Mashable takes Dr. Frione’s advice on dog anxiety products

Mashable reporter Jess Joho reached out to Lakeside Animal Hospital Owner and Veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Frione for advice on dog anxiety products for her pet. Read about Dr. Frione's suggestions. According to Dr. Jennifer Frione, a veterinarian who owns the Lakeside Animal Hospital in Florida, "Our pets have been affected by the COVID-19...

May is Chip Your Pet Month

Losing your pet is not something you expect to happen. According to the American Humane Association, only 15% of dogs and 2% of cats without identification are returned to their owners after they become separated from their families. Give your pet 2 forms of identification for best safety: 1) identification...

Fun Resolutions to Fight Pet Obesity

With the new year comes a renewed push for many people to live happier and healthier. It's also an opportunity to help our pets get in shape as well. To help you get started, here are some fun resolution ideas to explore with your pet. Our 2021 New Year's resolutions...

Dangers of Chocolate and Your Pet

Valentine's Day is coming up and us humans celebrate with chocolates. Unfortunately, our fur-babies cannot enjoy the deliciousness of a smooth, soft, and creamy bite of chocolate. Fortunately for dogs, they have tons of other goodies they can enjoy, including toys and chocolate alternatives that are safe for them. Chocolate is poisonous...

Holiday Homeless Pet Supply Drive

Lakeside Animal Hospital is hosting a holiday food and toy drive for Milo's Dog Rescue of South Florida! Help us collect the items on their wish list to assist puppies, kittens, dogs and cats in need.  Contact us at Lakeside Animal Hospital if you have any questions or need more...

Hanukkah Pet Health and Safety

Hanukkah this year begins on Thursday December 10th , which is the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev. There is no better way to celebrate the Festival of Lights than with your furry friends. Like all celebrations in 2020, Hanukkah will look a little different this year. Large gatherings around the world may...

Pet Diabetes

In honor of National Pet Diabetes Month, lets chat about what Diabetes is exactly. Diabetes Mellitus is a condition that affects the concentration of glucose, or sugar, in your dog’s blood. Diabetes occurs when your fur-baby’s body makes too little insulin, stops producing it completely, or does not utilize insulin properly. Carbohydrates are...

Animal Pain Awareness

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month. Animals are very good at hiding pain, and they can’t tell us what’s wrong. It’s important to be aware of the most common signs of pain so we can identify and treat any problems early. Here are some changes to look for in your pet: A slowdown...

Dogs in Hot Cars

Summer is here! But let’s get real; it is summer all year ‘round in sunny South Florida. The scary reality is that during the summer the days are hot and inside our cars it is even hotter. It is very important that you never leave your fur-baby in your car,...