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October – National Veterinary Technician Week

Contributed by: Kristin Schafgans, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Internal Medicine Veterinary Specialist National Veterinary Technician Week has been celebrated annually in the third week of October since 1993. Although veterinary technicians are valued immensely every day of year, this week is meant to put a spotlight on the dedication and hard work of these incredibly talented [...]

October – National Veterinary Technician Week

November – Pancreatitis, Thanksgiving and Your Dog

Contributed by: Dr. Heather Poncelow, Emergency Veterinarian It is natural to want to share our celebrations with our pets, and for many people this means sharing their Thanksgiving feast. Make sure that sharing food with your pets does not end up harming them. Dogs or cats that are given food that is new to them, [...]

November – Pancreatitis, Thanksgiving and Your Dog

December – Minimizing Stress for your Male Cat (Urinary Tract Obstruction)

Contributed by: Dr. Heather Poncelow, Emergency Veterinarian Bladder inflammation (cystitis, also called Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder, or FLUTD) in cats is a common problem that may come and go. It is common for affected cats to experience their first episode when they are relatively young (1-6 years old). Male cats suffering from this problem [...]

December – Minimizing Stress for your Male Cat (Urinary Tract Obstruction)

The When, the Why, and the How: Applying Bonded Sealants

Please join us for an evening of continuing education Topic: The When, the Why, and the How: Applying Bonded Sealants Presented by: Kevin S. Stepaniuk, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC ​Fractured teeth are common in canine patients. If the pulp is exposed, then endodontic treatment or extraction is necessary. However, many teeth only have enamel or uncomplicated fractures with [...]

The When, the Why, and the How: Applying Bonded Sealants

Keep them safe, during winter and the holidays

‘Tis the season for new hazards in our pets’ environment.  Life is crazy enough around the holidays without having to worry about a trip to the ER vet. Below are common seasonal hazards that pose potential risks to your pets: Alcohol Antifreeze Chocolate Electrical Cords Grapes / Raisins Mushrooms Tinsel / Ribbon Xylitol [...]

Keep them safe, during winter and the holidays
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