As we begin to re-open, more and more pet parents are noticing anxiety in their dogs when they are left alone, particularly after being home together for an extended time. Separation anxiety is one of the most common forms of anxiety in dogs – especially in breeds that are commonly working dogs and like to have their... Read More
The CCL (cranial cruciate ligament) in dogs is similar to the ACL in humans – it’s one of the ligaments in the stifle (knee) that connects the femur to the tibia. Its core functions are is to prevent abnormal motions in the stifle including overextension of the knee, excessive forward and backward movement (known as... Read More
During this COVID-19 outbreak, staying home has us feeling a bit antsy. New routines and unfamiliar adventures may also be disruptive to your pets.
Here at ASOC, we're doing everything we can to provide critical surgical services to your pets during this time, including curbside service, phone consults, contactless... Read More
At Animal Surgical and Sound Veterinary Rehab, we remain committed to providing our clients and their pets with the highest quality of care, which means we aim to exceed the standards in cleanliness and disease prevention.
In light of the recent concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19), while we remain open, we are... Read More
Did you know that while dogs might love chasing after balls, throwing a ball for older dogs (especially those with arthritis) can do more harm than good?
Dogs with arthritis and other joint or musculoskeletal conditions need to reduce stress on their joints to prevent further damage.
Why it can be harmful to throw... Read More