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Observations from Angela Lennox, DVM
The American Veterinary Medical Association has published some very interesting pet statistics: follow this link to find out how much money Americans spend on their PETS for Halloween! Don’t forget that the advice about keeping dogs and cats away from … Continue reading
**WARNING** There are some surgical photos in this post! Chewy is a 6 year old neutered male rabbit whose owners brought him in because he just wasn’t acting normally. He seemed to be eating less and losing some weight. On … Continue reading
This week we say goodbye to Dr. Filomena Mazzone from Italy who spend a few weeks with us getting to know the clinic, our clients, and clinic mascot Abba. We asked her to give us a report on her experiences and this … Continue reading
This is Little B, a young chicken who took a bad step and broke her leg running around the yard. This radiograph shows two interesting things. Little B has a broken femur, which is circled in red. It also appears … Continue reading
Did you know rabbits get dental disease? It’s very unique and different from the kinds of dental disease that other animals, such as dogs and cats, can get. Unlike dogs/cats (and us), the teeth of rabbits continue to grow throughout the life … Continue reading