Dr. Veronica Higgs is a 2010 graduate from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed a 1-year rotating internship in North Carolina before completing a 3-year residency in small animal emergency and critical care in Wisconsin.
Dr. Higgs worked in emergency and critical care for the first ten years of her career and has spent the last few years in small animal private practice. On a personal note, she is married to her amazing husband Nick and they can often be found at the park with their sibling Brussels griffons named Mario and Luigi.
Garlic is an aromatic and tasty addition to many favorite dishes, and it can be found in many forms including raw, in cooked products, minced, or powder. While delicious for people, garlic can be very dangerous for cats to eat. Is Garlic Bad for Cats? Whether cooked or raw, garlic is toxic to cats, and your pet should never eat it in any form, including: Garlic cloves Jarred...