Cinema Vet Blog

For pets with allergies, a change in season can mean the onset of uncomfortable itching and skin infections.

Autumn brings many delights. For pets with allergies, however, a change in season can also mean the onset of uncomfortable itching and skin infections. http://j.mp/30HcIHe

The day that God made dogs he sat back and smiled!

The day that God made dogs he sat back and smiled!

25 benefits of adopting a shelter dog.

Here are 25 benefits of adopting a shelter dog: http://j.mp/2n1F2qa

Skin problems aren’t unusual in rabbits, and itching and hair loss are common signs.

Skin problems aren’t unusual in rabbits, and itching and hair loss are common signs. Read more: http://j.mp/2M1hPy7

Playing with your senior dog, NEVER stop!

If you have a dog who's getting along in years, chances are you've seen some of the changes associated with old age. But this doesn't mean playtime should stop! http://j.mp/2APGqiK

Some dogs trained for personal protection are still good household members.

Some dogs trained for personal protection are still good household members. This is unusual though. Most are not. If you are sure that you want a personal protection dog—and not a pet—what do you need to do? http://j.mp/31ULlL9

Listen to our own Dr. Jaimie Ronchetto recommending the top two supplements for your pets!

Listen to our own Dr. Jaimie Ronchetto recommending the top two supplements for your pets!

What’s Your Bird’s Play Personality?

What’s Your Bird’s Play Personality? http://j.mp/34yjbYg

What’s Your Bird’s Play Personality?

What’s Your Bird’s Play Personality? http://j.mp/34yjbYg

Vaccinations protect your pet from highly contagious and deadly diseases and improve your pet's overall quality of life.

Vaccinations protect your pet from highly contagious and deadly diseases and improve your pet's overall quality of life. If your pet is not vaccinated here's 5 reasons they should be: http://j.mp/318Dl8K

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