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5 Wishes on Your Cat’s Holiday List

If your cat could talk, what would they ask for for Christmas? Dr. Preston is going to answer that question in this month’s blog post! If you own a cat, you know they are very unique creatures with their own specific behaviors and needs. As a veterinarian and a...

Senior Pets: A Case for Adoption

During this almost year-long pandemic, the veterinary industry has seen a dramatic increase in the demand for medical care of domestic animals. Many have hypothesized that this is partially due to the increase in pet ownership in the last several months. There are...

Pet Wellness Exams: What a pet’s weight and dental health tells us

National Pet Wellness Month was recognized in October, making this a good time to review why wellness appointments are so important for your pet. It is often assumed that wellness appointments are just for vaccination boosters. While vaccinations are very important,...

Rabies Vaccine and Your Pet

The rabies virus is carried by wild animals and spread through saliva - most commonly via the bites or scratches of infected animals. Dogs are the most frequent carriers worldwide but in this country, where we routinely vaccinate dogs, the most common carriers are...

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5 Wishes on Your Cat’s Holiday List

If your cat could talk, what would they ask for for Christmas? Dr. Preston is going to answer that question in this month’s blog post! If you own a cat, you know they are very unique creatures with their own specific behaviors and needs. As a veterinarian and a...

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Senior Pets: A Case for Adoption

During this almost year-long pandemic, the veterinary industry has seen a dramatic increase in the demand for medical care of domestic animals. Many have hypothesized that this is partially due to the increase in pet ownership in the last several months. There are...

read more

Rabies Vaccine and Your Pet

The rabies virus is carried by wild animals and spread through saliva - most commonly via the bites or scratches of infected animals. Dogs are the most frequent carriers worldwide but in this country, where we routinely vaccinate dogs, the most common carriers are...

read more

Tips for Traveling with Your Pet

More people are traveling by car this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are bringing your pet with you, planning ahead will make the adventure safe and enjoyable for your furry family member. Pet Travel Tips from your Veterinarian If traveling by car we do...

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