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ROCKY GORGE PAW’DCAST – EPISODE 1

ROCKY GORGE PAW’DCAST – EPISODE 1

By David ElfassiWelcome to the Rocky Gorge Paw'dcast! Our very own David Elfassi takes us on a deep dive into veterinary world best practices, what happens on our side of the counter here at Rocky Gorge, and tips and tricks for happy pets and pet parents.This first...

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Adopting a Cat

Adopting a Cat

By Dr. Anne Ray, VeterinarianAre you considering adopting a cat? That’s exciting and there are a few things to consider before taking the plunge. FIRST  -  Adult cat or kitten? If adopting a kitten, I recommend one that has been with it’s mother until the weaning age...

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CICADAS – 17 Years Ago…

CICADAS – 17 Years Ago…

By Marlene Wolchinsky, Director of Resort & Spa OperationsHarry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, The Incredibles, and Meet the Fockers were released in the movies, the Summer Olympics were held in Greece, gas was $2.10, and trillions of Brood X cicadas dug down...

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Flea and tick prevention

Flea and tick prevention

By Dr. Meegan Weiler, VeterinarianFlea and tick prevention. Not a super exciting topic unless you get fleas in your house or your pet gets Lyme disease, then it becomes a very critical discussion. Keep in mind if your pet gets fleas only 5% of the problem is on your...

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ROCKY GORGE PAW’DCAST – EPISODE 1

ROCKY GORGE PAW’DCAST – EPISODE 1

By David ElfassiWelcome to the Rocky Gorge Paw'dcast! Our very own David Elfassi takes us on a deep dive into veterinary world best practices, what happens on our side of the counter here at Rocky Gorge, and tips and tricks for happy pets and pet parents.This first...

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Adopting a Cat

Adopting a Cat

By Dr. Anne Ray, VeterinarianAre you considering adopting a cat? That’s exciting and there are a few things to consider before taking the plunge. FIRST  -  Adult cat or kitten? If adopting a kitten, I recommend one that has been with it’s mother until the weaning age...

read more
CICADAS – 17 Years Ago…

CICADAS – 17 Years Ago…

By Marlene Wolchinsky, Director of Resort & Spa OperationsHarry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, The Incredibles, and Meet the Fockers were released in the movies, the Summer Olympics were held in Greece, gas was $2.10, and trillions of Brood X cicadas dug down...

read more
Flea and tick prevention

Flea and tick prevention

By Dr. Meegan Weiler, VeterinarianFlea and tick prevention. Not a super exciting topic unless you get fleas in your house or your pet gets Lyme disease, then it becomes a very critical discussion. Keep in mind if your pet gets fleas only 5% of the problem is on your...

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Heartworm Disease In Pets

Heartworm Disease In Pets

By Dr. Lindsay Lane, Veterinarian Guess what? April is Heartworm Disease Awareness month!! And I apologize for starting off with a super nasty picture, but they say a picture is worth a thousand words and I am hoping that this picture will make your heartworm...

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Top 5 toxins to avoid this EASTER

Top 5 toxins to avoid this EASTER

By Dr. Aubrie Smith, Veterinarian1. Easter Grass This festive Easter decoration can be very appealing to our pets, especially cats. Our pets cannot break down this plastic material in their digestive tract. This can lead to gastrointestinal obstruction and need for...

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The Chronicles of Wilson – Toddler Pup

The Chronicles of Wilson – Toddler Pup

By Dr. Marisa Pasekoff, VeterinarianSo, Wilson is now 9 months old and he’s the stereotypical Golden Retriever puppy. He craves attention. Whenever we come home, or even just enter the room, he finds the nearest bone or toy and immediately brings it to us. Not for us...

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Spring is coming… Are you and your pet ready?

Spring is coming… Are you and your pet ready?

By Dr. Janet Weistock, VeterinarianIf you are not a winter person, then I’m sure you're ready for spring. Here are some tips for getting your pet ready for the spring season. First, if you don’t have your pet on year round heartworm and flea/tick prevention (which I...

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valentines pet dangers

valentines pet dangers

By Dr. Katie Falk, VeterinarianValentine’s Day should only be about you and your pet spending the day doing your favorite things together - treats, fetch, walks, and lots of cuddles. However, Valentine’s Day does come with some potential dangers to our furry partners,...

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