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Know What to Look for in Dog Toys

Shopping for pet toys can be overwhelming. With so many choices how do you know what’s right for your pet? Providing your pet with an enriched environment where they can play safely is a part [...]

Tracking the Number of Cases of Lyme Disease in Our Area

Current Advice on Parasite Control: Vector-Borne Diseases - Lyme Disease Last reviewed and edited June 2015 Synopsis CAPC Recommends Screening dogs for exposure to Borrelia burgdorferi due to rapid geographic expansion of endemic areas. In areas where [...]

Expanding Hospital Space

Renovations are underway at the hospital and will be complete later this summer. We are open for business throughout construction with a separate entrance and full existing facilities. Our new expansion will feature two [...]

Should I Declaw My Cat?

The American Animal Hospital Association strongly opposes the declawing of domestic cats and supports veterinarians’ efforts to educate cat owners and provide them with effective alternatives. Scratching is a normal feline behavior. Cats scratch to [...]

Canine Influenza & Avian Influenza Outbreaks

There have been several ongoing avian influenza outbreaks in the U.S. since December 2014, and a canine influenza strain previously not seen here arrived from Asia in 2015. We have information to help veterinarians [...]

Antibiotic use & resistance: AVMA’s efforts seen in federal initiatives

A long-awaited federal rule governing how medically important antibiotics can be used in food animals was released today, on the same day that AVMA CEO Dr. Ron DeHaven participated in a White House forum [...]

Pet Food & Product Recalls/Alerts

When pet foods or animal-related products are recalled, or alerts are issued about safety concerns, you need to know asap. We update our information as soon as we receive notification and can verify that [...]

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition in cats and dogs even though it's completely preventable. Dr. Cindy Charlier explains what periodontal disease is and how we can prevent our pets from getting it.

Is this Normal?

We can't ask our pets if they're feeling okay, so how do we know if something is wrong with them? Dr. Shelly Rubin explains some signs to look for and when it's necessary to take [...]

In the Exam Room: Preventive Care Visits

We can't ask our pets if they're feeling okay, so how do we know if something is wrong with them? Dr. Shelly Rubin explains some signs to look for and when it's necessary to take [...]

Heartworm Prevention

Did you know that heartworm is one of the most deadly ailments in pets? Did you also know it's almost 100% preventable? Dr. Shelly Rubin tells you all you need to know about heartworms and [...]

Microchips: Your Best Bet to Get Back a Lost Pet

Microchips are your best bet to get back a lost pet. Ask your veterinarian about microchips today!

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