Your Pet’s Diet

Your Pet’s Diet

  Helping my clients decide what food to feed their pet has always been part of my job as their veterinarian. It is been something that I’ve always tried to address at visits. I usually felt like it was my job to try to support with the pet owner wanted to do. I...

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Help! What Should I Feed My Pet???

Help! What Should I Feed My Pet???

A dreaded four letter word. Quite possibly one of the dirtiest of them all... DIET. Now before you keep scrolling let me assure you that today I don’t want to chat about weight loss diets for your pets. I want to touch on a big concern for most pet owners; what you...

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Finding New Plans to Help Pets

Finding New Plans to Help Pets

What do we do when we don’t have a good way to help a pet? We find a new plan! A couple of years ago, I decided that I was going to get rehab certified. I felt like there were other things that we could be doing to help a lot of our patients after injury...

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“De-Stressed” Design at Our New Building!

“De-Stressed” Design at Our New Building!

Being at the vet is a scary place for a lot of pets. We decided to look at the latest research and look at what we could do to make The Pet Doctor a low-stress place for pets to receive medical care. Last year, Fluffy the cat came to visit us. Prior to...

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Know Before You Go…

Know Before You Go…

Every year I see the advertisement for the low-cost vaccine clinic that is offered at a large pet-related event in our area.  I have even been approached about being the vet that does these vaccines.  I truly believe that this type of service is a danger...

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An update: No more declawing!

An update: No more declawing!

At The Pet Doctor, we have always done our best to have a culture of kindness and compassion to our patients.  Today we are happy and proud to announce that we will no longer be doing declaw procedures at our practice. In recent weeks, declawing vs not...

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Radiographs and Your Pet!

Radiographs and Your Pet!

Most often, we are able to perform radiographs in an awake animal without causing any stress or pain.  Occasionally a pet may need to have some type of anesthesia or sedation.  The need for sedation depends on the comfort level of the pet, the type and...

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