Dr. Richter – Biography
About Dr. Gary Richter, MS, DVM
Dr. Gary Richter loves animals, and is passionate about keeping them healthy and happy as long as possible. He has received more than 30 awards due to his expertisein the field, and The American Veterinary Medical Foundation recently named Dr. Richter “America’s Favorite Veterinarian.”
Dr. Richter has been at the forefront of pet nutrition for two decades, and has helped so many dog and cat owners make the best possible choices for their furry friends. Man’s best friend is an incredible animal, one that has become a loving part of millions of families around the world. Whether you have a German Shepherd, a Border Collie, a Great Dane, or any other kind of breed, you know just how fantastic a dog can be. If you... Scratching is a common cat behavior just like meowing or napping. But, why do cats scratch? Turns out, there are a number of reasons that cats like to claw at things. Read below to learn why cats scratch and about the importance of providing them with training and a... Dog zoomies. The washtub runaround. Bubble bonanza. Call it what you will. Lots of dogs seem to go bananas after a bath or shower. It’s generally harmless behavior and not cause for much concern. But, why do dogs go crazy after a bath? Turns out, there are a number of... If you’re wondering how to keep your dog entertained while at work, you’re definitely not alone. A lot of dog parents are wondering the same thing. How do they make sure their pet stays happy and occupied for hours at a time while they’re at the office? Your pooch... You may be surprised to learn there is very little empirical research to give a firm answer to this important question: How long can you leave a cat alone? Despite a lack of concrete guidelines, cat parents can create a more supportive, safer environment for their... It happens when you least expect it: You’re lounging on the couch with your best four-legged buddy relaxing after a long day. Suddenly, you feel it… a wet, cold, canine tongue in your ear canal. Your pup seems perfectly thrilled with this, but you’re not. So now...