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Heat Stroke : How To Keep Your Pet Cool & Safe This Summer

Heat Stroke : How To Keep Your Pet Cool & Safe This Summer

By Dr. Paige Roberts, Veterinarian Everyone loves spending time outside with their pets especially when the weather is beautiful, and everyone is gathering for grilling or outdoor activities. Warm weather brings lots of fun, but as the temperature and humidity rise,...

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9 (Yes, 9, Not 10) Reasons To Adopt A Mutt

9 (Yes, 9, Not 10) Reasons To Adopt A Mutt

By Dr. Meegan Weiler, Veterinarian Ever loved a dog to bits even though you haven't got the faintest idea what breed it might be? Happens all the time. July 31st is National Mutt Day, so let's explore why getting yourself a mutt (a dog of mixed breed) is an excellent...

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New Innovations in Communication at Rocky Gorge

New Innovations in Communication at Rocky Gorge

By Dr. Steven Wolchinsky, Veterinarian It’s no secret we love technology here at Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital, especially when it improves our patient care and how we communicate with our pet parents. Between the online medical appointment and prescription refill...

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9 (Yes, 9, Not 10) Reasons To Adopt A Mutt

By Dr. Meegan Weiler, Veterinarian Ever loved a dog to bits even though you haven't got the faintest idea what breed it might be? Happens all the time. July 31st is National Mutt Day, so let's explore why getting yourself a mutt (a dog of mixed breed) is an excellent...

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New Innovations in Communication at Rocky Gorge

By Dr. Steven Wolchinsky, Veterinarian It’s no secret we love technology here at Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital, especially when it improves our patient care and how we communicate with our pet parents. Between the online medical appointment and prescription refill...

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Signs Your Pet May Have Asthma

By Dr. Sonia Sandhu, Veterinarian Many people consider asthma to be a problem seen primarily in people, however it can often times affect dogs and cats as well. Asthma in our pets can present as similar symptoms as people, which include wheezing, difficulty breathing,...

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Hyperthyroidism in Cats

By Dr. Anne Ray, Veterinarian Thyroid hormones control the rate of many activities in the body. These include how fast you burn calories and how fast your heart beats. All of these activities are your body's metabolism. If your thyroid is too active, it makes more...

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Horrible Heartworms

By Dr. Karen Farnan, Veterinarian When I was in Vet School I did a necropsy on a dog who was euthanized for severe heartworm disease. The sight of those worms is something that I have never forgotten. Big, white spaghetti-like worms filling up the heart and the major...

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Spring Has Sprung – Seasonal Pet Tips

By Dr. Steven Wolchinsky, Veterinarian Now that you’ve made it through the winter you’ll be anxious to get outside with your pet and start your Springtime activities. Everything from gardening to spring cleaning is on the list as you prepare to get out and about. Your...

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Spring Poison Prevention for Pets

By Dr. Rachel Duncan, Veterinarian We all want to keep our family safe, including our four-legged family members.Pets are amongst the most vulnerable for poison ingestion. Dogs and cats are keen to explore new things, ingest substances quickly, and are not able to...

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