Ever wonder why Fluffy goes outside of the litter box? Struggling to deal with Fideaux's scratching and barking every time you leave? We're not here just to give vaccines and check ups - we want to be your partner in ensuring your pet lives a long, healthy, HAPPY life! If you have questions about your pet's behavior or any other concerns, we're here to help! Schedule an appointment to discuss your concerns with Dr Fontenot. Your veterinarian may be able to suggest changes to your pet's environment or medication to help you.
Here are some useful handouts that may answer some of your questions. If you don't find what you're looking for, give us a call and we can help you find the information you need.
GENERAL PET INFORMATION
If you're looking for general pet information, this is a great place to start.
10 things to do if your pet is lost
Caring for your pet after a spay or neuter
How can I tell if my pet is overweight?
CARING FOR YOUR DOG
He's your best bud! Everyday, he's happy to see you and he comforts you when you're feeling blue. We know you want to return the favor by providing him the best care possible. These handouts may answer some of your questions. Still can't find the answer to your question? Give Bertrand Drive Animal Hospital at call to schedule your buddy's checkup and discuss your concerns with your vet.
CAT CARE INFORMATION
Cats know who is in charge.... why they are of course! However sometimes, it's important for you to be the king or queen of your jungle. If you are looking for information to help you care for your cat, these articles may help. Can't find what you're looking for? Give Bertrand Drive Animal Hospital a call or speak with your veterinarian during your cat's annual exam.
CARING FOR YOUR BACKYARD CHICKENS
Backyard chickens have become popular in recent years. And why not? Not only do they make great pets, but they can also pay you back for their care with delicious eggs! Like all pets, it's important to understand the social and health needs of these friendly birds. If you are thinking about opening your home to a flock of lovely ladies, this handout will provide you with a lot of useful information to help you get started.
EXOTIC PET CARE
Types of play and excercises for rabbits
Types of play and exercise for ferrets Welcoming your new bird home
If you're the type of person who loves learning about and caring for nontraditional pets, you've come to the right place. Like all animals, exotic pets require an understanding of their physical and behavioral needs if they are going to remain healthy. If you're considering an exotic pet, these handouts may help you decide which pet is best for you.