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May 01, 2020

Now Offering Telehealth!

Now Offering Telehealth!

Connect with one of our veterinarians from the comfort of your home. Pet care should extend beyond the walls of our office and be accessible to you and your pets no matter where you are or ...

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Mar 19, 2020

COVID-19 Updates

At Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals, the health and well-being of your pet and family are our top priority. Policy Update: As the situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve, we have taken measures to reduce potential ...

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Feb 25, 2020

Orthodontic Treatment of Mandibular Canine Tooth Causing Trauma

In the context of veterinary dentistry, occlusion refers to the way the teeth of the upper jaw and lower jaw come together.  In the canine patient, normal occlusion is seen when the lower canine teeth ...

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Feb 12, 2020

Referral Success Story: Dr. Glass

Knowing when to refer a case can make all the difference. Advanced clinical training and access to high-tech equipment allow specialists to better assess and treat more complex cases. By placing your cases and trust ...

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Feb 11, 2020

Guided Tissue Regeneration of a Three-Walled Infrabony Defect of a Left Maxillary Canine Tooth in Dog

Periodontal disease is defined as a plaque-induced pathology of the periodontium (the supporting structures of the tooth) and ranges from gingivitis (stage I) to varying degrees of attachment loss (stages II-IV). There are many forms ...

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Jan 21, 2020

New Year’s Resolutions—Maintaining Your Pet’s Weight in 2020

New Year’s Resolutions—Maintaining Your Pet’s Weight in 2020

As you make your 2020 resolutions, don’t forget to include your furry friend. Since many resolutions focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, this is a good opportunity to evaluate your pet’s body condition and decide ...

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Jan 17, 2020

An Unusual Case of Pyrexia

A 6-year-old FS German Shepherd dog (pictured) presented to Dr. Jill Sammarco with a 3-week history of decreasing appetite and energy level.  She did not eat or move much the 3 days prior to presentation.  ...

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Jan 16, 2020

The Elusive Indolent Ulcer

A client presents his or her dog to you for squinting and redness.  You apply fluorescein stain to the eye and discover a superficial ulcer.  You start a topical antibiotic, pain medication and fit the ...

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Jan 03, 2020

Dr. Jenny Scarano Returns From Maternity Leave

  Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals in Mount Laurel would like to announce our neurologist, Dr. Jenny Scarano will be returning from maternity leave Monday, January 6th. She will be available for consults and procedures Sundays-Thursdays.   ...

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Nov 19, 2019

3 Tips for Preventing Common Holiday Pet Emergencies

3 Tips for Preventing Common Holiday Pet Emergencies

The holidays are stressful and chaotic, and you may not have considered how different routines, foods, and decor could affect your furry friend. A pet emergency could ruin your holiday faster than a fruitcake at ...

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