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When Concerns for Your Pet’s Food Are Too Much to Swallow …

What we feed our pets is an extension of love and nurture. We want to feed the healthiest and tastiest without worrying about the quality of a selected commercially sold product. Recently, concerns for alleged problems with the Purina brand Beneful have … Continue reading

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All I Want for Christmas…

Holiday cheer is everywhere – glittering décor, bright lights, smiles and joy! As we prepare our homes for the celebration of family and blessings this December…we must also prepare our homes for not only Santa’s arrival, but the safety of … Continue reading

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Handful of Tears

Caring for the hearts at both ends of the leash…a veterinarian’s job doesn’t stop at the pet but encompasses caring for the entire family.  From minor illnesses and sometimes devastating traumas, my job and the emotions that flow during any … Continue reading

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Regarding Ebola and Our Pets

In recent news, the developments with the Ebola virus infection has everyone looking for and asking questions about the risks to themselves and their loved ones. I sit here looking into the deep brown eyes of my Angel, and thinking like an … Continue reading

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Food for Thought

Recently, dog food marketing  trends and fads of what’s best and healthiest have led to a feeding frenzy. The overwhelming question we all ponder as we stroll up and down multiple rows of pet food…what’s the reason for all of … Continue reading

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Sago Palm Toxicity – A Pretty Yet Poisionous Plant

Spring is here! Before exercising your green thumb, learn more about what’s safe to plant in your pet’s yard. Many beautiful plants might be hazardous to your dogs and cats. The Sago palm plant is one particular tropical plant that … Continue reading

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When Your Pet Needs Emergency Medical Care

By Jennifer Hennessey, DVM, CVJ Your beloved pet can become ill or suffer an accidental trauma at any time. During those times when your family veterinarian’s office is closed, there will be a local animal emergency clinic open, waiting to … Continue reading

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