Earl's Of Wisdom

Earl's of Wisdom

Welcome to our blog! 

Earl's of Wisdom was started in October of 2017 by Dr. Rebecca Cozzarelli, whose kitty, Earl, has become our little spokesman. On this page, we are committed to keeping you up to date on important news that affects pet owners. If you have any questions about the content you find here, please contact us at 973-887-0522.

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Poison Prevention Month: What You Need to Know
Author: Lisa Shedden
Created: March 3, 2020

Our pets tend to be inquisitive little creatures! They just love checking for treasure in purses, cabinets, trash cans, and everywhere else they aren’t supposed to be! Unfortunately, this can sometimes lead Read More...

Vlog: Veterinary Technician Week 2019
Featuring: Dr. Megan Edelle
Created: October 14, 2019

Check out Dr. Edelle explaining everything our awesome technicians do for your pets! 

How To Tell If Your Pet Is In Pain
Created: September 10, 2019

Pets feel pain for many of the same reasons as humans: infections, dental problems, arthritis, bone disease, and Read More...

National Pet Preparedness Month: Are You Prepared for an Emergency?
Author: Lisa Shedden
Created: June 3, 2019

June is National Pet Preparedness Month! Do you have a plan for your pet(s) in case an emergency occurs? Read More...

VLOG: Open House 2019: Surgery Demonstration
Featuring Dr. Mattaur and technician Kasara
Created: June 1, 2019

Dr. Mattaur and technician Kasara demonstrate how we prepare your pet for surgery and care for them before, during, and after their procedures.

Dr. Cozzarelli Explains Why Your Pet's Dental Health is Important
Author: Dr. Rebecca Cozzarelli
Created: February 1, 2019

It is very important to maintain proper oral hygiene for your pets.  Brushing your pet’s teeth is a major component to maintaining good dental care. We encourage all owners to try to brush their pet’s teeth at least... Read More

Feline Bartonella Disease Explained by Dr. Cozzarelli
Author: Dr. Rebecca Cozzarelli
Created: December 18, 2018

Did you know over 500 people are hospitalized each year from Cat Scratch Fever? This disease occurs when people are Read More...

World Rabies Day: Dr. Cozzarelli Explains the Importance of the Rabies Vaccine

Author: Dr. Rebecca Cozzarelli
Created: Sept 28, 2018

National Rabies Awareness Day is September 28th.  Rabies is a fatal disease of warm-blooded animals to which there is no treatment. It is also a highly zoonotic disease, meaning it can be transmitted from pets to humans.  Transmission is most commonly Read More...

Dr. McComas Explains What You Need to Know About the NexGard Warning
Author: Dr. Elena McComas

Created: Sept 27, 2018

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning regarding the Isoxazaline class of flea and tick medications used in dogs and cats.  Medications included in this class of drugs are Nexgard, Bravecto, Simparica, and Credelio. There have been some reported Read More...

Hospice Care and Euthanasia: How to Know It's Time

Author: Dr. Elena McComas
Created: Sept 10, 2018

Pets are increasingly becoming an integral part of our families. We experience many milestones in life with them, such as births, graduations, weddings, and death. As our pets age, they become prone to developing Read More...

VLOG: Dr. Edelle Discusses Our Vaccination Protocol

Author: Dr. Megan Edelle
Created: August 28, 2018

Hey guys! Good morning. It's Dr. Edelle. I'm here with you today with my little dog Pearl. She is a 6lb Miniature Mexican hairless. We got her about eight years ago from Mt Pleasant Animal Shelter. She was a rescue from a puppy mill. Anyway, I'm here today because Read More...

VLOG: How to Tell If Your Pet Is Overweight
Author: Dr. Andrea Pribula
Created: August 10, 2018

Hi everyone! It's Dr. Pribula. I'm here with my little guy, Opie. We just wanted to have a little chat with you all about obesity and how to find if your pet's an appropriate, healthy weight. And maybe some tips and tricks for getting Read More...

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