Adobe Veterinary Center, nestled in the heart of Tucson, Arizona, is here to support you in your journey of nurturing your equine companion, ensuring their health and behavior are in harmony.
As devoted dog parents, we understand the boundless love, joy, and companionship our furry four-legged friends bring into our lives. Our dogs offer us unwavering loyalty and endless cuddles, making it natural for us to want to spoil them in return.
Caring for our pets’ health is a top priority for any pet owner. As the hot summer months descend upon Tucson, it becomes even more crucial to be aware of our pets’ well-being. While keeping our furry companions active and engaged is important, ensuring they stay properly hydrated is key to their overall health and happiness.
Within the equine community, one prevalent concern that cannot be overlooked is parasite infestation, which commonly affects our equine companions. At Adobe Veterinary Center, our goal is to raise awareness about the common parasites found in horses and to highlight the negative impact they have on equine health and performance.
With the arrival of summer, horse and livestock owners need to take extra care to ensure the well-being of their animals
With the arrival of summer, we humans are quick to embrace the sun, warmth, and outdoor activities. However, it’s important to remember that our furry companions may face unique challenges during this season.
Our pets bring us so much joy and happiness, and it’s essential that we take care of them properly. As pet owners, we need to ensure that our pets are happy, healthy, and safe.
At Adobe Veterinary Center, we specialize in providing neonatal care to help ensure the safe delivery and healthy development of foals.
Horses are magnificent animals that have been domesticated for centuries. As much as we love them and want to keep them healthy, just like humans, they too can suffer from allergies.
Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal condition that can affect both dogs and cats. It’s caused by a parasitic worm that spreads through mosquito bites, leading to sickness and eventual death if left untreated. To raise awareness about this deadly disease, April is dedicated as Heartworm Awareness Month.
National Poison Prevention Week is an annual event that takes place in the third week of March. The purpose of this week is to raise awareness about the dangers of accidental poisoning and to educate people on how to prevent it. While most people are aware of the risks of accidental poisoning to humans, it’s also important to note that pets are also vulnerable to poisoning.
National Horse Protection Day, celebrated on March 1st, serves as a reminder of the significance of safeguarding horses from abuse and neglect and advocating for their welfare. At Adobe Veterinary Center, we aim to raise awareness about this day and provide our professional recommendations on how horse owners can protect their horses.