It’s Fall Y’all!

Fall is here!  It is beautiful here this time of year!  Bright blue skies, colorful leaves and perfect temperatures.  Not to mention pumpkin everything!  The decorations are fun, cider is delicious and all of the seasonal fall food is...

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Is your Pet’s Itching and Scratching Keeping You Up at Night?

It's that time of  year!  We are getting lots of calls about itchy dogs and cats.  As the seasons start to change in this area, we see an increase in seasonal allergies.  Allergies can be anything from itchy ears...

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It’s Mosquito Season! Protect your pets!

With all of the rain recently, we are seeing the mosquito population escalate drastically!  It is important to make sure your pets are protected!  Mosquitoes carry many different diseases that can be transmitted to pets and humans.  The most...

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ePet Health Patient Portal

Did you know that you can access your pet's medical records online via our website?  As we have made the transition into all digital records, this has enabled us to serve clients better and offer more resources such as...

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Back to School!

Believe it or not, it's that time again!  Students and teachers everywhere are heading back to school.  What does this have to do with our pets you might ask?  For a lot of our dogs and cats, this may...

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Playing with Puppies!

One thing vets get to do almost everyday is hug a puppy!  Puppies are always coming in for vaccines and well visits and it is our job to make them as happy and comfortable here as possible. Around every corner...

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Welcome to our new website!

Yay!  It is finally here!  Welcome to our new website and social media!  We are happy to be on FaceBook, Instagram and now on our new website in order to serve our clients to the best of our ability. ...

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month!  It is important to improve your pet’s health and rid their mouth of harmful bacteria.  Can you imagine how your teeth would feel if they hadn’t been brushed for 5-6 years?  Especially if...

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