How to keep your cat in PURRRfect health, and reduce the vet-visit-stress You know the saying “every cat has nine lives.” Still, kitties are experts at hiding illness and annual wellness checks are essential for detecting any possible health conditions before they become more dangerous – and more expensive problems. We recommend routine bloodwork, urine, … Read moreNew Years Resolutions For You and Your Cat!
The separation anxiety struggle will be real for your pet when you go back to work or school Heading back to the office? Kids going back to in-person school? NOW is the time to start thinking about how your pet might react to that sudden and significant change in lifestyle! Most canines—and even many felines—thrive … Read moreDon’t Leave Me!
Parasites can make you and your pet miserable Parasites can have a huge impact on the health and well-being of our pets. It only takes one bite from a mosquito to infect your pet with heartworms, which can damage internal organs and cause heart failure. Sadly, many animals don’t show symptoms until the disease is … Read moreHow to Protect Your Pet
September is National Pet Insurance Month, and in honor of this occasion, we wanted to put the spotlight on what is, for many pet parents, a smart and practical approach to tackling vet bills. At Clinton Veterinary Hospital, we believe in the power of pet insurance. We’ve seen it help families take better care of … Read morePlan Ahead for a Healthy Pet!
Things Are Different, But Still The Same First, I would like to thank all our wonderful clients who have supported us and visited during this unprecedented time. We appreciate your patience, understanding and kindness as we navigate the “new normal.” Although our office visits may be a little different, rest assured that we are committed … Read moreCOVID-19 Notice From Clinton Vet
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 to damage to the normal … Read moreHeart Disease in Cats
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 to get a thorough health … Read moreGot a new shelter-in-place buddy?
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 patients when they need care, … Read moreThank you for your continued support.
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 be a source of infection … Read moreFrequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 and Pets
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 Puzzle: Since most of us … Read moreBattling Pet Boredom During COVID-19 Quarantine