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  • Nov 04 2020

    Diabetes in Pets: Manageable With Proper Monitoring and Treatment

    A disease of the pancreas, diabetes mellitus occurs when this small but vital organ near the stomach stops producing insulin, doesn’t produce it well, or doesn’t produce enough of it…

  • Sep 28 2020

    Bladder Stones in Pets: Painful But Treatable

    Both dogs and cats can suffer from bladder stones, which are hard, rock-like formations of minerals that develop in the urinary bladder. Also called uroliths or cystic calculi, bladder stones…

  • Jul 20 2020

    Is Your Pet Protected Against Heartworm Disease?

    Is Your Pet Protected Against Heartworm Disease? Heartworms, which are transmitted by mosquitoes, pose a risk to dogs, cats, and ferrets in and around Fredericksburg year-round. Here’s what you need…

  • Apr 30 2020

    Heart Disease in Pets: Early Detection Is Crucial

    Like us, pets can be affected by heart (cardiovascular) disease. Although we can’t prevent or cure most types of heart disease in pets, we can help improve heart function and…

  • Mar 13 2020

    Tick-borne Diseases: What You Should Know to Protect Your Pet

    Ticks pose a risk to pets and people in Fredericksburg and throughout Virginia. The mild winter we’ve had means the 2020 tick season in our area will likely be just…

  • Jan 31 2020

    Arthritis in Dogs and Cats

    Arthritis in Dogs and Cats: Painful and More Common Than You Might Think Osteoarthritis (OA) is a painful, progressive disease that causes joint inflammation, reduces mobility and flexibility, and lowers…

  • Jan 31 2020

    Linear Foreign Objects and Your Pet

    Keep Pets Away From Ribbon, Tinsel, and Other String-Like Objects The holiday season is in full swing, so while you’re wrapping presents and putting up festive decorations, we wanted to…

  • Oct 04 2019

    Traveling with your pet and Health Certificates

    Are you travelling with your pet this summer?  Do you need a health certificate from a United States Department of Agriculture – Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA-APHIS) Nationally…