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Fall Hazards


Cats and cars Who knew that banging on your car hood might save a life? When the weather turns cold, outdoor cats seek warm, quiet, secluded places to rest. What better place, then under the hood of a recently driven car that’s nice and toasty warm. The injuries that can occur include burns, lacerations, degloving […]



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Celebrating the life of Piper


Piper No one ever wants to hear that their beloved young pet has a chronic disease that will affect their length and quality of life.  Unfortunately, congenital and early onset disease conditions do occur in young animals.  Piper is a reminder to all of us about the importance of early disease detection and how it […]



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In memoriam


  Oliver, a handsome brown tabby, was friendly, boisterous, and good-natured – he provided us with three years of affection and happiness. He loved people and was a great ambassador of the clinic. Oliver, sitting on the front desk greeting patients, and getting under our feet when running through the clinic from whatever invisible “thing” […]



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March is National Tick Awareness Month


How much do you know about ticks? Do you know where you’re most likely to find them? At what temperature they start looking for a blood meal? Or when you should start your pet on tick control? Find out how to outsmart ticks during #NationalTickAwarenessMonth, which runs until the end of March. Call us today! […]



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