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In this week’s article, Dr. Julie Buzby, integrative veterinarian and founder of Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips®, discusses how to keep your dog healthy and happy during quarantine. Get five DIY dog healthcare tips that will help your dog in pandemic life and beyond. I fielded a frantic phone call this week from a client about her […]
If you’re seeking care for your dog, veterinary telemedicine may be an option you hadn’t considered…until now. Dr. Julie Buzby, integrative veterinarian and founder of ToeGrips®, recently met with Dr. Shlomo Freiman, veterinarian and co-founder of telehealth platform Petriage, to discuss the advantages of using telemedicine for pet health care and why COVID-19 is ushering in a new era.
Can I take my dog to the vet during COVID-19? Last month, the veterinary profession was completely turned on its head. It almost feels like a lifetime ago when veterinarians’ waiting rooms were packed full of dogs on leashes and cats in carriers. Staff was scheduled to cover the six days a week that most […]
Life seems surreal right now as we worry about ourselves, our families, and our pets contracting COVID-19 (coronavirus), a condition that wasn’t even on our radar last year. Integrative veterinarian, Dr. Julie Buzby, has collected timely information from credible sources in the veterinary medicine community to answer your question, “Can dogs get coronavirus”?