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Missing Pets Tips and How to Prevent it

6 things to do if your beloved pet goes missing  First and foremost search the immediate area where the pet was last seen ie) backyard, shed, bushes, under your deck etc. When calling out the name of your pet, do so in a calm voice. Pets can and will feel your anxiousness and will stay […]

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Educating the Dog Owners of Tomorrow

I was recently asked by my daughter’s first grade teacher if I would be interested in bringing my dogs (two Rhodesian Ridgebacks) into the class for a visit.  I, without a doubt, agreed.  I absolutely love talking to young kids about dog care and what I do with respect to being a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT).  […]

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Protect The Ones You Love From Intestinal Parasites

As pet owners I’m sure most of you have heard of, or had firsthand experience, with some type of intestinal parasites.  Whether it be a new kitten or puppy you’ve previously adopted or your dog has picked up roundworms from the infected stool of another dog at the dog park, worms are a fact of […]

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10 Things to Know About Ticks and Your Dog

1:  Ticks are 8 legged parasites that belong to the spider family arachnids.  They live off of the blood of other animals. 2:  Ticks go through several stages in their life cycle – larva, nymph, and adult.  Each stage has a host animal that they feed off of.  Species such as the Deer Tick can […]

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Are Lily Plants Poisonous to Cats?

It was a week before Valentine’s Day 2016 and as an adoring husband I made my plans to have flowers delivered to the College Manor Veterinary Hospital to be brought home to my wife Dr. Jacqui.  And because of our cat CiCi, who despite her age is still very inquisitive, I specifically asked the person […]

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Levels of Dental Disease in Your Pet and How You Can Prevent

Do you know the most common disease in dogs and cats? It is not liver or kidney disease, or even thyroid disease. It is dental disease! Did you know that dental disease affects over 80% of dogs over the age of 3 years, and between 50-90% of cats over 4 years?

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