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Fall Flea Festival

In addition to darker mornings, cooler days, and changes in foliage this autumn season, you may also experience a sudden emergence of uninvited houseguests – FLEAS. This is because with…

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Canine Osteoarthritis – Help Stop the Silent Suffering

Unlike humans, dogs cannot vocalize to us when and where “it hurts”, so all too often early signs of Canine Osteoarthritis go unnoticed, resulting in delayed treatment. Sadly, some dogs…

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So why are UTI’s such a problem?

So why are UTI’s such a problem? Well to start, the term UTI (Urinary Tract infection) is often used as an “umbrella term” to cover a variety of different types…

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Is my dog really a senior?

I'd like to introduce you to my handsome boy Lycan. He's a sheltie that is as cuddly as he looks, and is great with my two kids. I've had him…

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Life with my 20 year old cat – Part 1

Say Hello to Miss Gabby. Born June 1st 1999, or as close as I can determine. Gabby was a surprise addition to my family. I was fresh out of college…

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The Potential Dangers of Grain Free Diets

In light of some current events in the pet food world, The FDA has pointed out that grain-free diets may be a cause of a heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy,…

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Important COVID-19 Update

Rest assured — we are here for you and your pet!

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread globally, we are taking precautions to keep our clients, staff, and the community as safe and healthy as possible. Please check our COVID-19 page prior to your pet’s visit for an update on our current approach and response to COVID-19.

Additionally, we have temporarily suspended our hours on Saturday, and if you do not have a scheduled visit, please call before visiting our clinic.

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