Kitty Play Time

Kitty Play Time

As cats age out of their kitten stage, it can be difficult to keep them active. We all know that keeping active is good for the joints, waistline, and heart; this is true for our feline friends as well! But getting a cat to play with you is easier said than done. Tricks of the… Read More


Can a Diet Break a Dog’s Heart?

There is a lot of discussion around pet nutrition these days! Everyone wants the best for their best friends, and diet is very important. Dog Food: The Basics Dogs are omnivores which originated from wolves many thousands of years ago. Studies are starting to show that dogs have evolved to maintain a very different diet… Read More


We Love Saving Kittens

One of the best things about working in a veterinary hospital is kittens. When a kitten arrives for an appointment, the worship begins. After asking permission, our techs will gently tour the kitten around the hospital so we can all have a lovely happy kitten moment. All Creatures Veterinary Hospital had a beautiful orphaned newborn… Read More


Holiday Hazards

Here are some tips for keeping your pets out of danger during the holiday season. AVOID Holiday Food Items That Could Cause Problems For Your Pet Alcoholic beverages , marijuana Chocolate (baker’s, semi-sweet, milk chocolate) Coffee (grounds, beans, chocolate covered espresso beans) Moldy or spoiled foods Onions, onion powder Fatty foods Salt Yeast dough PLANTS… Read More


Caring for Pet Rodents

Hamsters, chinchillas, degus, gerbils, and rats make up 10-15% of the exotic species we see in a veterinary exotic pet practice. These furry pets are rodents and are not loved by everyone.  The word rodent means, “to gnaw”. Rodents are the most populous mammalian order. Many municipalities have quite an extensive budget to eradicate wild… Read More