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Did you know cats, on average, have 24 whiskers, 12 on each side?
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Since Saturday is World Veterinary Day, we’d like to take a few moments to acknowledge all of the veterinarians of animals, large and small, all around the world. Thank you for all you do!
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Regular vet check-ups, at-home dental care, preventative medicines for heartworm and fleas, vaccines…all of these are important parts of preventive health care for your pet, and all are necessary to helping your pet life a long life. Ask us if you have questions about your pet’s health. 
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A happy, healthy mouth leads to a happy, healthy pet. February is Pet Dental Health Month, and we want to keep your pet’s pearly whites healthy. Call us to discuss your pet’s oral health today.

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Celebrating at home this New Year’s Eve? Make sure you give your cat a place to relax, outside of the action. He/she may be frightened by whistles or fireworks at midnight. Have a safe and happy New Year!
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Is your pet dressing up for Halloween this year? Make sure they are safe and comfortable in their costume. If your pet doesn’t like full clothing, don’t force them!
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Do you know what's in your pet's food? Read our latest blog post to learn about by-products and corn, some of the key ingredients in pet food, and how they affect your pet's health.

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Is your pet microchipped? Make sure their microchip is up-to-date so that in the event of a separation the two of you can be reunited! Visit our BLOG for more details about the importance of microchipping your pet.

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Do you have room in your heart and home for a little guy who has had a rough start? A Good Samaritan brought this kitten in after he was hit by a car on Federal Road. Sadly, his sibling didn't survive, but "Crash," as the staff calls him, is doing well. He has received his first round of shots, been dewormed, put on heart worm preventive, and tested for feline leukemia. He will need additional vaccines and neutering is a must. He is about 8 or 9 weeks old. He needs to be socialized so he can learn how to play, love, and be loved, and a hospital cage isn't the best place for him to do that. If you think you can offer Crash a forever home filled with love and attention, please give the hospital a call at 203-775-3679.
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