Are dog DNA tests worth it? What will they tell you, and how accurate are they? Let’s take a look.Read More
Badger Vet News & Education Center
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that we commonly see in dogs. The bacteria that causes Lyme disease is transmitted by deer ticks, and Lyme disease is very prevalent in Wisconsin especially in the spring and summer months.
Dr. Katie Reed talks about Lyme disease in dogs, including the symptoms (or lack thereof), treatment, and prevention.
We'd be glad to answer any of your questions about Lyme and other tick-borne diseases and help you choose the right product to protect your pet.
There’s no doubt that Southern Wisconsin boasts some great hiking trails. And who better to join you on the trails than your dog?
If you’re ready to hit the trails with your canine companion, be sure to follow some basic pet trail safety and etiquette guidelines for hiking with dogs.Read More
Spring has finally sprung! And if you’re anything like us, you’re itching to get outside with your dog. Amy Finn shares three spring pet safety tips that will help you and your dog enjoy the beautiful weather.
Schedule your dog's spring wellness exam and talk to your veterinarian about protecting dogs from heartworm, fleas, and ticks.
Every day is Pet Day at Badger Veterinary Hospital. But on National Pet Day, we take extra time to celebrate all of our amazing patients as well as our own four-legged family members.