Published by : Meghan Ryan

Safety Tips for 4th of July

The Fourth of July is a wonderful time to spend with friends and family. However, the loud cracks and pops from the fireworks can be terrifying for many pets. Each year, animal shelters take in more animals on July 5th than any other day of the year. Unfortunately, many animals will get spooked and runRead More

May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month

May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. In 2018, 1 in 5 dogs tested positive for Lyme in Rockbridge County. Lyme is spread through Deer Ticks (Ixodes scapularis) that are most active October through February. To help screen for lyme disease in your pet, we are offering 10% off the SNAP 4dx test, which screens forRead More

Assessing Heart Disease in our Pets

April 2019 Heart Care Promotion Heart disease is hard to detect in cats and dogs. For April 2019, we are offering a promotion of $15 off the cardiopet test to help owners evaluate heart disease in their cats and dogs. Please read on to learn more about heart disease in cats and dogs. Have you ever beenRead More

March 2019 Preventative Care Challenge

We are excited to announce a new partnership with our laboratory Idexx that will allow us to detect disease earlier and help pets live longer, healthier lives. Did you know that clinically significant bloodwork changes can be found in: 1 in 7 healthy Adults (dogs 3-6  years and cats 2-8 years) 1 in 5 healthyRead More

Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope your pets shared some extra love with you today. I would like to highlight Dr. Mollie today. She has been working at LAH for the last 4 years, and regularly works every Monday and Wednesday mornings. Dr. Mollie has also helped out on other occasions, such as these last 2Read More