfortunately, the condition is often a silent disease until the signs have become advanced. February is National Pet Dental Health Month, which is the perfect time to highlight this largely preventable condition. Our team at Greenfield Veterinary Clinic values every part of your pet’s well-being—including [...]

How to Protect Your Pet’s Dental Health

To maintain your pet’s health, you provide them with an appropriate nutritious diet, adequate physical exercise, and regular veterinary visits. While these are essential for your pet’s long-term well-being, remember that your furry pal’s oral health is equally important. Like people, pets need proper dental care to prevent issues, such as tartar buildup, gum disease, [...]

Cracking the Nutritional Code: How to Read a Pet Food Label

Unfortunately, pet food labels and their nutrition facts are not as useful and easy to understand as they are for human foods, but they still provide important information for evaluating your pet’s diet. By learning how to evaluate a diet based on the label information—and by contacting the manufacturer, if needed—you can choose a well-balanced [...]

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