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Advanced Veterinary Certifications: ABVP and Fear-Free

Following graduation from veterinary school, there are many options available for veterinarians to receive advanced training to gain expertise in specific areas of interest. The American Veterinary Medical Association currently recognizes 41 distinct veterinary specialties, ranging from general practice, to internal medicine, to surgery, to zoo animal medicine, and everything in between. More than 16,500 […]


INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL WITH YOUR PETS

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL WITH YOUR PETS

Traveling to other countries with your pets can be tricky. Each country has its own set of regulations which must be strictly adhered to in order for your pet to be granted admission. Failure to meet all of the qualifications can result in your pet being denied entry, or being placed in quarantine at your […]


Examining Your Cat

Early Detection Is Key! Cats are notorious for hiding symptoms of being ill until they are very ill. Learning how to perform a quick physical exam on your cat at home on a regular basis can help lead to early detection of problems that you can bring to the doctor’s attention. Remember: the key to […]


May the Force Be With You!

Your first question is probably, “What the heck is that? Is it a ray gun?” Well, in a way it is! It’s actually a hand-held portable digital dental x-ray unit called NOMAD, and we are thrilled to be able to add it as part of the state-of-the-art equipment we carry on board our mobile veterinary […]


Travelling And Moving With Your Dogs And Cats

Travelling and moving to new locations can be exciting and stressful for humans as well as our pets. When deciding between driving or flying to your destination, here are a few things to consider, as well as how to make the trip as fear-free and comfortable for your pet as possible:   DRIVING: If your […]


Is Pet Health Insurance A Wise Decision?

With healthcare in the news so much lately, many of our clients have asked us about health insurance policies for their pets. Many aspects of veterinary medicine are based on human medicine. So, it stands to reason that as human healthcare costs rise, pet healthcare costs will also rise. As you can imagine, there can […]


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