Chiropractic Proves to be an Important Part of Pet Rehabilitation

Since joining the Back on Track team in June, 2018, Dr. Parker’s chiropractic services have proven to be a great addition to our rehab treatment options. Working in conjunction with our other protocols, her care has helped improve the lives of many of our patients. 

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Introducing Dr. Jessica Fee-Borgmeyer

Dr. Borgmeyer is excited to work with the Back on Track team, helping develop the healthcare of our patients from newborn to senior, and watching them develop and grow in their families. Her interests in veterinary medicine are critical care, internal medicine, and helping develop the human/animal bond.

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Mosquitoes, Fleas, and Ticks. Oh my!

March 20th was the official start of spring this year, bringing with it warmer days, trees budding, plants in bloom. The mostly pleasant days of the season motivate us to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Additionally, our pets are ready to get out of the house to soak up the fresh air, (before the humidity and the temperature make that more challenging). Everything seems to thrive at this time of year as the cycle of new life begins again.

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Vaccinating Your Pet

Pets, like people, are susceptible to a variety of disease-causing germs and bacteria. Seemingly, the best defense against these preventable illnesses is regular vaccination of your cat or dog. But recently there has been controversy surrounding the effectiveness of vaccinations, both for people and pets.

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What to Consider when Giving a Pet as a Gift

Holiday giving often seems a great opportunity to add a furry friend to the family. A new puppy or kitten is regularly found on children’s Christmas lists. While this may be a perfect time to add a pet to your household, there are several important things to consider before making the decision to give a pet on any occasion.

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Top Tips for Fear-Free Veterinary Visits

Everybody wants their pets to experience less fear, anxiety and stress at their veterinary visits, and so do we at Back on Track. Our goal is for your pet to look forward to their vet visit! We embrace a low stress philosophy for veterinary visits and incorporate low stress handling techniques, including playing classical music and using anxiety reducing pheromone sprays in our exam rooms, kennels and even on ourselves!

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Why is My Cat Urinating Outside of the Litter Box?

There are many reasons including medical, environmental and behavioral, for inappropriate urination. Cats that are experiencing inflammation in their urinary tract — either from an infection, urinary stone or sterile cystitis — can experience strong urges to urinate. Inflammation may cause the cat to urinate whenever the urge strikes. Kidney disease and diabetes can cause cats to drink and urinate excessively.

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