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Why Is My Cat Throwing Up?

Why Is My Cat Throwing Up?

Life with a cat can be a little messy. They will shed, scratch the furniture, and yes, throw up now and then. This can happen occasionally, but when it becomes an ongoing issue, it may signal an illness. If you’re asking yourself, “why is my cat throwing up,” you have...

Dog Seizures: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Dog Seizures: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Dog seizures are one of the top neurological problems among canines, and they are brought on by a variety of conditions. If you have ever witnessed a seizure, you understand how scary it seems. Seizures or convulsions are caused by a brief disturbance in brain...

Pet Annual Exam: Make Wellness Care a Priority

Pet Annual Exam: Make Wellness Care a Priority

Do you schedule a pet annual exam for your beloved dog or cat? Most pet owners embrace the concept of preventive care, both in human and veterinary medicine. But there are still lingering ideas that if a pet is seemingly fine, they don’t need regular checkups. With...

Composting for Pet Owners

Composting for Pet Owners

Composting is a wonderful way to use food waste and other organic debris to avert these items from the landfill. Many gardeners love to use the rich, dark humus of compost on gardens and flower beds. It’s an eco-friendly way to reduce waste, and it’s cost-saving too,...

4th of July Holiday: How to Prevent Pet Emergencies

4th of July Holiday: How to Prevent Pet Emergencies

July 4th is one of the best parts of summer but nothing can ruin it faster than a pet emergency. With backyard grilling, parades, and festivals, it is a fun time for the whole family, including our furry loved ones in the festivities. This can be a great experience,...

Comfortable Alternatives to the “Cone of Shame”

Comfortable Alternatives to the “Cone of Shame”

Many dogs and cats understandably dislike wearing the plastic Elizabethan collar or E-Collar that you so often see post-surgery. This clunky, plastic “cone of shame” is uncomfortable for most four-legged friends because of its hard surface and obstruction of...

20 Years of Helping Dogs at ULVH’s Animal Rehabilitation Center

20 Years of Helping Dogs at ULVH’s Animal Rehabilitation Center

If you are a client of Union Lake Veterinary Hospital, you may be aware of our onsite Animal Rehabilitation Center of Michigan, Inc. This labor of love opened its doors in 2001 and was the first animal rehabilitation center in the state. Since we are celebrating our...

Adopting a Dog from Detroit Dog Rescue

Adopting a Dog from Detroit Dog Rescue

If you have been considering adopting a dog, our team of dog lovers at Union Lake Veterinary Hospital has helpful tips for adopting a dog from Detroit Dog Rescue. Our friends at Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR) make sure each rescue dog has a fair chance at a good, permanent...

How to Stop Dogs From Licking and Chewing Their Paws

How to Stop Dogs From Licking and Chewing Their Paws

It can be frustrating to watch dogs licking and chewing on their paws and legs, wreaking havoc on their skin and fur. We wonder why they do it and what to do about it. The team at Union Lake Veterinary Hospital provides you with insight into what’s going on and how to...

Normal vs. Abnormal Cat Behavior

Normal vs. Abnormal Cat Behavior

If your cat starts regularly chewing on fabric, is that a normal cat behavior? What about sudden aggression? We’re often asked about what behavior is normal vs abnormal cat behavior. Cats are curious creatures with many unique and sometimes unusual behaviors. This is...

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