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Keep Your Senior Pet Safe from Heatstroke

Keep Your Senior Pet Safe from Heatstroke

As a pet owner, your goal this summer is to enjoy the sun with your furry pal while protecting them from the dangers of heatstroke. Instead of keeping them in your air-conditioned home all summer, you should still go outside to play and exercise cautiously. Here are...

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Keep Your Senior Pet Safe This 4th of July

Keep Your Senior Pet Safe This 4th of July

July 4th has long been a feared holiday in the pet world, and with good reason. With fireworks going off, fire and gastrointestinal hazards lurking around foods, and sizzling hot weather, your furry pal can encounter many dangers. Turn your July 4th celebration into a...

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5 Ways to Show Your Pet the Love

5 Ways to Show Your Pet the Love

The first week of June is Pet Appreciation Week, and while you usually show your pet how much you love them with treats, try something different this time. Here are five ways to show your beloved companion love.   #1: Ditch your pet’s food bowl One of the best...

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A Guide to Desensitizing Your Pet to Fireworks

A Guide to Desensitizing Your Pet to Fireworks

Before you know it, it's the day before your local fireworks show and you may not have prepared your pet for the heart-stopping display. Last year’s July 4th festivities turned your poor fur baby into a ball of anxiety and fear, so avoid a repeat, and begin...

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Does Your Senior Dog Have Anxiety?

Does Your Senior Dog Have Anxiety?

You can likely tell when your pup is excited, but what about when they’re anxious? In recognition of Dog Anxiety Awareness Week, our veterinary team wants to help you learn how to spot potential signs of anxiety in your dog so you can help them get the support they...

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How to Tell When It’s Time to Let Your Pet Go

How to Tell When It’s Time to Let Your Pet Go

Letting go of a pet when they’ve reached the end of their lifespan is incredibly difficult, and it’s even more challenging to determine how to make that choice. Although you may not think you can tell when it’s time to let your furry friend go, here are a few...

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Why Does My Senior Dog Eat Poop?

Why Does My Senior Dog Eat Poop?

Have you seen your senior pooch act on a gross habit and not know why—coprophagia, or feces consumption, is a common behavior in dogs. Your four-legged friend may engage in this bad behavior for many reasons, including the following, which are most common:   Lack...

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Buckle Up! Car Travel Safety Tips For Your Senior Pets

Buckle Up! Car Travel Safety Tips For Your Senior Pets

A car ride might seem like an everyday activity for you; however, your pet does not have the same experience. While this can be a fun adventure for you and your pet to share, make sure to take into account how they are feeling. Before heading out on your trip, ensure...

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4 Ways to Ease Your Pet’s Stiff Joints in Cold Weather

4 Ways to Ease Your Pet’s Stiff Joints in Cold Weather

Senior pets are more highly susceptible to arthritis. Arthritic pets, like people, suffer more during the cold weather. Painful, aching joints are more uncomfortable in cold or wet weather, and many pets struggle to rise, play, and lie down during the winter. Help...

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Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes in Pets   November is Pet Diabetes Month! One way to honor pet diabetes is to become educated in order to better help your pet.   Diabetes mellitus occurs when the body cannot use glucose—the main source of energy for the body’s cells—normally....

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Euthanasia, Quality of LIfe, Hospice, Pain Management, DPT: Our cancellation policy applies to all cancellations/reschedules with 6 hours or less notice before the early aspect of your appointment time.

  • If you cancel between 2 and 6 hours prior to your appointment, a $100 cancellation fee will be incurred.
  • If you cancel within 2 hours of your scheduled appointment time, the cancellation fee is the cost of your full appointment.

If the pet passes naturally, no cancellation fee will apply.

All other appointment types: If you cancel within 6 hours of your appointment start time, a cancellation fee of your appointment cost (maximum $100) will be incurred.

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