1. Common Myths About Pet Surgery Part 2

    When it comes to pet surgery, there are many myths that you need to stop believing.  Most pet owners will have to to send their pet to the animal hospital for pet surgery at some point or another, and that’s why, here at Sun Valley Animal Center, we’ve set out to give you the truth about pet surgery. In our last blog, we debunked a couple of the most common myths about pet surgery. Ke…Read More

  2. How do You Know if Your Cat is Sick? Part 2

    Does your cat need to go to a veterinary hospital? As a cat owner, you probably know that cats can be incredibly stoic, and they don’t always  make it obvious that they are sick and in need of the vet. That’s why, in our last blog, we went over several warning signs that your furry friend may be sick. Keep reading to learn about more warning signs: #4. Vocalization Changes Whether you…Read More

  3. Common Things Dogs Have Swallowed

    If your dog swallows something he or she shouldn’t, it can lead to many issues. Have you had a chance to read our veterinary hospital’s latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know what to do when your dog swallows something he or she shouldn’t. However, like any problem, this one is much easier to prevent than it is to deal with after the fact. However, in order to preven…Read More

  4. Why Dental Cleanings Are Important for Your Cat

    You should never overlook your cat’s dental health.  At Sun Valley Animal Center, we are dedicated to keeping your cat as healthy as possible. Our animal hospital serves Boise, Salt Lake City, Spokane and Billings. We have what it takes to handle all of your cat’s needs, and we even provide dental cleanings. If you’ve had a chance to read our latest blog, then you already know t…Read More

  5. Tips for Helping Your Dog Recover From Surgery Part 2

    Every owner wants to make sure that their dog has a smooth recovery.  Recovering from a surgery can be difficult for us all, and dogs are no exception. Surgery puts a lot of stress on the body, which is why recovery can take a lot of time and a lot of patience. Our veterinary hospital understands that, as a pet owner, you want the very best for your dog. That’s why we went over a few tips f…Read More

  6. Holiday Treats to Avoid Giving Your Pets Part 2

    There are many holiday foods that you should never give your dog or cat.  The feasts are one of the best parts about the holidays, and with so much delicious food on your table, it can be tempting to give your pet some scraps to chew on. However, it is important to know which foods could be dangerous for your pet. Check out our veterinary hospital’s latest blog to learn about the first few …Read More

  7. Thanksgiving Safety Tips for Your Dog

    Don’t forget about your dog’s safety this Thanksgiving! With Thanksgiving only a day away, many of us are prepping turkeys and running to the grocery store for a last minute can of cranberry sauce. Thanksgiving is a beautiful holiday for family and friends, but not many people recognize the dangers that the holiday exposes to our dogs. Luckily our veterinary hospital is here to help! T…Read More