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February 28, 2024
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Rabies Vaccines Now Require Prescriptions: Understanding the Change

The debate surrounding the regulation of rabies vaccines for pets has persisted for some time, with different states adopting varying approaches. Some states mandate that rabies vaccines can only.

November 27, 2023

Navigating the Path to Animal Healthcare Excellence

An interview with Spencer Brown revealing his journey to becoming a veterinary pharmacist Introduction The field of veterinary pharmacy presents an exciting and fulfilling career path for individuals who.

November 18, 2021

Online Pet Pharmacy: 6 Major Benefits to Ordering on the Web

Owning a pet can do so much for a person. They can bring love, happiness, stability, relaxation, and stimulation to one’s daily life. This relationship is hardly a one-way street, though. When pets fall ill, owners must do what they can to

April 13, 2021

Microchip Donation for Weather Affected Sea Turtles

Lambert Vet Supply is excited to assist in the endangered sea turtle rehabiliatation mission through their donation of 2,000 ADEQID mini microchips to Friends of Gumbo Limbo Nature Center LLC., a 501(C3) not for profit organization which provides assistance to the Gumbo Limbo Nautre Center in Boca Raton, Florida.

March 10, 2021

Pet Pharmacy Tips For Buying Medications Online

We’ve all become addicted to buying online, even medication, especially now since the Covid-19 pandemic. An online pet pharmacy is a great example of our ability to purchase necessary medicine and supplies to keep our furry family member happy and healthy from the safety or our home.

March 26, 2020

Comparing Disinfectants that Kill Pathogens Important in Pet Facilities | Wellpet Post-Lambert Vet Supply

Comparing disinfectants is a confusing but important process when it comes to the types of pathogens they can kill in a pet facility, such as veterinarian office, boarding kennel, groomer, shelter, doggie daycare, kennel, or homes. The key to disinfectant information is “Always read product label carefully”.  Found on the product label is the label claim that lists the pathogens a disinfectant can kill. The disinfectant must follow an EPA-approved standardized test method in order to get a claim listed for each pathogen on the disinfectant label.

March 20, 2020

Nebulizer Use for Dogs, Cats, and Other Pets

Cats, dogs, and other pets can develop respiratory illnesses, such as asthma, pneumonia, kennel cough, and bronchitis that require inhaled medication. Your veterinarian may prescribe the use of a nebulizer to administer saline, albuterol, antibiotics, or other medications for your pet’s relief. A nebulizer is a device that functions as a delivery system changing medication from a liquid to a fine particle mist, allowing direct delivery to the respiratory tract.

February 27, 2020

Goat’s Milk Checks Out for Pet Nutrition | Well Pet Post Blog – Lambert Vet Supply

Though many cats and dogs like cow’s milk, it does not always like them. Acquired lactose intolerance in their adult lives may produce digestive and gastric issues with vomiting, gas, and upset stomachs. However, cats and dogs can usually consume goat’s milk with no such affects. Goat’s milk is also especially beneficial for pets with IBD (Irritable Bowel Disease).

October 1, 2019

5 Tips for Your Healthy Pet Resolution

In this article, we are going to briefly cover five major areas in which most pet owners can improve. If you prioritize these tips, you could add a few years of good health to your pet’s overall lifespan. Don’t forget: a healthy pet is a happy pet!

September 12, 2019

Keep Pets Safe This Fall: Autumn Health Tips

“Fall can still bug pets and humans, literally. Fleas, and especially ticks, are still out in force. ”

Kills adult fleas and prevents further re-infestation on dogs. Kills re-infestation fleas within 2 hours. Breaks the flea life cycle and prevents flea eggs and larvae from developing into adult fleas

Kills fleas in all phases of development and maintains up to seven months of flea and tick control.

It will be autumn all over the country very soon. For many people, it’s their favorite time of year. Temperatures become bearable, lots of fun activities and holidays take place, great seasonal food and drink draws fans, and many of us dress up just for fun! These are all the same reasons your dog (and cat at times) love fall, too! It’s all fun and games mostly, but for pets the season holds several dangers and risks that pet parents need to be aware of. Here are some important fall pet safety tips!

Fall Pet Safety: Is It Ok To Dress Up My Pet?Is It Safe To Give Them Treats?

One Word. Halloween. We love it! We dress up! We buy treats! We decorate! It’s the best fun, but keep your dog and cat happy and safe.

smells and tastes just as good to dogs as it does to us. However, chocolate can be deadly to pets, so make sure no one can reach the treat bowl. Store it up high, keep it covered, or secure it in a cabinet until Oct. 31 when someone is supervising the treat distribution. If one of your pets manages to snag a chocolate snack, consult your veterinarian immediately to get treatment since ingestion can be fatal for animals.

make for a fun addition to the festivities, but some dogs and cats will not take kindly to wearing an outfit, no matter how darling it is. They may bite, rip, tear, and chew to escape and in the process, eat beads, sequins, glue, or string that might make them sick or choke. If you have to do a costume, get your pictures and then take it off if your pet is not comfortable.

might be too much for some pets. Suddenly having the hand that feeds you dressed in a full-size T-Rex might send your dog on an attack mission. Even simple outfits with strings and ties may draw unwanted interest from pets, so make sure your cat or dog don’t ingest any fabric or glue that they shouldn’t if they are playing with your costume. Human face paint and makeup can be toxic to pets, too.

you may be opening your door multiple times to reward your trick or treaters. That could be the perfect time for your cat or dog to make an exit outside and that would present a new emergency as you try to find a lost pet in the dark. Some anxious pets may not like all the doorbell-ringing and the endless supply of strangers at the house, so if you know your cat or dog may struggle with this, try to put them in a safe room with ample food and water and a litter box if necessary. Most nervous pets would be far happier there than dealing with squealing children dressed in strange clothes.

Fall Pet Safety: Do I Still Have To Worry About Fleas And Ticks?

Fall can still bug pets and humans, literally. Fleas, and especially ticks, are still out in force.

like leaves and garden clippings. Keep taking preventive action against these parasites with monthly treatments for your pets, whether topical or chew tablets. Stay on tick patrol after your pet goes outside and do tick and flea inspections on your cat and dog’s fur.

need to make sure to look for ticks after an outing. Ticks spread several serious and life-threatening diseases, including Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.

Fall Pet Safety: What Things Can Poison My Dog or Cat?

Poison comes in many types, sizes and shapes and several man-made and natural products can sicken animals or even kill them.

As the temperatures decline, many rodents (rats and mice) will be looking for warm homes inside barns, garages, sheds, and other structures. to stop the vermin. You can secure your residence safely, but you don’t always know what your neighbor may have used to get rid of rodents. If a pet unwittingly ingests this poison or a dead animal that was poisoned, your cat or dog could become seriously ill and even die. Seek veterinary care immediately if you suspect your pet has ingested poison. Try to supervise any pet that goes outside so you know where he has been and what he has been exploring.

Leaf piles are great fun, but they will also harbor moisture that will attract Many animals love a good roll or frolic in these mounds, but be careful, too. Mushrooms will also thrive in this wet environment and some are poisonous. Keep an eye on what your dog is doing when he is romping outside.

can make pets sick. Lilies can be deadly for cats, too. Watch what your pets decide to munch and get them to steer clear of risky plants if you go for a walk.

It’s that time of year when many in preparation for winter. Drinking anti-freeze is DEADLY, even in small portions, to cats and dogs. Pets are attracted to the ethylene glycol in the compound that is sickly-sweet. Even small spills in the garage or driveway must be cleaned up or covered with sand to keep pets from lapping up the tempting liquid. The best idea may be to keep pets out of your garage altogether if you are working on your auto.

After all the fun and games are over, Make sure what cleaning agents you use to take decorations off windows and other areas are not toxic to pets either. Cleanliness is wonderful, but not if the chemicals pose a risk to pets and humans. Read labels and search the internet for safe, natural cleaning options if necessary.

Fall Pet Safety: Is Holiday Food Safe For My Pets?

Autumn brings out some of the best food and drink of the season. Enjoy it as you please, but make sure your cat and dog doesn’t get too much of a good thing.

are often high in fat content. Sharing too many fatty table scraps can lead to pancreatitis for cats and dogs. Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas, which can be painful. If untreated, death often happens quickly. Dogs love bones from a turkey, but the splinters that break off can lodge in a dog’s throat and cause choking or worse. Better to stick with dog chews, but maybe you can dip it in turkey broth for an extra treat.

Whether it is hard liquor, beer or hard cider, pet metabolism is not designed to ingest alcohol. In fact, drinking alcohol will poison your cat or dog.

in the fall from lattes and ice cream to candles and potpourri. Just be careful what you do and what you have that pets can have access to at home.

Dogs, and especially, cats, will be drawn to this bright, flickering light. Use warmers or covered candles where no paws or fur can connect with the open flame. Animals can get burned severely and house fires can also start.

Fall Pet Safety: What Health Issues Do I Need To Watch For?

Here’s another important fall pet safety tip. Take good care of your cat or dog, especially if fall allergies develop for your pet.

like itching, scratching and runny eyes and consult with your veterinarian about the best treatment options to make life comfortable for you cat or dog. With proper medication and skin care, many pets can still enjoy all the outside playtime and romps they can without so much of the misery associated with allergies.

Cooler weather means an end to the heat of summer, but it may require some special accommodations for certain pets.

when outside for extra protection from the chilly temperatures. They simply do not have enough body fat and fur to insulate them properly so they can stay warm.

Whether you call it fall or autumn, this season deserves all its good characteristics. You love it. Your pets love it. Just remember that safety and health should be your first priority for you and pets.

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