Dr. Pamela Clary is a veterinarian who comes when you call. With a home base in the Central West End, she has been seeing cats and dogs in their home environments for 13 years. Before that, she worked ER and critical care in addition to a general practice. Prior to that, Dr. Clary worked with… Read more »
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We don’t know how you celebrate National Pet First Aid Awareness Month, but at The Watering Bowl, we sent our staff to be trained in pet first aid by the American Red Cross.
Spring and Summer mean more excuses to get outside with your dog. And The Watering Bowl is obviously a huge proponent of more play and more socialization. But we do notice an uptick in things like ticks. Not to worry, it’s all part of the territory. And while we love to play, we aren’t veterinarians…. Read more »
Hashtags are fun. Likes and follows are great. We’ll even go for the occasional retweet now and then. (Oh, the retweets.) But no sequence of emojis can capture the feeling of spending actual time with your dog outside. Just enjoying each others’ company and pursuing new adventures. That’s why we launched a new little initiative…. Read more »
Dog Smarts Seminar, Wednesday March 2 We all know dogs. And we all love dogs. But there’s always more we can learn about them in order to get to know and love them, better and more.
We are spoiled with an abundance of talented, driven staff. They share our passion for dogs, and they always bring interesting experience to our cage-free canine community. Take our black-belt-wearing, rattlesnake-rearing, former zoo intern and wolf sanctuary employee, Kristina.
In this edition of Dog Smarts, we get to hear from the highly-regarded Paul F. Knubley, DVM. He is the owner and sole practitioner at Oakville Veterinary Office, not too far from our South County location.
There have been no reported cases of canine influenza at The Watering Bowl or anywhere in Missouri, for that matter. However, we wanted to share some expert knowledge with you. So, we asked Dr. Bowen, a graduate of the University of Missouri—College of Veterinary Medicine to tell us what she knows, so we are all well aware… Read more »
When the temperature drops and snow begins to fall, it’s an entirely new environment for our adaptable companions. With this winter expected to be one of the coldest on record, we thought it would be a good time to have a conversation with our trusted South County neighbor and veterinarian, Dr. Karen Rooney, about caring… Read more »
As children, many of us dream about helping animals for the rest of our lives. Few of us are lucky enough to follow that notion into a “grown-up” career. For Dr. Tara Brooks of Affton Veterinary Clinic, the path was long and somewhat indirect.