• Blood Work for Wellness
    At Lifetime Pet Centers our focus is annual, routine wellness care for your pet. We believe that proper prevention prolongs your pet's life while improving the quality. A big part of Read more
  • Halloween Pet Safety
    Halloween can be a fun time of the year for everyone in your family. Kids dressed up in costumes collecting candy. Adults decorating, passing out candy, then later stealing the candy Read more
  • Preventative Wellness Plans- Coming Soon!
    It has been almost a month since our last blog post and hospital update! We have been busy here at Lifetime Pet Centers, preparing our new wellness plans for dogs Read more
  • Happy Valentine's Day!
    Dr. Miller has some words of wisdom for you this Valentine's Day:Valentine's day is for you and your loved ones.......and florists and chocolatiers.  So, you bring home that heart shaped box Read more
  • Caution! This Extreme Winter Weather Poses Health Hazards for Your Pets
    This week Dr. Miller will be writing this blog post to offer you and your pet important safety tips in the face of this cold weather we are having. -Sarah1. The Read more
  • Getting your Cat to the Vet
    Recent studies have shown that only about 50% of the cats owned in the United States ever see a veterinarian (and there are twice as many cats kept as companion Read more
  • Adopt a Senior Pet Month
    November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month! Check out this great article from the ASPCA about why adopting senior pets is sometimes the best choice. In other news: We are VERY Read more
  • February: Pet Dental Health Month
    February is National Pet Dental Health Month and there are many ways to participate for the benefit of your pet!When was the last time you brushed your teeth? Ok, now Read more
  • Winter Weather Safety
    Winter is here and in full-force, with today's temperature dropping well below 0 degrees F. It is very important to keep several things in mind when it gets this cold Read more
  • Winter Parasite Prevention
    Even though the Christmas trees are decorated and the snow is piling up outside of our doors parasite prevention is still important for your dogs, cats, rabbits, and ferrets. We Read more
  • Wellness Plans, Learn more!
    Annual Preventive Wellness Plans are now available at our New Richmond hospital! Plans are available for all healthy dogs and cats of any age. Please contact us to learn more Read more
  • Wellness Plans are now Available at New Richmond
    Annual Preventive Wellness Plans are now available at our New Richmond hospital location. You now have the option of purchasing a full year of care for your pet for a Read more
  • April: Heartworm Awareness Month
    Heartworm disease is spread to our cats and dogs by mosquito bite. Southern Ohio is affected by this yucky parasite almost year-round. If it is warm and humid enough, no Read more
  • Spring Allergies
    After a grueling winter, spring has finally arrived.  Everything is greening and blooming.  It’s a wonderful time of year… unless you have allergies.  The air is being bombarded with pollens Read more
  • Ticks! What are they good for? Absolutely Nothin'!
    This is what I ask myself every spring.  Spring is the season of birth and rebirth; puppies, kittens, calves, foals, greening of trees, grass; you know, happy things. So why Read more
  • MVC & Continuing Education
    The Midwest Veterinary Conference occurs Feb 20 to Feb. 24. Myself , my practice manager, and select staff members will be attending the conference this year. These proceedings are about continuing Read more

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