Did you make a New Year’s Resolution?

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution?

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution? Are you doing as well as these guys?!? Call East Oak Veterinary Hospital to setup an appointment for your pet.
Call 856-696-4440 to make an appointment.

Pets as Presents: A Good Idea?

Pets as Presents: A Good Idea?

You’ve seen it in the movies – sweet little Suzy toddles down on Christmas morning to find her new puppy sitting patiently under the tree with a big red bow around his neck. Suzy squeals, runs to hug the puppy, who gives her a big lick on the cheek, and the two live happily ever after.

Show how thankful we are for our pets

Show how thankful we are for our pets

What better way to show how thankful we are for our pets than to keep them happy, healthy and stress free during the Thanksgiving festivities?

Halloween Safety Pet Tips

Halloween Safety Pet Tips

1. Trick-or-treat candies are not for pets.candy
All forms of chocolate — especially baking or dark chocolate — can be dangerous, even lethal, for dogs and cats. Symptoms of chocolate poisoning may include vomiting, diarrhea, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, and seizures. Click to read more tips.

October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month! So if you are thinking about adding a dog to your family, picking one from a shelter is a great choice.

Protect your pets from fleas

Protect your pets from fleas

Until December 31, 2016 you can receive a free single dose when you buy a full box of Advantage, Advantix or Frontline.

8 Tips for Holiday Traveling With Pets

8 Tips for Holiday Traveling With Pets

Re-post from Facebook: 8 Tips for Holiday Traveling With Pets By Kristen Seymour | November 18, 2013 Check and double-check your paperwork with the airline — be sure not only that you have everything they require you to fill out, but also that you’ve packed whatever vaccination and health papers they require.

Puppies are so cute!

Puppies are so cute!

Puppies are so cute!
We love puppies at East Oak Veterinary Hospital. Stay tuned for some great tips for caring for your puppy.

Kitty Kitty

Kitty Kitty

Here Kitty Kitty, everybody loves a cute little Kitty. At East Oak we love all animals.
East Oak Veterinary Hospital’s goal is to treat you as if you were a member of our family and your pets with the same loving care as if they were our own.