• Pet Anesthesia FAQs
    Answering Your Frequently Asked Questions about Pet Anesthesia Here at The Village Vet, we care about all of our pet patients. We strive to provide excellent services every time you and Read more
  • Pet Eye Infections
    Pet Eye Infections We watch over our furry friends as we would our children, because they can't tell us where it hurts. When our pets aren't feeling well, they lie quietly, Read more
  • Toxic Ingestion
    Toxic Ingestion Cats and dogs don't understand that there are certain things that are toxic, and are very dangerous if ingested. Therefore, if you leave toxic items within your pet's reach, Read more
  • How to Prepare for Your First Road Trip with Your Pet
    How to Prepare for Your First Road Trip with Your Pet Traveling with pets doesn’t have to be a stressful experience. With proper planning, you and your pets can enjoy the Read more
  • Scheduling a Pet Surgery? What You Should Ask Your Vet
    Scheduling a Pet Surgery? What You Should Ask Your Vet Pet surgeries can be very difficult for pet owners to handle, especially if they don't fully understand what to expect. At Read more
  • Importance of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet
    Importance of Spaying and Neutering Your Pet With the growing number of unwanted pets across the nation, it’s easy to see how important it is to spay & neuter your pet. Read more
  • Importance of Pet Microchipping
    Our Veterinarian in Baltimore Explains the Importance of Pet Microchipping Pets are more than just animals that we keep. They are our children that we care for and love deeply. Therefore, Read more
  • Common Pet Problems
    Common Pet Problems With Baltimore Veterinarian In Baltimore, MD Our pets are faithful companions and they rely on us for proper care. They need your help with living a healthy life, Read more
  • Spring Tips for Pet Safety
    Below are listed some spring associated pet hazards that potentially could occur because of their appearance (in the case of plants), heavy residential usage or holiday associated prevalence during this Read more
  • Pet Food Fiction, Fancy and Facts
    The pet food industry currently has sales in excess of 33 billion dollars with 65% of US households containing a pet in some form or fashion, whether it is finned, Read more
  • Intestinal and External Parasites and Zoonotic Impact
            Myths: Head lice infect only humans; dogs might carry, transmit or become infected with human head lice. False – Read more
  • Winter Pet Hazards
                      This is a continuation and the final part of a blog series on winter weather pet hazards. With the prior information in mind, the determination of how Read more
  • Fall pet hazards.
    Antifreeze (propylene glycol) Chemical exposure – this includes both antifreeze and de-icing solutions. Exposure to these chemicals is usually accidental and occurs as a result of the normal curiosity Read more
  • Cat Trivial Purrrrsuit
    Pop quiz, hot shot. You think you know all there is to know about cats? We all know cats have been a source of fascination for humankind throughout history. Today Read more
  • 4 Stressors for Cats
    4. Punishing your cat in displeasureSwatting, striking or hitting is not an effective negative reinforcer. Cats learn to fear you rather than unlearn the behavior of which you disapprove. Reinforce Read more
  • Food Hazards!
    ~~Not all pets can handle certain foods as easily as we do, and both type and quantities of foods that are acceptable for an adult human could be damaging in Read more