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Winter Park Veterinary Hospital
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Feline Fun-Day Means Happy Monday: Enrichment and exercise is important for cats as well as dogs.

Share your favorite feline enrichment tools and pictures with us to give people new ideas?

Have Feline-tastic Week!
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Lulu's Birthday: The dogs at Winter Park PlayCamp had a great birthday celebration last week. Lulu, one of our monthly members, had her 3rd birthday and mom made a cute, healthy, birthday cake for Lulu and all her fellow campers.

Sarah and Morgan and fantastic counsellors had a great time celebrating with the dogs. Happy Birthday Lulu!

We love you.

What is the coolest thing you have ever done for your pet's birthday?

Pictures are encouraged.
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Bunny-Wonderland: Rabbits are very smart creatures that become bonded with their owners very intensely. They also need exceptional care, husbandry, exercise and multiple avenues for enrichment and stimulation.

This is a great example of a bunny hutch from a member of the Orlando Rabbit Care Association. Thanks for inviting Dr Braun of Winter Park Vet to attend a recent meeting. Winter Park Vet has been a member of ORCA for many years.

To all WPVH bunny owners - share with us your best bunny care tips.

Check out their website at www.orlandorabbit.org for some great info on bunny husbandry.
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AVA TIME: Talk about a total cuddle bug. Ava was adopted by a very good hearted family a few weeks back. Dr Braun took a few seconds to give Ava a little love before Dr Janosco started her heartworm treatment.

Yes that's right, Heartworms definitely do exist in Florida. Make sure your pet is getting their monthly protection.

How are heart worms transmitted?
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PUPPY LOVE: OH YEAH!

Come join us as the Acre in College Park on Feb 22 from 12 - 4 for a great party for dogs of all ages. Dr Bellville and our doggie daycare crew will be out enjoying the day and answering all your dog (and cat) related questions. http://ow.ly/J8XCo

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Rescued Puppy in the Wild: The field of animal enrichment at zoos across the country is constantly looking for ways to better care for its beautiful and majestic residents. Many zoos have used rescued dogs to radically change the way many of their big cats develop.

Have you ever had a puppy and a kitten at the same time? If so, you have probably noticed they often become best friends.

Zoos are using this to literally create engaged playmates for cats that otherwise would face long periods of time in solitude. They have found great success in zoos across the country including Busch Gardens in Tampa.

Unbelievable win-win. A dog gets rescued and a baby cheetah gets a playmate until they develop species specific needs.

Share with us your favorite dog/cat love story!

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Super Squirrel: We have been raising this family of baby flying squirrels for the last 3-4 weeks. They are almost ready for release back into the wild. Special thanks to Katie, one of our fantastic technicians, who has been taking care of these little cuties.

Have a great start to the week! This little cutie sure will
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Kitten Caption Time: One of our clients rescued this beautiful little grey tabby and brought her in for her first kitten exam. Thanks to mom for giving this cutie a good home.

Lets get creative and give this photo a fun, nice and wholesome caption.

Caption with the most likes gets a great WPVH water bottle!
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Do Tortoises Speak Russian? : We think Sammy here might. He is Russian Tortoise, with an awesome personality, that was recently adopted by one of our clients. He had some nutrition issues but now his new owner is taking great care of him. 

Reptile husbandry is very important and requires a detailed knowledge of species specific needs. If you have an exotic pet, make sure you are aware of all their dietary and environmental needs. 

Those two variables alone, if handled correctly, can prevent the majority of exotic patient sickness we see at WPVH.
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