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Why Routine Blood Work Is Important

In a busy veterinary practice, running blood work on dogs and cats is commonplace.  It is a vital tool that allows veterinarians to properly diagnose and treat our patients.  Most clients expect that their veterinarian will do this when their pet is sick.  But what about that seemingly healthy dog or cat?  Is there any […]

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Introducing a New Cat to Your Household

Cats are territorial and independent creatures. Feral cats guard large territories and do not seek other cats; actually they avoid contact as much as possible. These characteristics can make introducing a new cat to your home a stressful experience that requires a lot of patience.  Together we can make this transition as stress (and injury!) […]

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Oral Inflammation In Cats

If your cat is anything like my house-lion Preid, thoroughly examining their mouth is likely not an easy task!  It’s important, however, to regularly check your cat’s mouth for any signs of dental disease and oral inflammation.  Because cats are so good at hiding signs of discomfort and pain, they may not necessarily exhibit obvious […]

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How to Prevent Intestinal Parasites in Pets

With the warm summer weather finally upon us it is time to start talking about intestinal parasites.  Intestinal parasites are spread through the ingestion of contaminated feces and infected hosts.  These parasites can negatively affect our pets’ health as well as our own.  We recommend adhering to the following deworming protocol for dogs. All adult […]

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5 Questions to Ask Your Vet

You’ve made the effort to bring your furry friend in for their annual veterinary check-up; GOOD WORK!! Regular preventive care can go a long way towards improving your pet’s quality of life.  Optimize your vet visit by asking these five questions: 1.    How are my pet’s teeth?  Dental health is one of the most overlooked […]

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