June Newsletter: Barks & Meows

June Newsletter: Barks & Meows

…skilled service…compassionate care“Together is a wonderful place to be”Microchip Your Pet Summer offers more opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and, in spite of your best efforts, accidents do happen. A door can be left open, a pet digs a hole under your fence, or...

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How To Remove A Tick From Your Pet

How To Remove A Tick From Your Pet

We're in the full swing of Spring in Northern California, and that means the parasites are out! Like with many medical conditions, prevention is key. Your dog should be on a regular flea/tick preventive. There is also a Lyme vaccine available. Avoid environments where...

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May Newsletter: Barks & Meows

May Newsletter: Barks & Meows

Cancer Hearing a cancer diagnosis for your pet is a terrifying experience. By definition, cancer is the result of uncontrolled cell growth. According to the National Cancer Foundation, (NCCF), one out of three dogs will receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime;...

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How We Manage Your Pet’s Pain Without Medication

How We Manage Your Pet’s Pain Without Medication

Seeing your pet in pain can be heartbreaking and leave you feeling helpless. We understand that sometimes your best option is alternative medicine, and we have methods that can help! Like people, as pets age, they’re more likely to develop health conditions that can...

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How to Decipher Dog’s Body Language

How to Decipher Dog’s Body Language

He’s man’s best friend. He stands faithfully by our side. Never doubts us. Never questions us. He’s dog - we love him and know him well. At least, we think we do. But how well do we really know our dogs? Does a wagging tail always indicate happiness? Does panting...

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4 Preventable Pet Diseases

4 Preventable Pet Diseases

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, and we want to talk about this and other preventable diseases that you can prevent in your pet. Each prevention plan looks a little different, so if you have questions or need more information, ask us at your next...

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April Newsletter: Barks & Meows

April Newsletter: Barks & Meows

Heart disease is real! April is heartworm awareness and prevention month, and according to the American Veterinary Medical Association, heartworm is preventable but is a serious and potentially fatal parasite that primarily infects dogs, yet cats and ferrets, as well...

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Virulent Newcastle Disease is spreading: What can you do?

Virulent Newcastle Disease is spreading: What can you do?

Did you hear the big news? We now offer health care services for your backyard flock of chickens. Come see Dr. Sarah Griffel, for any of your chicken health needs. She works Tuesday – Friday and some Saturdays. Please call for an appointment! With that being said, we...

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Navy Veteran finally at rest …

Navy Veteran finally at rest …

Source: Institute for Canine Forensics In our January 2018 newsletter we told you the story of the Akin family who lost their beloved husband/father/grandfather in July 2018. This is the final chapter of their story. The military cemetery near Redding CA was to have...

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