Due to veterinary shortages, we are currently booking annual appointments 2 months in advance. Unfortunately, we also cannot accept new patients during this time.
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Voltaren: Helps Keep You Comfortable, but Toxic for Pets

Voltaren is a common over the counter medication to provide people relief from joint and muscle pain. Commonly, it is sold in a gel form, allowing targeted topic relief.

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Pyometra in Dogs

What is a Pyometra? Pyometra is a serious and life-threatening condition that occurs in unspayed female dogs. Pyometra is defined as an infection of the uterus, it is a secondary infection that occurs because of hormonal changes that occur when a female dog is in heat.

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Feline Pancreatitis

Pancreatitis is the inflammation of the pancreas, and when inflamed, the digestive enzymes leak out and cause damage to the pancreas and the nearby liver. Pancreatitis is quite different in cats than it is in dogs.

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What to Know About Kennel Cough

Kennel cough is a highly contagious disease spread mainly among dogs, cats, humans and a few other species. It doesn’t usually pose any threat to humans unless they are immunocompromised.

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Cold Weather Tips

We seem to have made it through most of this winter with relatively little snow and cold temperatures, however, January is now upon us and there are still a number of cold days ahead. Here are a few cold weather tips to help your pet ‘weather’ the remainder of the winter months.

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Christmas Hazards for Pets

Christmas is such a wonderful time of year. However, it can also come with some serious and potentially lethal dangers to our pets. 

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