SOURCE: Prince George's Animal Hospital

October 07, 2011 15:30 ET

New Website Expands Hyattsville Veterinarian Practice Beyond Washington, D.C. to Pet Owners Everywhere

HYATTSVILLE, MD--(Marketwire - Oct 7, 2011) - Pet owners no longer have rush to the vet with general pet questions and concerns -- they can instead let the vet come to them by visiting Prince George's Animal Hospital's new website at Hyattsville veterinarian, Dr. Naren Khianey has been serving pets in Washington, D.C. for the past 25 years, and now the veterinarians at the full-service animal hospital are taking their knowledge and expertise online to benefit pet owners everywhere. Website resources and articles are as varied as the animal hospital's on-site services, information on cat boarding, dog boarding, spay and neuter procedures, animal wellness and general petcare concerns.

The new site contains information for all stages of a pet's life -- and even for people who are still uncertain about what type of new pet to adopt. Valuable information on pet dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets can help in choosing a new animal that best suits the household. New pet owners will find information on pet responsibilities and necessities, such as vaccinations and exams, as well as obedience and training tidbits. Prince George's Animal Hospital takes advantage of the multimedia aspect of its new website by offering videos designed to inform and amuse.

Pets of all ages can benefit from the vet clinic website sections dedicated to common animal ailments. Helpful information on arthritis, hip dysplasia, fleas and other parasites and a range of various health issues is available any time of the day or night. General pet care tips on grooming, making the most of mealtime and specialized seasonal care are on the animal hospital site, as are articles about first aid and traveling safely with an animal.

People of all ages also benefit from the special children's section on the animal hospital site. The section features online games and quizzes as well as printable games and puzzles so children can have fun while learning more about animal care. A wellness coloring book is also available on the site, which gives the rundown on the care pets need to achieve a long and happy life.

Those who want to learn more about veterinarians can do so with resources which explain training and accreditations, such as Prince George's Animal Hospital's certification with the American Animal Hospital Association. The site even features a Vetopedia section, which is a glossary of terms used by vets in treating animals. Pet owners no longer have to scratch their heads when veterinarians use terms such as abdominocentesis and viscerocutaneous. If any questions are not answered or addressed on the site, the resources section alerts readers to other trusted sources on the web.

Prince George's Animal Hospital website,, can be used when scheduling visits, checking on a pet's information or prescriptions with a special pet portal for existing or new clients who live in the Hyattsville and Washington D.C. areas.

Contact Information

  • Prince George's Animal Hospital
    Hyattsville, MD