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Check out Dr. Kummer's 2018 parasite control recommendations! Keep your cats and dogs parasite-free! http://ow.ly/2YFL30j3ZrA
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Hey #Bellingham pet parents...looking for #FearFree veterinary care? Look no further, FVH staff are all certified! http://ow.ly/4rC930fanVU
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FVH will be closed in celebration of Independence Day, Monday July 4th. The hospital will reopen Tuesday, July 5th at 8a.m. All patient emergencies should be directed to the Animal Emergency Clinic 360-758-2200

Remember to keep your dogs and cats safe during this long weekend. The picnic celebrations and fireworks are great fun for us; however, they can be especially stressful for our companion animals. Provide a safe, secure and quiet area for your pet during the festivities since this holiday weekend results in more lost pets than any other time of the year!
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Check our Dr. Johnson's latest blog post and learn about some fascinating new feline research investigating "Pandora Syndrome". http://ow.ly/lg5A300LwIK
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We thought it appropriate to write a timely blog post....;-)
http://ow.ly/4mV5n0
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Missed our January newsletter in your email inbox? Check out all the latest news on our remodel, new Veterinarian and online store via our website link. http://ow.ly/Y5PV1
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Dr. Mark Kummer has provided information in his recent blog post on the current canine influenza outbreak in WA state. Please review Dr. Kummer's post and if you have any additional questions please feel free to contact the Licensed Veterinary Technician staff at LVT@fairhavenvet.com. http://ow.ly/Xl3Wa
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And now for all the amazing news that has staff giddy with excitement!!

FVH will be completing a full remodel of the hospital, front door to back, over the next 4-5 months. While paying homage to the 1980's has been enjoyable, all good things must come to an end and, yes, even parachute pant Fridays will have to be retired for staff :-). With this new remodel will come more efficient use of space, the addition of a consultation room for new complimentary medical services we anticipate adding in 2016, and a complete overhaul of our surgical suite. We are working closely with our contractor to complete this remodel while staying fully operational. Please bear with us during this remodel since there are certain to be a few bumps and hiccups. On the other end you, our valued client, will have a beautiful new facility to enjoy with us.

In other huge news FVH is extremely excited to announce the addition of a new full time Associate Veterinarian, Dr. Tamara Godbey. Dr. Godbey will join the already amazing team of Drs. Kummer, Zawoysky, Johnson and Hall, allowing for us to provide more appointments to accomodate our patients' emergent needs as quickly as possible. Dr. Godbey received her undergraduate education at Pennsylvania State University and her veterinary training at the Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada. She has worked in small animal medicine just north of the border in Richmond, BC and most recently was the Clinical Veterinarian at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, an educational institution regarded as one of the best in the world. She has advanced skills and interest in pain managment and anesthesia. Dr. Godbey is also trained in acupunture services and she will look to add this service for FVH patients after our remodel is complete. She will begin taking appointments starting the first week of December so be sure to give her a big welcome at your next visit to the hospital!

Drs. Jessica Williams and Claire McPhee will continue to provide relief services for us during vacations or extended absences. Their service to us has been much appreciated!
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Doby and Dani, our veterinary assistants, are providing their next installment of recommendations on making the veterinary visit a less stressful experience for your dog. Check out ways to make your next visit a fun one for your furry friend!
A big thanks to these two fine employees for putting together this great information:-)
http://ow.ly/T6fmJ
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