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  • Pet Identification… Protect your pet!
    t’s every pet parent’s worst nightmare. Your landscaper leaves your back gate open. You get distracted bringing groceries inside. You answer the door when a friend comes over. And your beloved dog or cat slips out. There’s no feeling like watching your dog streak down the road after an escape, or looking endlessly for your precious cat only to find she isn’t in the house. The panic and dread experienced is unimaginable. Most people don’t consider this until it has happened. However, now is the time to ponder… what can you do to protect your pet in the unlikely event of an escape? Read more
  • HAVE WE SEEN YOUR CAT LATELY?
    Have we seen your cat lately? Read more
  • THE MYSTERY “IN THE BACK”
    What happens at my pets wellness exam? Read more
  • ​4th OF JULY IS AROUND THE CORNER- IS YOUR DOG READY?
    Happy summer, everyone! 4th of July marks the true arrival of summer and many of us will participate in celebrations ranging from barbeques to fireworks. While we look forward to these Read more
  • In it for the Money?
    Recently someone asked me what is the worst part about my job. I’m sure they were expecting me to say something about euthanasia’s, but really, the worst part is having to listen Read more
  • CANINE INFLUENZA: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
    CANINE INFLUENZA: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Read more
  • Merlin
    This is Merlin after the Feliway diffusers. He has not laid in my lap without biting me in a long time. Now he is glued to me! Thanks Dr. Johnson. Hopefully it Read more
  • Why Cats Drool
    If you notice your cat drooling, this is highly abnormal and warrants a veterinary visit. Drooling is often due to underlying medical problems in cats such as:Dental diseaseKidney failureCorrosive poisonPlant Read more
  • Fear Free Forum
    Developed by “America’s Veterinarian,” Dr. Marty Becker, the Fear Free initiative aims to “take the ‘pet’ out of ‘petrified’” and get pets back for veterinary visits by promoting considerate approach and gentle control techniques used in calming environments. Utilization of Fear Free methods and protocols leads to reduction or removal of anxiety triggers, which creates an experience that is rewarding and safer for all involved, including pets, their owners, and veterinary health care teams. The end result? Calmer, more accepting patients, more compliant clients, and better veterinary care. Read more