Pet Licensing in Bismarck

Importance of Pet License According to Bismarck’s Code of Ordinances, the city requires any cat or dog over six months of age that lives within city limits to be licensed and up-to-date on their rabies vaccination. Each pet that is licensed will receive a license tag...

Grain-Free Diets and Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) in Dogs

Selecting a diet for your pet is a big decision, and we as pet owners can base it on a variety of factors – experience, word of mouth, availability, perceived value, and cost are a few. Grain-free diets have gained popularity over the last several years. Reasons for...

Black Cat Appreciation Day August 17, 2020

Welcome friends and furry family members. As we hit the dog days of summer here in August I want to remind you all to remember our feline friends as well, especially our black feline friends on National Black Cat Appreciation Day on August 17, 2020. Throughout...

What is a Veterinary Technician?

To become a veterinary technician one must obtain either a 2 year or 4 year degree from an accredited college. At our clinic Amy, Randi, Kylee and Mandee graduated from North Dakota State University. Cassi graduated from Minnesota School of Business. All the...

How To: Hike or Camp With Your Pet

Since our pets are members of our family and enjoy the outdoors just as much as we do, there’s no reason they can’t come hiking or camping with us!  That being said, there are certain steps you should take to ensure the trip is safe, legal and fun for all those...

Veterinary Care for Exotic Pets

Most pet owners know that dogs and cats benefit from an annual wellness visit to their favorite veterinarian for a physical exam, vaccines, preventatives, and any additional recommended care.  But did you know that it is just as important to have your exotic pet...