Ever struggle to get your pet through the door of a veterinarian clinic? We all know how stressful a visit to the vet can be for both you an…
In today’s Animal Kingdom segment, Dr. Edhlund with Gentle Vets Hawaii Kai answers YOUR pet questions.
The human-animal bond is a mutually beneficial and dynamic relationship between people and animals that is influenced by behaviors that are …
Gentle Vets Hawaii Kai wellness care and preventive medicine go beyond vaccination and parasite treatment.
Gentle Vets Hawaii Kai wants you to know why vaccines are important – which ones are a MUST for your pet.
Behavioral care is so important for our pets. Pets live in our families and they must learn to behave properly if they want a welcoming fami…
The holidays can be stressful for pets, and Gentle Vets Hawaii Kai has some tips for you.
Pets are living longer and longer but that also means we are seeing more pets dealing with cancer. Gentle Vets Hawaii Kai is here to keep yo…
A lot of people will be traveling this holiday season. If you have a pet, will they be traveling with you?
Dogs can suffer from poisoning for many reasons – from certain foods, chemicals found in or around the home, etc.
We all know that we need to have the ohana prepared for natural disaster, but what about are pets?
Dog bites can happen for a lot of reasons, from a puppy in the teething stage nipping you to an attack by a strange dog.
A clean mouth is not just cosmetic, dirty teeth can cause major health issues, including heart and kidney disease.
Just like humans, pets have allergies too.
It’s fairly common for a dog or cat to become infected with an internal or external parasite at some point in its lifetime. In today’s Anima…
Just like us, our four-legged friends can get sick or injured. And with all the technology available, there are many treatment options avail…
Does your pet seem stressed or have behavioral problems when left alone?
Gentle Vets has invested in imaging technology which is astonishing in the answers it provides.
Dr. Edhlund has some advice when you are growing your family, whether it be a new pet or baby
If a natural disaster strikes, what will happen to your pet?