Help: My other pets are grieving over the death of another pet

Help: My other pets are grieving over the death of another pet

Many households today are multiple pet households.  That can be 2-3 canines or a combination of felines and canines.  Thanks to media, most people think their pets are unusual in that dogs and cats can be good friends living in the same household.  So you may think your pets are odd when they grief the […]

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Flag Day

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pet age equivalents to humans

Cat years         Human years 7                         54 10                       63 15                       78 20             […]

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First Aid tip & emergencies with your pet

Many people believe their veterinarian should handle all their pets needs at all hours of the day or night.  At VIP Animal Care we make every effort to take care of your pets illness and well visits. But…we may at times need to refer you to a specialist or emergency medicine for those times we […]

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That’s what I love about Sundays!

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Saturdays are made to relax!

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Senior Pet Health

Many times when our furry friends begin aging, we start noticing changes in their behavior or activity level. And while it’s easy to blame some of those changes on old age, it’s possible that your pet is experiencing some early signs of arthritis. Have you noticed that she’s slowing down on walks or taking the […]

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Holiday Closings 2017

We like to help you be aware of our holiday closings well ahead of time.  Below is the days we will be closed, but be advised there are other days we are open just for medication refills and pickups. Dr. Flanders is usually out of the office some in July and August for county fairs […]

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Genetic Testing for your K9: Wisdom Panel

Do you ever wonder if your pet is really the breed you have been told he is?  Having a toy Australian Shepherd and people asking if she is a long haired Chihuahua, makes me question for sure her lineage.  Below is information from a website called wisdom panel that offers an economical way to see […]

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Cognitive Dysfunction in Dogs and Cats

Has your senior dog or cat started giving you the cold shoulder, spurning your affections? Or, just the opposite, does he suddenly seem to be attached to you at the hip? Oddly, both of these extremes can be signs of cognitive dysfunction, a form of dementia seen in dogs and cats. We have ways to […]

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