Entries by Pet University

What is Blastomycosis and Does It Affect Dogs?

For many of us, seeing our dog run joyfully through a forest, farm, stream, or campground brings us as much joy as it brings them.  It is obviously very healthy for dogs to run and play, but there is a risk that all dog owners should know about. Blastomycosis is a fungal infection caused by […]

Understanding Kennel Cough

‘Tis the season for sharing! Many people start to get colds this time of year, and kennel cough (formally knowing as infectious canine tracheobronchitis) starts to show up in dogs.  This condition is an inflammation of the trachea and bronchi.  Dogs with kennel cough start to cough and sneeze much like humans with a cold. Kennel cough […]

PetU Glendale: There’s a New Dog in Town!

With two campuses located in Racine and Milwaukee, Pet University (otherwise known as PetU) is not new to the Milwaukee area, and we are thrilled to have recently opened our 3rd campus – PetU Glendale. The newest PetU is located at 727 W. Glendale Avenue Suite 600 near the Sprecher Brewery.  We are open for […]

Fromm PetFest Is Back — See You There!

It’s that time of year again… Yes, we’ve been talking a lot about back to school time for dogs, but now we’re talking about Fromm PetFest on September 24, 2016 from 10am-6pm!  This annual event has been growing every year and they expect well over 8000 people and dogs again this year at Henry Maier […]

What To Expect While Your Dog Is Boarding at PetU

When you’re getting ready to leave on a trip there is always so much to coordinate. The last thing you want to worry about is whether or not you’ve got everything set related to your dog’s “vacation” while you’re away. We created this dog boarding checklist so you can be one step closer to getting […]

Doggy Phy Ed? It’s Back to School for Dogs Too!

School supplies? Check. Kids’ new shoes? Check. Doggy Day Care? Huh?  Yes, it’s time for back to school in the dog world too! Did you know that 80% of behavior problems in dogs are due to lack of proper socialization and exercise?  If you have kids who have been home most of the summer and […]