On Service Dog Eye Exam Month, A Story About Ava And DAPHNE

On Service Dog Eye Exam Month, A Story About Ava And DAPHNE

Ava Smith is on an uncertain journey. She is 13 years old and lives in Cornelius. Just 18 months ago, she was a national champion show horse rider. Now she is in a wheelchair, afflicted by a mysterious ailment that has left her unable to use her legs. That journey,...
Helping Your Dog Choose A Job

Helping Your Dog Choose A Job

Dogs are social creatures. They respect the pack structure and in their own canine way end up with a job. If they don’t have help from the pack leader (hopefully, you) they will choose their own job. Sometimes that job is as simple as accompanying the leader. My...
Some Clear-Eyed Advice About Cataracts And Pets

Some Clear-Eyed Advice About Cataracts And Pets

Did you know that dogs and cats can develop many of the same eye problems as people? From dry eye to glaucoma, these issues need to be treated properly with pets – just as with us – to save them from pain, vision loss and blindness. Cataracts are one of the most...
Now Hiring Experienced Client Services Representatives

Now Hiring Experienced Client Services Representatives

We are seeking passionate, experienced full-time and part-time client services representatives to join our growing team. Ideal candidate will be friendly, courteous, have attention to detail and be a team player. Responsibilities include but are not limited to...
CARE Facility Wins National Design Award!

CARE Facility Wins National Design Award!

CARE has been chosen as a Merit Award winner in the Veterinary Economics 2017 Hospital Design Competition. We’re excited about this award for many reasons. The competition, open to hospitals of all sizes in the United States, was deemed “extremely competitive” by...
Daffodils, Pollen And Heartworms?

Daffodils, Pollen And Heartworms?

The unseasonably warm weather makes me think of spring flowers, outdoor picnics and, yes, heartworms. “Why?” you ask. Because heartworms are carried by mosquitos, who prefer warmer temperatures. As soon as the weather warms up and mosquitos come out, your pets’ risk...

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