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  • May 22 2014

    "Take Two and Call Me in the Morning" is Bad Advice for your Pet

    Our pets are so much a part of our families that we treat them as people. We take them with us on vacations. We share our beds with them. We include them in holiday celebrations. All of this means…

  • May 15 2014

    Dog Bite Prevention Week - May 18-24, 2014

    The American Veterinary Medical Association has designated the third week of every May as Dog Bite Prevention Week. Check out their infographic for some stats on why dog bites are no laughing matter. …

  • May 13 2014

    Dr Kim's Baby Boy - Greyson Andrew

    It gives us great pleasure to announce that Dr Kim had a baby boy! Greyson Andrew born on April 23 weighing in at 7 lbs and 4 ozs.  Mother and baby are doing really well and came for their 1st clinic…

  • May 08 2014

    The HARD Truth about Feline Heartworm Disease

    May is National Heartworm Awareness Month, so here’s something you need to be aware of: Contrary to popular belief, not just dogs get heartworms. Cats get heartworms, too. …

  • Apr 24 2014

    How to Help Dogs with Thunder Phobia

    A couple of weeks ago, a series of thunder storms moved over the south-eastern part of the United States and left flooded homes, hail damaged cars, and scared dogs in its wake. We humans naturally…

  • Apr 17 2014

    National Pet ID Week 2014 – April 20-26

    Whether your pet is a Houdini-wannabe or never seems to leave your side, some sort of identification is a must-have. Celebrate National Pet ID Week by making sure your pets have their ID ready! …

  • Apr 11 2014

    HAPPY EASTER! Keep Your Pets Safe This Easter

    Easter is around the corner and so are Easter hazards!  This beautiful springtime holiday brings many delights, but also a few dangers for our pets. Here are a few tips to keep your pets safe this…