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Nov 16, 2015

National Diabetes Month

November is National Diabetes Month. In addition to raising awareness about diabetes in humans, this month is a reminder that animals can also develop the disease. Many pet owners know that diabetes can occur in ...

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Oct 20, 2015

Frequently Asked Questions by Pet Owners

As veterinary professionals, we naturally love animals and enjoy caring for them each day. In addition to being doctors, we are teachers. We carefully listen to the questions asked by concerned pet owners and then ...

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Sep 09, 2015

Microchipping: Many Happy Returns

When a pet gets lost or stolen, the effects on a family are devastating. The first few hours are often critical in trying to locate a pet. Putting up signs, notifying your local animal shelter, ...

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Jul 28, 2015

Pool Safety for Pets

Summer means fun in the sun. If you are fortunate enough to own a pool, or have access to one that allows dogs, it’s important to be aware of the hazards. The goal is to enjoy ...

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Jul 07, 2015

Veterinary Care in the Comfort of Your Home

It’s no surprise that many of our kitty cat friends are not big fans of leaving the house, let alone going for car rides and visiting the veterinarian. Cat owners have even been forced to ...

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Jun 17, 2015

Preventing Heat Stroke in Pets

Heat stroke is an emergency that requires immediate owner intervention and medical treatment. It occurs when an animal’s body temperature rises outside of a safe range. Preventing heat stroke in pets is especially important in ...

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Jun 05, 2015

Heartworm Disease

  Warmer weather and the presence of mosquitoes are not only signs of spring but also the start of heartworm season. This deadly disease has been reported in all 50 states and our pets depend ...

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Jun 02, 2015

New Minimally-Invasive Options to Treat Bladder Stones in Pets

Bladder stones (uroliths) occur frequently in both dogs and cats. While diet and medication can help dissolve some types of stones, others require procedures to remove them; which often means an open abdominal surgery with ...

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May 20, 2015

Emergency Preparedness for Pets

Storm season is upon us. Knowing how to prepare for a potential disaster is essential to keeping your family organized and safe. This includes emergency preparedness for pets, both indoor animals and livestock. Our pets ...

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Apr 01, 2015

Easter Pet Safety

The first day of Spring has already occurred but many people associate the Easter holiday with the beginning of this new, and warmer, season. Like all holidays, Easter brings its share of hazards to our ...

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