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April is Parasite Prevention Month!

March 25, 2016 by

The grass is starting to turn green, there are little buds on the trees, and the sun stays out longer with each passing day. You know what this means: spring time is here! For us two-legged folks this marks the beginning of picnics, grilling, and all sorts of outdoor activities. For our four-legged friends though, […]

Dogs and Swimming

August 15, 2014 by

It took a while this year, but summer has finally hit Michigan. That means days are best spent by the lake or the pool and I know your dog agrees. Here are some great tips for taking your day for a swim. Know the area Is it an area where your dog allowed off leash […]

Guinea Pigs

August 7, 2014 by

Thinking about getting a Guinea Pig or have questions about the Guinea Pig you already have? At Oakland Hills Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Husman is happy to answer all your Guinea Pig questions and concerns.  Here are some helpful tips about Guinea Pigs from Dr. Husman. What should I feed my guinea pig? Guinea Pigs should […]

Traveling With Your Pet

July 31, 2014 by

It’s summer time in Michigan, and, as the “Pure Michigan” commercials will tell you, that means time to travel our beautiful state. For many of us, that means traveling with our four-legged friends as well. So, here are some helpful tips for traveling with your furry friends this summer. Talk to your veterinarian about your […]

Feline Heartworm Disease

July 17, 2014 by

Feline Heartworm Disease A disease that is sufficiently common, potentially fatal, difficult to detect, impossible to cure, and easy to prevent. Feline heartworm disease can be a significant danger to your pet cat(s). While the incidence is lower than canine heartworm disease, feline infections often go undiagnosed. Heartworm infections in cats are sometimes caused by […]

Getting Your Cat To The Vet

February 21, 2014 by

Tips for Getting Your Cat To and From the Veterinary or Animal Hospital. Providing good health care, especially preventive health care, can allow your cats to have longer, more comfortable lives. This cannot happen unless they see their veterinarian for the care they need.  Many cats dislike going to the veterinarian, and that starts with […]

Winter Safety Tips for Pets

November 20, 2013 by

For those who could not make our client education night, below is a link to the powerpoint presentation that Dr. Christy presented. Winter Safety Tips for Pets

Halloween and Your Pets

October 28, 2013 by

It’s that time of year for candy and costumes, which means our pets get a chance to show off their costumes as well. Dogs and cats have now become “kids” in many peoples lives, so it is important to have some Halloween tips to keep our furry friends safe. Halloween Safety Tips by ASPCA 1. […]

Leptospirosis, aka “Fall Fever”

September 25, 2013 by

Leptospirosis, aka “Fall Fever” Rocky, a 1 year old Siberian Husky came in on a Monday morning in early September.  He had been sick since the previous Friday evening.  He presented with a fever, abdominal pain, lethargy, depression, vomiting, and he wouldn’t eat.  His lab work showed evidence of kidney disease, liver disease and thrombocytopenia […]

Case of the Month- A Bad Tooth!

May 21, 2013 by

Sam, a 4 year old mixed breed dog, presented one morning with a broken tooth.  He didn’t seem uncomfortable, and his behavior hadn’t changed.  He was playing the day before and spit out a piece of tooth.  The only abnormalities on physical exam were that he had 2 discolored teeth on the right side of […]