• Lower-Stress Ways to Get Your Cat in a Carrier

    Aug 22 2022

    Cats receive far less medical care than dogs, and one of the most frequently cited barriers to vet visits is difficulty getting cats into their carrier. Cats often distrust, dislike,…

  • COVID-19 and your Pets – Risks & Precautions

    Mar 31 2020

    The past few weeks have brought much change into our lives and resulted in a great deal of uncertainty, including about our pets – who many of us are suddenly…

  • Open House Oct 16 4-7pm – Please Join Us!

    Oct 10 2019

    You’re invited! Please join us Wednesday, October 16th from 4 – 7 p.m. for our grand re-opening Open House! Every aspect of our new clinic was designed and built with…

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    We want YOUR ideas for our new logo!

    May 09 2019

    WE WANT YOUR IDEAS! With our new clinic under construction, we’re freshening everything up…including our logo! Our top priority is to add a cat, so that all of our patients…

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    I love lilies…but I love my cat more!

    Mar 23 2019

    Our final Pet Poison Prevention week article is about lilies- one of the most dangerous toxins that cats can be exposed to. Almost every kind of lily is lethal to…

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    Garlic, onions, chives and leeks are poisonous to cats and dogs

    Mar 21 2019

    Onions, garlic, chives, and leeks may be the basis of many culinary masterpieces. but today’s Pet Poison Prevention Week article explains why this “fearsome foursome” is bad news for cats…

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    Grapes, raisins and currants…the mysterious toxins

    Mar 20 2019

    Pet Poison Prevention Week continues, and today’s focus is grapes, raisins, and currants, which can cause kidney failure and even death in dogs. That includes oatmeal raisin cookies, cinnamon raisin…

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    Never give human pain medications to your pets!

    Mar 19 2019

    Today’s Pet Poison Prevention Week article is about human pain medications…and why you should NEVER give them to your pets! Over-the-counter pain or anti-inflammatory medications like Aleve (naproxen), Advil (ibuprofen),…

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    Chocolate…the Most Common Toxin Consumed by our Canine Patients

    Mar 18 2019

    This week is Poison Prevention week, so we will be sharing important information about different pet toxins all week long. Easter is just around the corner with all of its…

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    Diabetes in Cats and Dogs

    Nov 14 2018

    Today is World Diabetes Day! Did you know that diabetes is actually quite a common condition in dogs and cats? Read on to learn how to help prevent your pet…