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Heartworm Disease

By Dr. Klint Hockenberry Heartworm Disease An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure Heartworm disease is a deadly parasitic disease present throughout the U.S. affecting cats …

Guinea Pigs

By Jessie Rayburn What has four stubby legs, makes a plethora of sounds, and loves to munch on leafy greens? Cavia porcellus of course, the scientific name for the …

Bunnies

When we think of February, most of us think about Valentine ’s Day and showering love on our significant others. This month is also……Adopt a Rescue Rabbit month! Rabbits …

Cats in Captivity

By Dr. Amanda Rouen While our indoor cat companions are undoubtedly living longer and healthier lives, they are restricted to houses/apartments where they must interact with other pets and …

Pet Dentistry

By Dr. James P. Doman Neffsville Veterinary Clinic has an experienced team of veterinarians all committed to excellence in general dentistry of dogs, cats, and rabbits. We care for …

Walk Your Dog Month

Bethany Mihalik, CVT, CVPM, MHRM Did one of your New Year’s resolutions include getting into better physical shape? If so, a four-legged friend may be able to help you …

Diabetes Mellitus

Alexzis Beard, CVT Today, it isn’t uncommon to know someone who has diabetes; but similar to humans, cats and dogs can also be diagnosed with this disease. Did you …

Basic Bunny Nutrition

Jessie L. Rayburn, CVT Anyone who has owned a rabbit knows they are unique and special creatures. These cotton tailed companions house a variety of traits and endearing characteristics. …

Simparica

We are pleased to announce that our clinic has a new product that we are very excited about — Simparica Chewables.  Simparica is a once-monthly, liver-flavored, chewable that helps …

Diarrhea

By Dr. Colleen Carney Top 10 causes for soft stools in dogs and cats Dietary indiscretion: consumption of garbage, foreign material Diet change: fast transition from one food to …

Pet Obesity

Dr. Colleen Carney According to surveys from the Association for the Pet Obesity Prevention, more than half of our dogs and cats are overweight or obese. That equates to …

Arthritis

by Dr. Colleen Carney Arthritis is defined as a painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints.  Generally, we think of degenerative arthritis caused by loss of the cartilage or …

Next Session of Classes

Join us at Neffsville Veterinary Clinic for the next session of our Canine education Classes! New sections in Puppy Socialization, Puppy Manners, and Basic Manners starting the week of …

Fleas & Ticks

Fleas and ticks are more than just annoying pests, they can also cause other health problems for your furry family members. The Neffsville Veterinary Clinic team has created some …

Pampered Pet Month

Celebrate pampered pet month by getting your fur baby pampered in our grooming salon. Our standard dog grooming packages include a bath with basic shampoo, blow dry, ear cleaning, …

Pet Dental Health

By Dr. Klint Hockenberry Did you know that the mouth is the beginning of the digestive system? Teeth and saliva begin the processing of food to make sure nutrients …

Neuter Myths (Dog)

by Kaitlin Evaston This day in age there are many different opinions on the neutering of male dogs. Now whether it’s a “masculine” thing or just simply your own …

Veterinary Myths

By Kaitlin Evaston Working at a veterinary hospital can be extremely trying day in and day out. As a hospital we deal with sick animals, healthy animals, angry animals, …

World Spay Day

By Kaitlin Evaston Each year U.S. shelters euthanize an estimated 2.4 million dogs and cats; that’s one animal every 13 seconds. Shelters across the world are filled with abandoned, …

Cat Friendly Practice

Research shows nearly 60 percent of owners say their cats hate going tothe veterinarian, and almost 40 percent of those owners report that the mere thought of taking their …

Orthopedic Surgery

Dr. Andrew Sloyer and Dr. Klint Hockenberry perform orthopedic surgery with the most common procedures being repair of ruptured anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and repair of the luxating patellas …

Parasites: Roundworms

Parasites – Roundworms Written By Leanne Welch, Client Relations Specialist What are Roundworms? Roundworms are the most common intestinal parasite found in cats and dogs. Roundworms are parasites that …

Pyometra

Pyometra is a life-threatening infection of the uterus. Pyometra only occurs in intact (not spayed) female dogs. By 9 years of age two-thirds of bitches have changes to their …

Cancer in Pets

Cancer is an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells and is the leading cause of death in companion animals. As with people, we don’t know exactly what causes each type …

Heartworm Disease

Heartworm Disease Risks & Prevention By Becca Conner WHAT IS HEARTWORM? Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets in the United States and many other …
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