5 Reasons You Need to Adopt Senior Pets

Just because they have a couple of years on their collar doesn’t mean they have any less love to give! Senior pets can make for some of the most loyal and dedicated companions out there. The team at Garden City Veterinary Care wants to let you know why you...
Does My Dog Have Anxiety?

Does My Dog Have Anxiety?

Have you noticed your dog acting a little out of character? Not as vibrant as they used to be? They may be experiencing a case of anxiety. Much like we go through the motions, our four-legged friends have the chance of being anxious in stressful situations....
Myths About Heartworm

Myths About Heartworm

This month is Heartworm Awareness Month! To celebrate, our team here at Garden City Veterinary Care is here to help debunk some common myths about heartworm disease.    Myth: Only dogs get heartworms Truth: Heartworms can infect any mammal, including people....
What Should I Do if My Pet Eats a Toxin?

What Should I Do if My Pet Eats a Toxin?

An important part of being a pet owner is ensuring your pet’s safety. Since this month is National Pet Poison Prevention Month, we want to help you brush up on the steps to take if your furry companion has been in contact with a potentially toxic substance. Our...
Pet Toxins In Your Home

Pet Toxins In Your Home

At Garden City Veterinary Care, our priority is to keep your pet safe. We want to inform all pet owners of the dangers that may lie in their own home. If you own a pet, you’ll want to know about these items you probably have sitting around your home that could prove...
Your Pet’s Neuter Surgery

Your Pet’s Neuter Surgery

If your male pet undergoes a neuter surgery, and this is your first postoperative experience, you may be surprised that your furry pal still appears to be intact, especially if they were neutered later in life. Our team at Garden City Veterinary Care wants to clear up...