12.18.21

When Should I Bring My Cat To The ER?

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Ever wonder when you should take your cat to the ER? Here are a few tips from VetScoop’s Dr. Natalie Marks and Dr. Justine Lee. Check out the podcast! ✅ Changes in urination – specific to male cats✅ Panting✅ Poisoning✅ Trauma✅ Hiding✅ Lethargy✅ Acute vomiting


12.15.21

Longer, Better Lives for Dogs? Science Is Seeking Answers

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Sometimes it seems as if one day our dog is in the prime of life, and the next day they’re old. With others, age sits lightly on their shoulders and they are often mistaken for much younger animals. Whether it’s sudden or slow, though, aging is inevitable. No one would argue that dogs live longRead More


When Should I Bring My Dog To The ER?

By The Vet Scoop Team Post date

Should I stay or should I go now…to the the veterinary ER? This is a question pet owners ask themselves all the time. Dr. Natalie Marks and Dr. Justine Lee talk us through this dilemma on this week’s VetScoop podcast. Spoiler alert…if abnormal behavior happens in the middle of the night, the answer is mostRead More


12.09.21

Has Your Cat’s Litter Box Habits Changed?

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Join VetScoop’s Dr. Natalie Marks and Dr. Lisa Radosta as they break down the importance of litter box size, location and contents to ensure your cat is happy and healthy at home!


12.02.21

How Do Cats Show Us They Have Allergies?

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Join VetScoop’s Dr. Natalie Marks and Dr. Ashley Bourgeois while they discuss the “cat rule book” of  interesting ways cats show us they have allergies.  Your fur baby may be trying to manage this on their own while they are alone, but we are here to help you identify these sneaky behaviors so you canRead More


11.29.21

Hidden Pain In Our Pets

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Our pets are naturally stoic creatures and tend to hide when they are in pain. VetScoop’s very own Dr. Marta Sanchez discusses some behavioral changes that may mean your pet is uncomfortable and in pain. Watch this video to learn more about what to look for and how to work with your veterinarian for theRead More


11.26.21

Holiday Hazards

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Our very own, Dr. Lindsey Bullen, shares helpful tips about what foods we can give our pets during the holidays and the days after! We hope you all had a happy and healthy Thanksgiving! Even though the holiday kickoff day has passed, it is important to keep our pets safe this weekend while we enjoyRead More


11.23.21

Protecting Pets from Household Toxicities

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Press play above to see our latest video. Whether you have a lot of people headed to your house or teenagers who like to leave the refrigerator door open, there are dangers to our pets lurking in everyday foods. In this VetScoop video, Dr. Kwan Stewart shares one of the most memorable acronyms we’ve everRead More


11.19.21

Keeping Pets Happy When Traveling By Car

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In this VetScoop video, Dr. Marty Becker, the creator of Fear Free, talks about all of the stresses that our pets can have when traveling by car – many of which we might not even notice! He shares his tips for creating a better environment for pets when traveling by car. Dr. Becker says thatRead More


11.18.21

Keeping Our Homes Safe for Pets

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Press the play button above to hear our latest podcast. Dr. Justine Lee is a double boarded veterinarian in critical care and toxicology, so of course the perfect person to sit down with our host, Dr. Natalie Marks, to talk about ways we can make sure that our homes are safe for our pets.  InRead More