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Keeping Your Pet Safe During the Holiday Season

With the holiday season fast approaching, the temperature is beginning to cool, smiles are spreading across everyone’s faces, and the air is infused with a sense of cheerfulness. Like any other time of the year, however, the holidays can potentially endanger the wellbeing of beloved pets. Follow these tips to ensure that your pet enjoys…


Could Your Pet Have Diabetes?

Did you know that pets can have diabetes just like their human counterparts? It’s true! November is recognized as Pet Diabetes Month to help raise awareness around the growing number of pets that develop diabetes and how they can be cared for. Both cats and dogs can develop diabetes just like people. And once they…

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Employee Spotlight: Cherie!

Please meet Cherie Grant, a veterinary assistant with Total Veterinary Care at our Kennesaw, Georgia clinic. In her role, Cherie assists with visits and procedures and provides general support to pet parents. In prior roles, she has worked as a lab tech in urinalysis and hematology, cross-trained in chemistry and serology, and was an animal…


Let’s Celebrate National Cat Day!

Break out the balls of yarn – it’s time to celebrate National Cat Day! Each year, feline aficionados everywhere take a day, October 29, to recognize how amazing our kitty pals are and the joy they bring to our lives. (But let’s be real, National Cat Day is pretty much every day thanks to the…


The Truth About Chocolate

Halloween is one of the scariest, yet also sweetest, times of the year—quite literally, considering there is an abundance of chocolate and other delicious confectionaries stocked in grocery stores. While enjoying a pile of chocolate goodness from Halloween parties can be fun for us humans, it may not have quite the same effect on your…


October is Adopt-a-Dog Month

The American Humane Society has designated October as Adopt-A-Dog Month. What began in 1981 as a way to encourage people to rescue a canine counterpart from a local shelter has, over the decades, turned into a movement that is as vital as ever. And though the focus is primarily on animals in shelters, every pet…


Is Your Pet’s Food Safe Enough?

In one of our recent posts on Twitter, we commented on one of the latest pet food fads of feeding pets a diet that is “grain-free.” While it may seem ideal to some, a diet that lacks grain has its limitations and isn’t necessarily as healthy as some espouse. And this isn’t the only pet…

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Employee Spotlight: Katrina!

Meet Katrina Prewett, Veterinary Assistant and Head Receptionist for the Kennesaw location of Total Veterinary Care. Katrina joined Total Veterinary Care in early 2018 and brings with her an impressive background in working with a large animal and livestock veterinarians and serving as a reproduction manager at a dairy farm. She has a Bachelor’s of…


September is National Pet Pain Awareness Month!

Whenever humans suffer from pain, we express it in many different ways including holding the stricken area, grimacing, vocalizing distress or posting about it on social media. Animals can also display that they are in pain, though their ways may be a bit different. Because animal pain is not always so recognizable to the average…


Plants Poisonous to Pets

As we gear up for the chilly weather about to beset us, many will begin bringing in favorite plants to save them from frost and certain demise. But before you start plopping your precious potted plants willy-nilly throughout your warm and cozy home, it is important to be mindful of which plants you bring in…