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Spring Health Check

Spring health check!

Diet Just like people, the foundation to a healthful life for your pet is diet and exercise. Weight gain in pets can increase the risk of arthritis and shorten life expectancy. A nutritious and balanced diet is key for your fur friends. If you’re like us, you might be munching on a few more snacks […]

Traveling this Thanksgiving? Tips for keeping your pets happy.

IN THE CAR Beep beep! Keep these tips in mind for the ride… To minimize anxiety, prepare your pet for the long ride by taking shorter trips the weeks leading up to your travel day. Give them treats! Consider buying a specially designed pet seat belt or carrier for safety. Never leave your pet unattended […]

Have no fear! These tips will keep your pets safe on Halloween.

Have no fear! These tips will keep your pets safe on Halloween.

Halloween can be full of fun…and fear. Keep your furry family members safe and sound with these tricks and treats: Beware of unsafe costumes If you plan to play dress up with your pets, be sure the costume isn’t too tight or annoying. Make sure the costume doesn’t cover your pet’s eyes, which can make […]

New look for Fort Street Veterinarian entrance

Have you heard? Our entrance got a new look

Fort Street Vet just got a lot cuter! We’re, of course, talking about the new graphics recently installed to our storefront windows. Not only do the decals include adorable pups and cats, they also include entrance labels to help direct your visit. Bringing Fido in for an appointment with one of our doctors? Or dropping […]