Make Sure Your Christmas Tree is Cat Proof

Are your holiday decorations cat-proof?  Sparkling decorations can attract your pets attention.  Here are a few tips to help you keep your Christmas tree in tact through the holidays.Christmas Tree Tips:Create a Cat Tree – Make your cat …

Can You Feed Your Pet Thanksgiving Scraps?

While we love to share and celebrate with our pets during the holidays, it’s important to remember that certain foods that are good for us can actually be dangerous to our pets.  However, if you know what you can and cannot feed your pet, certain …

How to Own a Pet Even Though You Have Allergies

Allergies are tough.  Itchy, watery eyes and congestion can be hard on any pet lover.  If you or a family member suffers from pet-related allergies, there are ways to help make breathing easy.  With a few changes to your home, you can en…

How to Include Your Pet In Your Wedding

How to Include Your Pet In Your WeddingREUNION VETERINARY HOSPITAL, PLLCwww.ReunionVetHospital.comIt’s wedding season!  Are you making plans to include all of your loved ones in your celebration?  Your day wouldn’t be complete without your fu…

Keep Your Pets Active This Year!

A New Year is the perfect time to make new goals for you and your pets.  Here are a few tips to help your pets stay healthy throughout 2015.Health Tips for 2015:Provide Plenty of Exercise – Dogs and cats need exercise to stay fit.  Go on a wa…

Are You Ready To Bring a Pet Home?

When people think about bringing an animal into their home to live with them, there is always a risk that this animal can bring sickness or disease.  Without the proper precautions animals can bring germs that can spread to humans, particularly ch…

Dog & Cat Videos

Have you seen a video of a dog or cat that has gone viral?  We keep an eye out for the best and funniest videos that are popping up around the internet.  Here are a few of our favorites-   Do you have one of your pet?  If so, please…

Introducing our Neighbor- The IBeliv Dental Studios!

The Reunion Veterinary Hospital would like to introduce one of our neighbors and a new addition to our network- Dr. T and the iBeliv Dental Studio!As you’ll see from their website, Dr. T has a B.A. in General Sciences (Magna Cum Laude) and earned a deg…

Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe Outdoors

Are you and your pet spending some time in the great outdoors this summer?  If so, you and your pet are susceptible to many types of insect bites, some of which could be dangerous.   We surfed around the internet to find some articles that will give you tips on how to prevent insect bites and what you should do if you see signs of an insect bite.

The Ionia Sentinel-Standard had this article titled “How to Identify, Respond to Allergic Reactions, Insect Bites on Pets”.  This article reminded us how important it is to check your pet for ticks, and how you should go about removing them.

The Pet Assure Newsletter posted this article that focuses on dogs, and gives you tips on removing bee stings.  It also shows a list of symptoms that can occur from insect bites.

The AVMA posted an article titled “Disease Precautions for Outdoor Enthusiasts and their Companion Animals”.  It’s a reference guide for outdoor enthusiasts that gives a list of disease precautions for you and your pets.

If you notice your pet may have been bit by an insect but are not sure what to do, feel free to reach out to us.  The Reunion Veterinary Hospital is open 7 days a week, and our staff will give you advice immediately.  For more tips on protecting your pets, follow us on Facebook or Twitter!