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  • Toxic Ingestion / Poison
    Veterinary Care for Toxic Ingestions/Poisonings at Tahoma Veterinary Hospital A variety of plants, chemicals, foods, and other items can be toxic to pets. Unfortunately, many of the most common pet poisons Read more
  • 5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist
    Skin conditions are not uncommon in cats and dogs. However, skin problems are often an indication of other health issues occurring. That's why pet owners need to be aware of Read more
  • Preparing for the Fourth of July: Noise Aversion
    One of the busiest times of the year for animal shelters in Spanaway, WA is the Fourth of July. This is due to the many pets that escape from their Read more
  • How to Feed Your Horse or Pony
    Horses in the wild traditionally fed themselves on roughages. However since their domestication a diet based on roughages with concentrates, where necessary is needed to keep them in prime condition Read more
  • Farm Animals
    Farm Animals The veterinarians at Tahoma Veterinary Hospital provide compassionate and professional care for farm animals in Spanaway, WA, and the surrounding areas. Whether you have large farm animals like horses Read more
  • Pet Dental
    The Importance of Pet Dental Care We've been told all our lives to brush our teeth at least twice a day. But what about the teeth of our furry family members? Read more
  • To Blanket or Not To Blanket
      How your horse stays warm. Because your horse was designed to spend his days roaming outside, he is naturally equipped with tools to keep himself warm when the temperatures start cooling Read more
  • Safe Thanksgiving Foods
    Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family and holiday feasts—but also a time for possible distress for our animal companions. Pets won’t be so thankful if they munch on undercooked Read more
  • What is Floating?
    “Floating” is the removal of sharp points from the cheek side of the horses’ upper teeth and from the tongue side of the lower teeth. Floating is the most basic Read more
  • Poison Prevention Week
    Poison Prevention Week is March 20-24thMany people think of only the obvious toxic items: cleaning supplies, pesticides, and herbicides. In fact, many common foods, plants (both in your home and Read more
  • Winter Weather Tips
    ~~Keeping Your Dog Healthy and Safe in the WinterSince most of the United States is currently enjoying winter weather, here are a few tips to help keep your dog healthy Read more
  • What is Floating?
     “Floating” is the removal of sharp points from the cheek side of the horses’ upper teeth and from the tongue side of the lower teeth. Floating is the most basic Read more
  • Walk Your Dog Week
    Today kicks off the start of National Walk Your Dog Week!Living with a dog has many perks, but one of the best is being able to exercise with your dog Read more
  • Summer Heat
    Dangers of Leaving Your Pet in a Parked Carby Kevin Myers on June 5, 2013, Dog Lover's Digest0With the summer months upon us, pet travel is at its height and Read more
  • Pig Proofing Your House
    Pig Proofing Your HouseBy: Squidoo.comLike having any new pet, your teacup pig is going to need time to get acclimated to your home. Until then, there are certain precautions you Read more
  • National Pet ID Week
    Approximately 10 million cats and dogs in the United States find themselves lost each year, with 6 – 8 million winding up in the shelter system. While only 2 percent Read more
  • Is your bunny healthy?
    A great article from Washington State University's website.Is your bunny healthy?  This information is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. Always follow the instructions provided by your Read more
  • Holiday Hazards Quiz
    It is a joyous time of the year filled with holiday festivities, decorating our homes, and preparing our favorite holiday foods. Poinsettias are placed appropriately, mistletoe is hung above doorways, Read more
  • Happy National Puppy Day!
    Tips for a Happy PuppyNational Puppy Day is a day to celebrate the magic and unconditional love that puppies bring to our lives. It’s also a day to help save Read more
  • Halloween Safety
    With the fun and festivities of Halloween night coming near its a good idea to start preparing to keep your pets safe.1.  Consider putting pets in a quiet room in your Read more

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