Halloween’s No Treat For Pets!
Halloween is a fun, spooky and often tasty time for us—but many treats associated with Halloween can put your pet’s health at risk. Here’s seasonal food (and drink) that you…Read more
Don’t Let Your Pet “Fall” Into Trouble
Summer is starting to wind down and as you get ready for fall and back-to-school time, it’s a good idea to be aware of some of the seasonal dangers your…Read more
A Letter From Dr. Gengler
MAINTAINING EXCELLENT CARE AT DUVALL VETERINARY HOSPITAL AMID THE COVID-19 CRISIS COVID-19, and all the changes it has brought to our personal lives, social lives, professional lives, and our society,…Read more
Safe Fun In The Summertime
Serious summer heat is coming and many animals—especially those outdoors—struggle to keep cool because they can’t process heat as effectively as we do. Here are some tips for keeping your…Read more
Treating Skin Allergies
Is your pet itching for relief? If your pet is always itching, licking her feet or chewing on her coat, or if she has a dull coat or flaky skin,…Read more
COVID-19 and Duvall Veterinary Hospital
August 2020: A Letter From Dr. Gengler MAINTAINING OUR EXCELLENT CARE AT DUVALL VETERINARY HOSPITAL AMID THE COVID-19 CRISIS COVID-19, and all the changes it has brought to our personal…Read more
4 Reasons Why Cats Need Wellness Exams Too
According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners, 83% of cats visit the vet at least once in their first year with their owners. However, over half of them never…Read more
Parasites Are Gross. Here’s How To Keep Them Off Your Pet!
Fleas. Ticks. Roundworm, heartworm and tapeworm. Our animals are a walking buffet to them, and once they’re on your dog or cat, it’s a short ride on the pet express…Read more
Gobble Up These Thanksgiving Safety Tips
Don’t give in to persuasive purrs and puppy dog eyes this Thanksgiving! Many of the holiday treats we love can cause health problems for our pets if they eat them.…Read more
Protect Your Pet from Leptospirosis!
Leptospirosis is transmitted through direct contact with contaminated urine, water or soil. The bacteria can survive in water or moist soil for a long time, sometimes for many months, and…Read more
Changes On The Horizon
Greetings DVH fans! If you have been in the hospital recently, or have driven past, you may have seen some of our new additions! We are growing our team, and…Read more
5 Tips for Keeping Your Pet Calm During Thunderstorms
Fall is a season full of color, changing temperatures, and an increase in wind and rain! Storms can present a real challenge for our furry friends who are scared of…Read more