Monthly Archives: December 2010

Things You Can Do To Help Prevent Cancer In Your Pet

December 31, 2010
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Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in pets of all ages.  Just like people and the association of cancers with tobacco smoke, alcohol and red meat consumption; pets have their own associations and risk factors.  You cannot prevent cancer in your pet, but you can minimize their chances  of  developing it...

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What Caused My Pet’s Cancer?

December 21, 2010
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Cancer is the most common cause of death in dogs and cats over the age of 10.  Sometimes this disease is slowly progressive over months and years.  Other times , it strikes without warning with no time to prepare for the death and loss of a loved companion.  It is this latter situation that is so...

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How Do You Know If Your Pet Is Sick?

December 18, 2010
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This seems like a really silly question but a lot of people must not know the answer.  If they did, we would see our sick patients much earlier in their illness instead of having them presented at death’s doorstep.  Here is an example:  A little 9 year old female Poodle was brought to the...

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New Hospital Location

December 13, 2010
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New Hospital Location

The hospital is completed and officially open as of June 1, 2011 which was the date of our ribbon cutting. We are thrilled to be in this new location. The hospital has been updated with new state of the art equipment and a new look. We hope this location makes it easier for our...

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If My Pet Were a Person, How Old Would It Be?

December 8, 2010
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Today, the oldest kitty in the practice passed away.  She was 22 years old.  It was very sad for the owner who had had her since she was a kitten.  This is always a painful experience to go through but the owner can take some solace in the fact that this kitty was the...

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