Notes from Vets
In all the excitement, sweat, and logistics of relocating one’s residence, details regarding your pet’s health and well-being can be overlooked. A sound plan can ease their transition.
Our four-legged companions are family members, and as such, we wish them to be included in all activities around the holiday season. Some precautions should be taken, however, as the festive season can present new hazards in the life of your pet.
One of the wonders of the holidays is the unbelievable variety (and amount) of special foods prepared to celebrate the season. Failure to pay attention to preventing your pet’s access to these foods can cause your time of celebration to turn into a medical emergency. The following list contains some common foods dangerous to dogs and cats. Take note that these foods may also be found as ingredients in main dishes or be encountered by inquisitive pets investigating the trash can.
Dr. Jim Lowe received is Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. Having practiced for eighteen years in locales from Texas to Montana, he realized that a technical services position would offer him a much broader platform to educate pet owners regarding the care of their companions.
This month’s Q&A is with Dr. Brian McLaughlin, one of Tomlyn’s veterinarians who specializes in the know-how of our products and how they’re beneficial to your furry friends.
Tomlyn® prides itself not only on our products but also on the people who make our company great. We want to introduce you to the faces behind our products to give you insight into why we do what we do to ensure you have the best products possible for your pets!
Our first Tomlyn Spotlight is with Dr. Jim Spiezio, veterinarian and scientific affairs manager for Tomlyn and our parent company, Vetoquinol, USA.