Do you suffer from allergies to common household pets? It’s one of the top 10 reasons why animals are taken to a shelter. You can prevent your symptoms and keep your pet!
Welcome to One Health Living! Our blog for those living with pets, or those who encounter them from time to time.
Do you know 3 easy ways to be healthy living with a pet? Even if you don’t have a pet, there’s at least 2 things you can do to help be safe.
If you need information about veterinary fees and payment options, review the options below.Payment Options at Most Veterinary Clinics1. Payment is usually expected when services are rendered. In order to focus on patients’ needs, customer service and minimizing costs, most veterinary clinics do not bill.2. Most veterinary clinics accept credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express), money […]
“D is for Dog” is just the book for you and your One Health Family. Whether you are new to life with a dog, have children you would like to introduce to a new dog, a student looking for information for an interesting book report, or have been living with a dog for a long […]
One Health Organization started out as “The van Bakeren Foundation” when Founder Dr. Anna M. van Heeckeren and her husband Edward B. Baker (aka Ned), an environmental consultant working at EnSafe, together with clinical veterinarian Dr. James Prueter from Shaker Animal Clinic incorporated the organization July 3, 2008.
If you haven’t already noticed, ticks, fleas, and mosquitoes are ready to take advantage of warm blooded animals and people; especially now that the weather is warmer and the air is more humid (actually, did you know that you really have to worry about them all year long?). Are you ready to do battle with […]
There are many positive benefits of owning a pet; however, it’s important to know that some animals may carry germs that can be spread to people and cause illness.
Pets can appear to be healthy even when they have germs. Here are a few tips to keep you and your family healthy.
If you are planning to get older as healthy as possible, you would definitely benefit from lessons learned at this year’s Aging in America annual conference. While the focus of my attendance was on older adults and pets, I learned other valuable lessons.
If you have a dog, and you want your dog to behave better in the future, there are many options. This is what I’ve learned having attended several veterinary continuation education courses at the Midwest Veterinary Conference in February that may be of help to you. While, I am not an expert in dog behavior, I do know others who are (and those who claim to be).