Vaccinating Your Kitten

Vaccinating Your Kitten

Keeping your kitten healthy is a priority for veterinarians and owners alike. Navigating the ins and outs of routine health care may seem a bit daunting, but, as always, Longwood Veterinary Center is here to help. Routine vaccinations are essential to keeping your...
Memorial Day

Memorial Day

As working members of the veterinary field, we recognize the importance, strength, and resilience of the human/animal bond. We bear witness in our clients and patients, and we experience it ourselves during time spent with our own pets. Man’s relationship with animals...
It’s Kitten Season – Spay and Neuter

It’s Kitten Season – Spay and Neuter

Spring has completely sprung, and the temperatures are bringing us closer to summer. For cat owners, this means kitten season is here. It’s estimated that between 60 and 100 million cats in the U.S. are homeless. Spaying and neutering helps prevent that number...
Separation Anxiety in Cats

Separation Anxiety in Cats

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we were home with our critters all day, every day. Many cats loved the extra companionship and attention. Now that we find ourselves doing less work from home and are away more frequently, our cats have noticed the change and some are...
Heartworm Disease in Pets Part 2

Heartworm Disease in Pets Part 2

Most pet owners understand the importance of preventative medication and the crucial role it plays in managing heartworm disease. However, things can get a little “testy” when we begin to discuss the equal importance of yearly heartworm testing for your dog. It seems...
Happy Hearts and Heartworm Prevention

Happy Hearts and Heartworm Prevention

The month of February is by far the sweetest of them all, when loved ones are celebrated and we share our heart with others. It also gives us glimpses into the Springtime that is promised. Days become incrementally longer and temperatures might even increase a smidge....