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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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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...

read more
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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NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS FOR YOUR PET

NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS FOR YOUR PET

By Dr. Lindsay Lane, Veterinarian It’s that time of year again folks! We all try to make those new year’s resolutions; all good intentions yet sometimes failed. I try to remind myself to be realistic and set myself up for success! Why shouldn’t we offer the same for...

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5 Tips To Care For Your Pet In Winter

5 Tips To Care For Your Pet In Winter

By Dr. Emily Bishop, Veterinarian 1. Know the limit – just like people, pet’s tolerance for the cold varies. A good rule of thumb is to limit outdoor walks/activities to no more than 30 minutes at a time. Thin, short-haired, very young or senior pets tend to have a...

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Think Twice Before Giving A Pet As A Present

Think Twice Before Giving A Pet As A Present

By Dr. Megan Weiler, Veterinarian Let me share a personal, relevant story. My grandfather, the reason I am a veterinarian, always loved animals. My grandmother – not so much. She was known to take good aim with her BB gun at the squirrels in their backyard. So, for...

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8 Holiday Treats To Keep Away From Pets

8 Holiday Treats To Keep Away From Pets

By Dr. Robyn Johnson, Veterinarian The holidays are upon us and one of the best parts are the food and treats that are shared. These treats, while delicious for humans, can cause many problems with your beloved pets.Chocolate. Chocolate is the most common treat to...

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What To Look Out For As Your Pet Ages

What To Look Out For As Your Pet Ages

By Dr. Karen Farnan, Veterinarian As our furry friends get older, we want to make sure that they are as healthy, happy, and comfortable as possible. There is so much we can do for them as veterinarians; I want to encourage you to bring them in to see us regularly,...

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