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Helping Wildlife ~ Dana Hogg, DVM

Spring is right around the corner, or so the groundhog says! As you start heading outside to enjoy the warmer temperatures, here are few things we can do to make sure our furred, feathered, and scaled friends enjoy it too! Turtles These warmer temperatures mean that we will see an increase in turtle activity too!…

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Shiloh’s Core Values ~ Audra Alley, DVM, CVA, DABVP Canine & Feline Practice

Update 3/24/2019: I want to thank Trisha for having the courage to point out a mistake I made in my original entry. In the crazy whirlwind of daily life, I made a mistake, and I left one of our original core values, Empathy, in my blog along with what was supposed to be its replacement,…

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My World Vets Trip ~ Trisha, Office Manager & Technician

I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Peru in September 2018 with a program called World Vets.  The mission is to improve the health and well-being of animals by providing veterinary aid, training, and disaster relief worldwide. With as much as I love to travel, it was something I’ve had my eyes on for quite some time and…

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How to Make Your Own Catnip Toy for Your Kitty ~ Rebecca, Technician

Have you ever been interested in making your own catnip toy but just didn’t know where to start? Have you been interested in crafting but want to minimize the cost? Well here’s a helpful guide to a basic catnip kicker toy that you can use as a baseline to explore some more creative designs, or…

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The Little Guy and the Loud Voice ~ Natalie, Vet Nurse

Dogs are barking. There are so many around you. How do you choose? Who will you be able to give the best life to? You just want someone who will snuggle with you and love you unconditionally. You want a teddy bear with a beating heart and eyes that follow your every move. You find…

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I’m So Sweet, It Makes Me Sick ~ Brooke, Vet Nurse

You know how there are awareness months for different sicknesses and diseases … Did you know that November is National Diabetes Awareness month? (Crickets chirping in the background) No … just me? Not a problem, you see, I am here to help! I have been a Type 1 diabetic for 15+ years and have experienced…

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Dottie’s First Snow ~ Kari, CSR

I’ve been living with my mom and aunt for a little over a year now with my sister Kit. Mom and Auntie always make jokes about baseball around us, but I don’t get it*. My sister and I really like it here. We get to nap anywhere we want, and Mom and Auntie give us…

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Tooth or Lies ~ Kate, PCA

Everyone knows how bad doggy breath can get, but there are a lot of secrets hiding in a pet’s mouth (and not just the latest thing they decided to eat). Dental care is just as important for dogs and cats as it is for humans; we may not think about it too much, but our…

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Paws for Ukraine

Unfortunately, the conflicts of humans will often affect our loved ones, including those of a different species. This can be plainly seen today with the Russian invasion of Ukraine and those that have been displaced by it. Among the crumbling remains of towns lie missing, but loved, cats, dogs, bunnies, hamsters, birds, and many other…

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What is Veterinary Telemedicine?

There are many ways that life will never be the same after the pandemic entered our lives.   For instance, working from a home office is now a long term reality for many of our clients.  And their pets enjoy having that company!  Another unanticipated impact of the pandemic has been the advancement of telemedicine,…

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