Help for Australia

Posted by admin on January 22, 2020

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Most of us animal lovers are heartbroken over the devastation of the wildfires in Australia. One thing that is amazing about social media is how it can bring people together during a time of need. As a doctor, I have the privilege of belonging to an international group of veterinarians on social media. Many of the veterinarians from Australia are posting updates with supply needs for both private practice or wildlife rescue/rehabilitation. Although donated supplies
By: Jessie L. Rayburn, CVT We are all familiar with the concept of the New Year’s Resolutions. Most resolution goals are centered around the betterment of our physical, mental or emotional well-being. This year, our four-legged family members can join us on the road to a better self! Perhaps the most common New Year’s resolution in the human world revolves around exercise, diet, and weight. While we can go to the gym or create a

Holiday Pet Travel Tips

Posted by admin on December 25, 2019

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The holiday season can be stressful, especially when traveling! The last thing you want to have to worry about is your furry friend’s well-being during this time. A little bit of planning and preparation can save you a lot of heartache! If you don’t have the opportunity to bring your pet along, please remember to check for lodging early, since many options may book up quickly. Always check your pet’s vaccination status 2-3 months prior

Canine Education Newsletter

Posted by admin on December 12, 2019

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Diabetes

Posted by admin on November 19, 2019

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By: Dr. Nicole Blithe As we approach World Diabetes Day, I can’t help but to think of our pet friends that have this disease. My cat, Doc, is a diabetic feline. I diagnosed him right before Memorial Day…….3 days before we were supposed to go away for the long weekend. Our other cat, Pitti Po, had just crossed over the rainbow bridge days before and I remember thinking “Jodi will finally have a healthy cat