Whatever you do, don’t let the end of summer fool you into thinking it’s also the end of flea and tick season. In reality, New York’s late summer is the peak of flea and tick season…and for city dogs, it doesn’t take woods and streams for you to run across these troublesome insects.Read More
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For both dogs and cats, summertime is prime time when it comes to skin sensitivities flaring up. What’s up with that, you ask? Simply put, warmer weather brings higher humidity and an increase in environmental allergens. Put the two together and you get a greater likelihood of skin irritation in our cats and dogs.Read More
West Chelsea Forecasts Full Preparedness for Pets During Storm Season - How To Create Your Own Pet Emergency KitRead More
Mexico and Israel Intensify Requierments for Pet TravelRead More
Introducing Dr. Robert Klain to the West Chelsea Veterinary Family & Wishing Dr. Rebecca Shumaker a Fond FarewellRead More
During 'National Pet Dental Health Month' each February, you can count on the veterinary dental health experts at West Chelsea Veterinary Hospital to share the latest medical tips and advice regarding your pet's teeth and gums. In this edition of Tips + Tails, we’ll take a peek below your pets’ gum lines through the amazing imagery of dental x-rays, or dental radiographs.Read More
Each year, life undoubtedly delivers a wide-range of experiences to each of us, including our pets. From good times and successes to stresses and even misadventures, 2012 was no different. Always resilient, New Yorkers experienced it all. In this newsletter, we’ll share the top three pet-related resolutions pet parents, like you, most often admit they want to work on and how you can incorporate these habits into your own lifestyles. Finally, we’ll highlight a short list of cats and dogs that made headlines in 2012 and why.Read More