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The Importance of Microchipping Your Pet

Pets can get lost which can be a traumatic and possibly tragic event.  It’s important to have a collar and ID tag, but these are not foolproof.  Collars can break or fall off leaving your pet unidentifiable. This can be prevented with the use of a microchip. As noted in the Dartmouth Tribune in April […]

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Lymphoma in Dogs

The typical canine lymphoma patient is a middle-aged dog brought to the veterinarian because one or more lumps have been found.

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Warmer Weather Brings Respiratory Problems – Laryngeal Paralysis

Most of us know the larynx is commonly known as the voice box and is located in the throat. We know that laryngitis is a condition where one cannot speak.

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Feline Odontoclastic Resorption Lesions (FORLs)

When looking at my own cat’s mouth, I noticed that she had a sore lesion on the gum line that looks like a cavity, I see these frequently in the exam room, and often owners don’t even realize they are there.

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Bones and Pets: Not a Good Mix

Dog and cat owners frequently ask us if their pets can be fed bones.

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The Importance of Microchipping Your Pet

Pets can get lost which can be a traumatic and possibly tragic event.  It’s important to have a collar and ID tag, but these are not foolproof.  Collars can break or fall off leaving your pet unidentifiable. This can be prevented with the use of a microchip. As noted in the Dartmouth Tribune in April 2017: A pet is lost every seven seconds One in three pets will go missing in their lifetime Only 2 percent of lost cats and 17 percent of lost dogs with ID return home When a pet gets lost, they are 20 times more likely to make their way back home when they have a microchip

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