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Service Highlight: Euthanasia Appointments: Saying Good-Bye

Saying goodbye to your beloved furry family member can be one of the most challenging things you experience. While we wish they could live forever, we know they cannot, so facing these moments is something that unfortunately every pet parent must do.  While most pet parents would undoubtedly prefer that their pets would pass away [...]

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Senior Status: How to Take Great Care of Your Senior Pet

Over the past several decades, our understanding of pet health and the aging process has exponentially grown thanks to veterinary studies and scientific research. As a result, we've realized that pets are living longer, healthier lives thanks to better nutrition, access to top-of-the-line veterinary care, and pet parents’ increased understanding of pet health.   Most pets [...]

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Service Highlight: Acupuncture and Allergy Relief

Few health conditions are as frustrating to pet parents as pet allergies. The constant itching, discomfort, and secondary conditions that can develop, such as hot spots, are difficult to manage and cause misery for your beloved pets. While traditional Western medicine has many tools to help diagnose and manage allergies in pets, research shows that [...]

Itchy Pet Awareness Month: Seasonal Allergies in Pets

If your pet has been licking their paws or scratching more than usual, they may be experiencing what many of us experience in the summer and fall: seasonal allergies. But because most humans experience seasonal alleriges as sneezing, coughing, and watery eyes, we sometimes miss the signs of allergies in our pets. To prevent discomfort [...]

Service Highlight: How We Care For Chronically Ill Pets

When your pet is diagnosed with a chronic or long-term condition, the road ahead can be uncertain. Some pets’ chronic illnesses can be managed easily, while others require frequent and ongoing diagnostics, medical treatment, and assessment to make sure the pet is maintaining a good quality of life. And as pets age, the chances of [...]

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