Knowledge is Power: Spotting Signs of Possible Cancer

Knowledge is Power: Spotting Signs of Possible Cancer

We all cringe at the thought of our precious fur babies being sick, but being educated is key to keeping our pets as healthy as possible. Believe it or not, our pets are susceptible to the same types of cancers as humans, but they can metastasize at a much faster...
Three New DVMs Join the CARE Team

Three New DVMs Join the CARE Team

We’re excited to announce that our team has expanded to meet the needs of your pets! In the past month, we have welcomed three new veterinarians, Drs. Debra C. James, Kelly Lang and Elizabeth Thompson. Dr. James and Dr. Lang are both members of the Emergency Services...
Around The House: Toxins That Endanger Pets

Around The House: Toxins That Endanger Pets

Pets will be pets and get into things they shouldn’t from time to time. It’s just in their nature. If and when your pet ingests a potential toxin, what should you do? The truth is, there’s no standard protocol; it depends on what was ingested and how long it’s been in...
SOLAR ECLIPSE: The Effects It May Have On Our Pets’ Vision

SOLAR ECLIPSE: The Effects It May Have On Our Pets’ Vision

On the rare occasions when a solar eclipse occurs, we are all taught: “Don’t stare directly at the sun!” The simple reason for this is that the exposure of our eyes to the sun for a prolonged period of time can cause harmful and irreversible damage...
The Truth About Vision: What Your Pets Can Actually See

The Truth About Vision: What Your Pets Can Actually See

August is National Eye Exam Month, so I wanted to take the opportunity to address some of the questions I’m commonly asked as a veterinary ophthalmologist. “Do dogs see in color?” “Why can my dog / cat see so well at night?” “Can dogs watch TV?” “Do dogs see in...

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