The tooth, the whole (pet) tooth, and nothing but…..

Ask the RV Vet With Dr. Deanna Tolliver, M.S., DVM  YourRVvet@gmail.com Dear Dr. Deanna—We travel with our two dogs, Princess, a miniature poodle, and Ruby, a Boxer. Princess has really horrible breath. Ruby, not so much. My husband thinks that Princess just has “doggy breath” but I think it’s much worse than that. Could she have an infected tooth?—Ramona B.... Read More

Are you ticked off by ticks?

Ask the RV Vet With Dr. Deanna Tolliver, M.S., DVM  YourRVvet@gmail.co It’s spring! And that means being outside, hiking, picnics, and … TICKS!  It’s a fact: There are more ticks now than there used to be. Why? (1) Their host populations (deer and mice) are rising; (2) warmer temperatures, due to climate change, are increasing tick habitat (Click here for a... Read More

RV Pet Vet: How to avoid hot dogs (and other hot pets)

Ask the RV Vet With Dr. Deanna Tolliver, M.S., DVM  YourRVvet@gmail.com Dear RV Vet—When the weather warms up, we worry about leaving our dog in the RV. We always set the AC to a comfortable temperature, but worry about a power failure or having a problem with the AC unit not working. We’ve seen where some people have temperature monitors... Read More

RV Pet Vet: Is your pet prepared for a medical emergency?

Ask the RV Vet With Dr. Deanna Tolliver, M.S., DVM  YourRVvet@gmail.com It’s a Sunday afternoon, you’re in an RV park walking your dog when suddenly he cries out and starts limping. You quickly look down and are startled to see blood dripping slowly from one of his back paws. What do you do next? Let’s stop this scenario right here... Read More