By: Dublin Animal Hospital  05/12/2011
Keywords: Dogs, cats

 Hill's Science Diet for Dogs and Cats

We offer a full line of Hill's and Royal Canin prescription diets for your dog and cat's special needs. Looking for some healthy and delicious treats for your dogs? We carry Science Diet, IVD, and Iams to please your pooch and keep him healthy.

 CET Dental Products for Dogs and Cats

Your pet's teeth need special care to keep them healthy. We offer a full line of CET Oral Hygiene chews and dental products to keep your dog's mouth in the best shape.


Harrison's Bird Foods are the formulas that provide proper nutrition for your bird's lifetime care, because the single most important thing you can do for your bird is to feed it right. Harrison's Bird Foods is a family of certified organic, formulated diets that were created by avian veterinarians and nutritionists, with the health of your bird in mind. Our formulas require little or no supplementation.



The staff at Oxbow is dedicated to bringing your special animals the very best nutrition possible. Top professionals in the animal health field have recognized the quality and value of Oxbow's nutritionally balanced life-staged feeds and supportive care products, and have cited our products at veterinary conferences worldwide and in scientific literature.

For Your Puppy

Train your dog in just 5 minutes a day with this excellent training DVD by Linda White, a nationally renowned dog trainer with 27 years of experience teaching gentle and effective techniques. Her vision in creating the PuppySmarts Video Lessons is to share her efficient and successful approach with you.

"Using the approaches in these videos is one of the best ways to prevent potential behavior problems in puppies and adult dogs."

- Scott Line, DMV, Ph.D., Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Behaviorists

Keywords: cats, Dogs

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While your pet's "smile" is beautiful to you, a recent study indicated that 85% of dogs and cats over one year have the beginnings of periodontal disease but only 3% of dogs and 1% of cats get treatment. Our goal is to maintain the highest level of care for our patients, continually searching for the latest insights into techniques, technology, and knowledge.