1. Choose Us for Mardi Gras Pet Boarding This Year!

    Mardi Gras is just a few months away, and it’s never too early to begin planning how you’ll celebrate in the Big Easy this year. It’s important to make sure that your furry friends are taken care of while you’re away, so in today’s post, we’ll explain just a few of the reasons why you should choose Clearview Veterinary Hospital for Mardi Gras pet boarding this year. When you’ve finis…Read More

  2. We’re Moving!

    We just wanted to post one more reminder that July 28th, 2018 was our last working day in our current location at 4407 Veterans Memorial Blvd Metairie, LA 70006.  We'll be honest with you, its a bit bittersweet.  Dr. Tosh has built the practice and served our many client families of Metairie from this location for the last 30 years; these years of memories serve as a reminder of the work it has …Read More

  3. We’re Moving!

    Clearview Veterinary Hospital has some wonderful news that we are excited to share with all of our new and long standing clients, we are moving!  In order to remain your premier Veterinary Hospital in Metairie, we have located a new home which is close to our current hospital, yet offers much more boarding and outdoor walking space for our four legged friends.  Our new home will remain near the …Read More

  4. Flea Prevention Part 2

    How can you control fleas around your home? The most important thing to realize is that even if your pets are indoor only it will take you about three months to eradicate an infestation assuming no new fleas are introduced into your home. (This doesn't mean that you have to deal with living fleas for the next three months, it just means there may be fleas hatching out for that long) The adult flea…Read More

  5. Flea Prevention

    Flea prevention is a constant concern for many pet owners in Louisiana. With our humidity and relatively warm winters we find these unwanted passengers hanging around year round! So what do you need to know? Your flea prevention method and how strict you are about it is really going to depend on the environment of your backyard and in your home. The safest thing to do will always be to keep your p…Read More