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What is a Vet Tech?

What is a Vet Tech?

When your furry companion comes into our hospital, our incredible veterinary technicians perform much of their care. Whether your pet comes in for an annual wellness visit, hospitalization for an illness, or an anesthetic procedure, you can rest assured your...

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Cognitive Dysfunction At-Home Treatment

Cognitive Dysfunction At-Home Treatment

Rather than waiting until you notice cognitive dysfunction signs in your pet, follow these three tips to help ward off and manage cognitive dysfunction.  #1: Work your senior pet’s mind with thinking games If you don’t use it, you lose it—this is true for your pet’s...

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7 Signs Your Pet Is in Pain

7 Signs Your Pet Is in Pain

Cats and dogs are incredibly skilled at hiding subtle signs of discomfort and pain, often suffering for weeks, months, or sometimes years without complaint. To help pet owners identify pain in their four-legged friends, the International Veterinary Academy of Pain...

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Send Your Pet Back to School: Benefits of Ongoing Training

Send Your Pet Back to School: Benefits of Ongoing Training

As the kids head back to school, whether online or in-person, they’re likely overjoyed to be learning something new and interacting with friends. Your pets will also enjoy novel activities and busting free from boredom after being cooped up this past summer. Here are...

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Benefits of Microchipping Your Pet

Benefits of Microchipping Your Pet

Missing No More: How a Microchip Can Reunite You and Your Pet August 15 is Check the Chip Day for pets with microchips. Each year, we encourage pet owners to stop by so we can quickly scan their pet’s microchip to ensure it hasn’t migrated and is still working, and...

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Camping Safety Tips for Your Pet

Camping Safety Tips for Your Pet

Hit the Trails: Camping Safety for Your Pet As summer fades into fall, there’s no better time to get outdoors and enjoy a camping trip with your furry pal. Experience the delight of the changing leaves, a toasty campfire, and a fuzzy blanket keeping you warm in your...

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6 Facts Dog Owners Should Know About Heatstroke

6 Facts Dog Owners Should Know About Heatstroke

6 Facts Every Dog Owner Should Know About Heatstroke School’s out, the pools are open, and summer is officially here. But, summer isn’t all fun and games. The heat of summer can be dangerous for dogs. Here’s what you need to know to keep your pup safe as the...

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Parasites You Can Get From Your Pet

Parasites You Can Get From Your Pet

Pets can carry pests called zoonotic parasites. These types of parasites can be transmitted from pets to humans, wreaking havoc on us. Here's what you need to know.  Some pets are born with intestinal worms (transmitted from their mother while in utero or through...

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Safe Barbecue Foods for Your Pet

Safe Barbecue Foods for Your Pet

Every time you break out your grilling apron and tongs, and season a slab of ribs, your pooch’s mouth drips with drool. But keep in mind that many of your favorite barbecue foods are not safe for your furry companion to enjoy.    Our team recommends trying these...

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