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Emergency patients are seen based upon severity of injury. Life threatening cases are prioritized first, causing long wait times. Please call if your pet’s condition deteriorates while waiting and we will advise. Do not leave your designated parking space while waiting. Once your pet is examined, you will be presented with an estimate of charges and payment will be due at time of service. For your convenience and safety, payments are accepted via our website.

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What Is Fluid Therapy?

You know when you are dehydrated—dry skin, decreased urination, and increased thirst are all signs your body needs more water. But how can you be sure your pet is getting enough fluids?

Like you, more than half of your dog or cat's body weight is made up of water. Hydration is essential to keep the body functioning properly, and when that water is lost, it must be restored. Fluid therapy replaces or maintains fluids within the bloodstream and body systems to help balance and support normal body function.


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Home for the Holidays: Your New-Pet Checklist

Did you bring home a new pet for the holidays? Welcoming a furry member to the family is an exciting time, and it can be easy to forget a few simple but important steps to ensure life with your new dog or cat begins on the right paw.

Get a head start on a happy, healthy life together with these tips.

Visit Your Veterinarian ASAP

If you’ve adopted your new pet from a shelter, chances are he has already been vaccinated, neutered, and microchipped—but it’s still important to follow up with a visit to your veterinarian.


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Saying Goodbye: Helping You and Your Pet Through the End of Life

Pets are an important part of our lives and play a special role in our families, so when it comes time to say goodbye to a beloved dog or cat, the coping process can be a difficult and overwhelming one—but you don’t have to navigate it alone. Your family veterinarian can help guide you through the process and ensure that the end of your pet’s life is as comfortable and peaceful as possible.


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8 Things Every Pet Sitter Must Know

So, you’re heading out of town for the holidays. The flights are booked, bags are packed, and you’ve arranged for a trusted professional to care for your dog or cat while you’re away.

You’re prepared—but is your pet sitter? Here you’ll find a list of the eight most important things your pet sitter needs to know before you hit the road. Make sure you check it twice!


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Holiday Gifts for the Cat Who Already Has Everything

Are you and your kitty ready for the holiday season? Pet lovers are notorious for pampering their pets year-round, so the holidays are just one more excuse to buy that new treat or toy.

Here are seven great gift ideas for the cat who already has everything.


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Your Pet Has Cancer...Now What?

It’s a phrase dreaded by pet owners and veterinary professionals alike: “Your pet has cancer.”

When a beloved dog or cat is diagnosed with “the big C,” it can leave owners feeling overwhelmed by the road ahead. These 10 tips can help you make the best of an uncertain and difficult time and navigate the next steps of your pet’s diagnosis and treatment with confidence.


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Top 10 Holiday Safety Tips for Pets

The holiday season is a time of giving and joy for many families. However, for pets, there are some dangers that come along with the holiday festivities. During this season, it is important to keep in mind some of the hazards for pets while still enjoying the holidays together.

Pets are attracted to bright lights much in the same way kids are. Low-hanging ornaments, tinsel, and twinkling Christmas lights all pose a threat to pets. Here are some things to remember regarding decorations this holiday season.


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Warm and Fuzzy: 5 Winter Weather Pet Safety Tips

Baby, it’s getting cold outside! As you fire up the furnace and dig the sweaters out of the back of the closet, remember that your pet needs special care during the winter months, too. Follow these five tips to keep your pet safe and warm all season long.


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