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  • Jun 30 2022

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    Help Your Pup Keep His Cool This Summer

    Summer is here and that means long, warm, sunny days to spend with our pups outside! Just as we take our own summer safety precautions like wearing sunscreen and staying hydrated, the same goes for…

  • Jun 23 2022

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    Senior Pets: When “Slowing Down” is More Serious

    As our pets enter their “golden years” we often presume they will start “slowing down”, with longer naps and shorter play sessions. While some of these changes are normal and expected, others…

  • Jun 16 2022

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    How To Avoid Online Pet Scams

    Whether looking for a purebred puppy or an exotic parrot, online scams are out there, attracting people with too-good-to-be-true prices and direct-to-home shipping offers. All the while, the animal…

  • Jun 10 2022

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    Summer Road Trip Tips

    Summer vacation is almost here! The big question is, are you prepared to travel with your pet this summer? Some vacations are well-suited to include your furry friend, but it’s important to keep…

  • Jun 06 2022

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    Progressive Retinal Atrophy in Cats

    Dr Schell wrote a new article discussing the importance of testing for Progressive Retinal Atrophy in cats, particularly those who come from breeders.

  • Jun 06 2022

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    COVID-19 Update June 2022

    We are doing our very best to keep our staff and clients safe while providing important and essential healthcare to our patients.  Since we are a one-doctor practice, it has been and continues to be…

  • Jun 02 2022

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    Homeless Cats Are Hidden Healthcare Workers

    If you’re reading this, you’re likely an animal lover who already knows that life is better with pets! In fact, research to understand the ways pets can impact their owners’ health and…