Future Projections and Exciting Pet Care Trends 

Pet care trends

The national pet care market doubled between 2011 and 2021, from $50 billion to approximately $123 billion, and is expected to continue to rise each year. In fact, with over $30 billion spent on pet food alone every year, the pressure on pet care trends will likely only intensify in the coming years. Keeping up with fads can be exhausting. You never really know what’s going to stick, and without the benefit of time, safety and efficacy aren’t always clear. We can help pet owners understand and navigate pet care trends all with the goal of meeting every pet’s needs


Is It Okay to Vape Near My Pets?

Pets and vaping.

Your dog or cat is an important part of the family. They curl up on the couch while you watch TV, and sometimes they just hop up for an extra dose of ear scratches. Saying they thrive on attention is an understatement.


Always Better When We’re Together: The Many Ways That Pets Make People Happy

Happy pet owner.

While living with animals might not be for everyone, there is a growing body of evidence that supports the positive impact pets have on our lives. There’s really no arguing that pets make people happy, and how they manage to lift us up is almost magical.


3 Reasons Your Dog’s Penis Sticks Out

Paraphimosis in dogs.

If you’re the proud owner of a male dog, you may occasionally catch a glimpse of his fully exposed private parts—and it will likely be when you’re trying to make a great first impression on a new friend! Most of the time, these situations are temporary, if a tad awkward. But when a dog’s penis is permanently stuck in the outward position, this is a condition called paraphimosis, and it is a veterinary emergency that requires immediate attention. 


A Spoonful of Sugar? Giving Your Pet Medication Successfully

How to give a pet medication.

When your pet is sick, All Pet Animal Hospital’s expert staff is here to help diagnose and come up with a treatment plan. Many times, though, there are things for you to do as a pet owner once your patient leaves the hospital in order to help them get better. So what do you do when your dog is refusing to take medication? Or when it seems impossible to give your cat a pill. Giving your pet medication can be tricky, but we promise that you can do it!