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  • Pet Health Insurance - What Is and Do You Need It?
    Not everyone can be as happy go lucky as Brownie. You can believe she's not worried about Pet Insurance at all! What is Pet Health Insurance? Health insurance for your pet Read more
  • Boredom Killers - Toys for Big Dogs
    One way to look at dog toys is to group them into two categories. There are toys for you to play with your dog. Then there are toys which you Read more
  • Holiday Gifting for Fido and Felicia
    For pet parents or friends of pet parents, picking a gift Fido or Felicia to participate in the holidays can have mistaken assumptions and difficulties. We offer the following tips for safe and Read more
  • Don't Get Bit! Part Two: Fear and Aggression – Doggy Social Cues
    The Dog Genome Project shows us that there is only a 0.04% difference in DNA between gray wolves and dogs. Dog behavior and social cues are therefore deeply rooted in wolf pack social Read more
  • Don't Get Bit! Part One: Bite Avoidance Dealing with the Stranger Dog
    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports there are 4.5 million dog bites in the United States every year. About half of these dog bites happen in the home with Read more
  • Holiday Feasts for Fido? - NOT!!
    Thinking of sneaking a table snack to the furry children in the household? It’s best to show some restraint regardless of how ‘soulful’ Fido or Felicia’s eyes get.Much of what Read more
  • Pet Health Survey
    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and One Health Commission are now gathering voluntary pet health information through pet owner surveys. The survey is being conducted by One Health and the Read more
  • No Xylitol for Fido
    It used to be that Xylitol as an ingredient was limited to gums, mints, sugarless candies and toothpaste. The marketing hype for these foods are tag lines like “Doesn’t promote Read more
  • Reminder: No Halloween Candy for Fido!!!
    Xylitol toxicity is dangerous and can be fatal for Fido. Never give Fido any hard candies, gums or mints as many if not the majority of these include Xylitol as Read more
  • Dont Get Bit! Part One: Avoidance Tips You Can Do
    The idea of being bitten by a dog can be pretty darn scary. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports there are 4.5 million dog bites in the Read more
  • Parasites! Viruses! - Traveling? Oh My!
    Updated Oct 20, 2017. Thinking of visiting another state with Fido or Felicia? Here’s a nifty resource for determining which vaccinations you may want done for your pet. To be Read more
  • World Animal Day - October 4th 2017
    What is World Animal Day? This day is an internationally recognized day to promote animal health, treatment and care.How did World Animal Day originate?Heinrich Zimmermann, the German writer and publisher Read more
  • After the Hurricane - Dos and Donts
    The hurricane is over and you’ve gotten back home with Fido and Felicia. Here are the dos and donts to keep your four legged family members safe. Don’t let your Read more
  • Hurricane Irma - Afterwards - Tues Sept 12
    We are happy to let all our clinic friends and family members know that we've weathered Hurricane Irma in good shape.And yes! We are open!! We're ready to give your favorite furry Read more
  • Hurricane Preparedness - Tips & Tricks
    Printer Friendly VersionTips:Plan for your pet in advance especially if you live in an evacuation area.Use your plan or checklist!Take your pet with you when you evacuate.Know your evacuation route.Ask Read more
  • Rabid!! Infection and Treatment
    Everyone knows that rabies treatment is painful. Everyone knows infected people can become rabid and infect others.Again, the problem with Everyone knows is that much of what everyone knows is Read more


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  • "I just moved here, and had appointments for my 2 dogs with Dr Gary. He is amazing with my dogs. They both were relaxed, which they have never been during vet visits! Dr Gary and his staff obviously know animals well, and gave me great suggestions for some behavior problems I was having. His suggestions have worked wonders. I am so happy to have found this vet, as I know my 2 dogs will always have the best of care with Dr Gary and his staff! Highly recommend!"
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