1610 E. Shields Ave
Fresno, CA 93704
1. Take your pet on a morning walk or run before guest arrive. It will help decrease there excited energy, which will help them to be calm when guest arrive.
1. Securing your garbage bags and garbage cans. Your pet may dig into the garbage to get to the left over food. Rancid old food has bacteria which can harm your pet.
4. Remind guest to not give your pet any table scraps.
5. If your pet is skittish around people it would be best to make a spot for your pet in the home away from the noise and moving guest. They can be crated in a room. Turning the tv or radio on will help distract them. Also giving them their favorite toy can help keep them occupied.
6. Most holiday decorative plants are toxic to your pet. Keep the following out of reach: poinsettias, amaryllis, Baby’s Breath, Sweet William, some ferns, hydrangeas and more
NEW PET INFO.
To see a complete list of food items to keep away from your pet click the link below:
Preventing illness is easier than treating an illness. Learn how to maintain your pets health such as the following: Dental, Skin & Ear Care, Routine Vaccinations, etc.
Click the tab to learn more on prevention.
If you are missing or found a dog/cat here are some tips on what to do.
*If our lines are busy your welcome to text us at (559) 515-2800
Dr. Yoo is not a board certified ophthalmologist, however, his talent and knowledge have been serving local pets for over 25 years.
1. Bones. Turkey & Ham bones can cause a blockage in their intestines.
2. Stuffing. May contain onions, garlic, raisins, all which are toxic to your pet.
3. Yeast Dough. Can cause painful gas or potentially dangerous bloating.
4. Pie or Desserts. Most sugar free sweets & gum contain xylitol which is toxic for your pets.
5. Chocolate, Coffee, and Caffeine. These products contain substances called methylxanthines. When ingested by pets, methylxanthines can cause vomiting and diarrhea, panting, excessive thirst and urination, hyperactivity, abnormal heart rhythm, tremors, seizures and even death.
6. Alcoholic Beverages or Food. Beverages or food products containing alcohol can cause vomiting, diarrhea, decreased coordination, central nervous system depression, difficulty breathing, tremors, abnormal blood acidity, coma and even death.
TOPIC OF THE MONTH: Holiday Safety for your Pets.
PARKING IN BACK
If you would like to schedule an appointment click below.
SI HABLA ESPANOL
Don''t Give Your Pet These Foods:
Shield Stone Pet Hospital, Inc.
Monday - Friday:
8 am to 5:30 pm
9 am to 12:30 pm
Bringing a new family member to your home can be exciting. Here are some overall care tips.