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Heart Disease in Cats

Heart Disease in Cats

Heart disease is a serious condition seen in both dogs and cats, but the type of disease seen in each animal is different. Heart disease is very common in cats, but they often do not exhibit the same symptoms that we see in dogs. Heart disease develops in cats due…

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Got a new shelter-in-place buddy?

Got a new shelter-in-place buddy?

Even in today’s social distancing environment, it’s essential that new puppies and kittens receive vaccinations to immunize them against the most common infectious diseases. Vaccinations may prevent the need for future procedures that would require our staff to use personal protective gear. It’s important for adopted or other new pets…

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Thank you for your continued support.

Thank you for your continued support.

In this time of uncertainty, the Clinton Veterinary Hospital team would like to thank you for continuing to entrust us with your pet's care. We have procedures in place that make it possible for us to maintain the safety of our staff and clients while continuing to see our favorite…

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Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 and Pets

Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 and Pets

1. Can my pet get COVID-19? There is no clear answer as to whether COVID-19 can infect pets at this time. That said, infectious disease experts say there is also no current evidence that pets can get sick from this virus or to suggest that pet dogs or cats can…

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Battling Pet Boredom During COVID-19 Quarantine

Battling Pet Boredom During COVID-19 Quarantine

We are all dealing with major transitions, disruptions and daily changes to our normal routines. Battling boredom is a challenge for not only people, but pets as well. During this time, here are some suggestions to keep your pets enriched and interactive while being in quarantine.   DOG ACTIVITIES Box…

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A guide to making medical decisions for your pet

A guide to making medical decisions for your pet

One of the most common questions I am asked as a veterinarian is, “What would you do?” The decisions I make for my own pets may be very different from those made by others. Below is a guide to help with decision making. This piece offers several points to consider…

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Doctor’s Corner: The Importance of Wellness Bloodwork for your pet

Doctor’s Corner: The Importance of Wellness Bloodwork for your pet

Although it might be tempting to skip veterinary visits with your aging pet if they appear healthy, appearances can be deceiving! Wellness bloodwork, when performed as part of your pet’s routine exam, can help us diagnose and treat disease early, often times before symptoms are even present. Curious about how…

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One-Stop Shopping with PetDesk, Our Convenient Pet Care App!

One-Stop Shopping with PetDesk, Our Convenient Pet Care App!

Vaccinations, medications, exams—there’s a lot to keep track of when you have a pet! To make it easier for you, Clinton Veterinary Hospital is thrilled to offer the PetDesk app, an appointment and reminder system that allows you to manage all your pet’s care right from your phone. With PetDesk,…

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We Are The (Pet) Resolution Solution!

We Are The (Pet) Resolution Solution!

The new year is an opportunity for a fresh start—not only for people, but for pets, too! Clinton Veterinary Hospital is here to help you with all your pet-centric resolutions, such as: Better dental care. If your pet is over three, chances are he or she already has some signs of…

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Halloween’s No Treat for Pets!

Halloween’s No Treat for Pets!

Halloween is a fun, spooky and often tasty time for us—but many treats associated with Halloween can put your pet’s health at risk. Here’s seasonal food (and drink) that you should definitely keep out of paw’s reach: Chocolate can cause upset stomachs, heart arrhythmias, panting, abnormal heart rhythms, kidney failure, seizures, and…

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