Canine Lymphoma

Posted by admin on November 19, 2019

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  By: Dr. Jessica L. Grove   Lymphoma is a malignant form of cancer that can affect both cats and dogs, and originates from solid organs and/or tissues such as lymph nodes, skin, liver, and spleen. In canines, this type of cancer’s etiology is multifactorial, meaning no single cause has been identified. However, there is a known genetic component which makes this neoplasia more common in particular breeds such as Boxers, Rottweilers, Golden Retrievers, and

November 2019 Newsletter

Posted by admin on November 19, 2019

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Your Senior Pet Can Stay Young at Heart

Posted by admin on November 19, 2019

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By: Jessie L. Rayburn, CVT As humans get older, there are certain aspects of health that should be evaluated. The same mindset applies to our four-legged companions. Some parts of the ageing process can be measured preemptively and made to have a lesser impact through monitoring and evaluation. Other aspects can be delayed through proactive action and supplementation. While no one wants to think about their beloved furry family member getting old, we can help

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Posted by admin on October 16, 2019

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Violence is not limited to people, and pets are often threatened or injured by a partner as a way to control family members. Studies show that 71 % of battered women reported their pets had been threatened, harmed or killed by their partners. As many as one-third of domestic violence victims delay leaving their situation out of concern for their pet’s safety. Pets are true friends to us, to our children, and a comfort during

National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day

Posted by admin on August 23, 2019

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By Bethany Mihalik, CVPM, MHRM, CVT, CCFP August 22nd is National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day, and the “purrfect” time to get your kitty’s annual wellness checkup. We know that bringing your feline friend to visit us can sometimes be a challenge. In a national study that tracked veterinary care for cats, owners cited the stress of transporting their pet to the hospital as the number one reason they decided to forgo the