For a pet who eagerly awaits your return home every day, it can feel daunting to face any time apart. It might make sense to hire a pet sitter or dog walker to tend to their needs while you’re gone, but what happens if your pet gets sick or injured?
One great alternative is pet boarding. At Kings Trail Animal Hospital, we pride ourselves on eliminating any fear related to your pet’s stay. We can also provide treatment, if needed, and individualized care to guests with special needs. Keep reading to learn more about boarding your pet with us and how it can be even easier when approached the right way.
On October 10, 2018, Hurricane Michael made landfall in Mexico Beach, Florida. Michael has been labeled the third most intense Atlantic hurricane to hit the U.S., and its effects have been devastating. With major flooding, loss of life, and the destruction of thousands of homes and buildings, residents throughout the southeast are only just beginning the process of healing and rebuilding.
The depth of human compassion in the wake of such tragedy has been moving, and the lengths that animal lovers have gone to for pets rescued from Hurricane Michael are no exception. Recently, hundreds of these animals were transported throughout the country by teams of dedicated volunteers, and some of them have ended up right here in Jacksonville!
As a pet owner, few things are as frightening as a pet emergency. Whether your pet has been hit by a car, is vomiting unexpectedly, or something just seems off, it can send even the calmest pet parent into a tailspin.
Knowing whether or not your pet needs immediate medical attention isn’t always easy. Some emergencies are obvious, but many are not. It can be hard not to panic when a pet suddenly seems ill or is behaving differently, which is why it’s so important to understand what constitutes a pet emergency.
Know Their Normals
Pets are naturally skilled at hiding signs of illness or injury, which is why it’s so important for you to pay close attention to their normal habits and behaviors. Changes in the following can signal a need for a trip to the veterinarian: Continue…