Posted by on Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 in Uncategorized

1 out of every 100 dogs that reaches the age of 12 will develop diabetes.  In cats it’s estimated that 1 in 250 cats will develop diabetes. What is diabetes? Diabetes is an illness caused when the body cannot use sugar normally (sugar diabetes).  This is the more common type called diabetes mellitus.  Diabetes insipidus […]

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Posted by on Monday, November 5th, 2018 in Uncategorized

Did you know that November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month? Cancer is the leading cause of death for dogs in the United States. One in four dogs and one in five cats are likely to get cancer. With rates that staggering let’s get serious here. Warning Signs & Symptoms Changes in eating habits Fluctuations […]

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Posted by on Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 in Uncategorized

During Halloween many humans wear costumes, and some also try to include their pet in on the fun. While there are many cute costumes available, pet owners should be aware of their pet’s disposition when trying to dress them. One thing that should not be scary during Halloween is getting your pet dressed up. While […]

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Posted by on Thursday, October 25th, 2018 in Uncategorized

The Newfoundland breed has a water resistant coat and webbed feet. This dog was originally bred to help haul nets for fishermen and rescuing people at risk of drowning. Much like a person’s fingerprint, a dog’s nose print is unique. Human blood pressure goes down when petting a dog. And so does the dog’s. When dogs kick […]

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  Veterinary Technicians are an integral part of the veterinary hospital team. Their role extends well beyond what is taught in school or is evident on paper, and they are some of the most incredibly compassionate, caring, selfless and kind individuals on the planet. The expertise, guidance and assistance of a top notch veterinary technician […]

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