Written by staff oncologist and internist, Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, the Animal Medical Center’s weekly blog is an engaging and educational resource for pet owners looking for pet health tips and information.
In partnership with Sirius XM, the Animal Medical Center presents ‘Ask the Vet,’ a podcast all about the pets we love and how to care for them. Dr. Ann Hohenhaus answers questions for pet parents, chats with leading animal experts, and talks about the most concerning issues for our furry friends.
The advancement of veterinary knowledge is central to the Animal Medical Center’s mission, and our staff regularly undertake pioneering research to make sure we’re able to provide the best possible outcomes for our patients.
For more than 50 years, the Animal Medical Center has conducted clinical trials to contribute new scientific knowledge and improve the medical and surgical care for animals.
Public education is one of AMC’s founding principles and an enduring mission. Use this calendar to spread awareness of common pet health topics among your veterinary clients, colleagues, family, and friends.
Your cat’s tail can tell you a lot about what’s going on inside her head. It’s important to consider the entire body when reading tail signals, but here are some of the most common tail positions and what they may mean.