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Capital District Veterinary Referral Hospital
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Dropping your pet off for surgery can be stressful and nerve-racking, but we want you to know that they receive the best care possible and lots of love while they’re with us. Here's a sneak peek into our extensive, innovative, and thorough veterinary surgery process: http://ow.ly/vDSb30lU7y2
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September-December is hunting season, where pockets of forest in between neighborhoods and highways are shared by both hikers and hunters. To keep you and your dog safe and out of the way, here are our tips for fall trail hiking:
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Happy Friday! Apple picking season is here, and this month's Ethos Pet Kitchen recipe will help you use up that bag of apples from the orchard! Get your dog in the fall spirit with these Wholesome Apple Bites 🍂🍎 http://ow.ly/Eqm130lOji2
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#ThoughtfulThursday

Summer is almost officially over. Sigh. As we transition into fall, don't forget to monitor your dog for allergies, keep using flea & tick preventative, and don't let them too close to the closed/covered pool. And if you need us, we're here! #summerblues #summertimesadness
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Are dogs really colorblind? Do they feel guilt? Is there such thing as hypoallergenic dog breeds? Here are 9 popular pet myths we debunked. http://ow.ly/lMCL30lLW8u

Did any of these surprise you? 🐶🐱
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If your pet has a lung condition, such as bronchitis or asthma, that makes breathing uneasy, your veterinarian may prescribe an inhaled steroid. Delivering medication into your pet’s lungs with an inhaler is generally the preferred method for both veterinarians and pet parents. This delivery method has fewer side effects and it is easier to administer at home. Watch our quick tutorial on how to give an inhaler treatment to your pet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7Vcm-3E2rA&t=7s
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Your dog suddenly doesn't want his dinner and seems lethargic. Or perhaps he ate something that you think may be toxic, but you're not sure. What's the first thing you would do?

If you answered "Google it" you're not alone. For many pet owners, the internet has become a go-to for searching their pet's symptoms to find out what's going on and what they should do about it. Here's the experiences with and thoughts about Dr. Google from two of our doctors at Boston West. http://ow.ly/61B930lIoyt
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Though Fall is near, days like today remind us that summer isn't over yet and pets are still at risk if left in the car. Here's what you should know, and what you should do, if you see a dog in a hot car: http://ow.ly/8uQx30lI8Ut
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School is back in session! Did you know dogs can become depressed during the back-to-school transition? Here are 5 tips to help your dog get used to your new schedule:
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Today is #NationalWildlifeDay! Many of us encounter wild animals at some point during the warmer weather and may feel inclined to help, feed, or interact with them. Read our thoughts on what to do if you find a baby bird or bunny and the truth about feeding ducks and geese: http://ow.ly/cJk830lCDul
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