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VCPR What is it? Why you should care -AVMA

Posted on 07-24-2017

Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR) FAQ The following FAQs provide simplified explanations and answers about the VCPR as it relates to the veterinary care of pets. These FAQs do not...

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Pet Ownership Guide For Kids

Posted on 04-19-2017

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Lyme Disease (Christina Forras DVM)

Posted on 10-31-2016

Canine Lyme Disease Lyme disease is a common infectious disease in the Northeast. It is endemic in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Lyme is a bacterial disease (Borrelia burgdorferi) tra...

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What vaccines does my dog need?

Posted on 05-05-2016

            What vaccines does my dog need? There are vaccines that are required by law,  and there are vaccines that are considered either core ( me...

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Managing pain in Cats & Dogs

Posted on 04-04-2016

  Managing Pain in Cats and Dogs Pain can be acute (short lived) or chronic (long term). It can also be sharp or smoldering and of low or high intensity. Pain can also arise in the...

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